Watch Miss Hordon’s video on Class Dojo Story and explore ‘ow’ sounds. Using the attached PowerPoint, can you read as many different words containing 'ow' as possible?
Next, can you find objects in your house that include the ‘ow’ sound?
Make a list of the 'ow' objects you can find and send them to your teachers on Class Dojo.
You can also watch Geraldine the Giraffe (ow) on YouTube for further help and support with ow objects:
Using Phonics Play - Grab A Giggling Grapheme, can you practise all the digraphs we have taught so far - sh, ch, th, ng, ee, oo, oa, oi, ow.
Then maybe your grown up could hide the digraph flashcards around your house for you to find! Ask your grown up to shout a digraph and to see how quick you can find it!
Revise our new digraph that Miss Hordon showed us yesterday - ow.
Can you write a sentence including the ‘ow’ sound?
The cow is big.
The queen has a crown.
We like to go to the shops in town.
Can you think of your own sentence too?
Recap Phase 2 and Phase 3 tricky words on Phonics Play - https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/member-only/TrickyWordTrucks.html
Afterwards, using phonics play, can you play Space Race (Phase 3): https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/member-only/SpaceRacePhase3.html
Children have to listen to the word and write it down, if they spell all of the words correctly they help Obb and Bob meet again on their planet!
To play this game children will need either a piece of paper and pencil, a whiteboard and whiteboard pen or any mark making material you fancy! The game Full Circle focuses on segmentation and sound identification. Below is a list of the words we will need for the game:
cow, bow, bee, beep, jeep, deep, chain, main, moon, moan, moat, mart, cart, car, cow