Letters and Sounds
Below is a sheet of letters which relate to the letter sounds your child has been learning at school. Carefully cut them up and play
Letter hunt together.
Here are some ideas –
Hide the letters around the room and encourage your child to go on a letter hunt.
Other activities to include
Make words from the letters.
Put them in alphabetical order.Create different games and activities yourself. Have fun!
Practise either the phase 2 or phase 3 phonemes everyday, depending on your child's ability. If your child doesn't easily recognise a particular sound, please help them to learn it until they become familiar. Daily practise will help with this! Children have also learnt actions to go with these sounds so please encourage your child to use them and to teach you too! You can play phonics games online at
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Monday 30th March
Handwriting practise the formation of the letters below in the writing books provided by school.
It is time to practise your handwriting.
It’s Funky Fingers Time
First let’s warm our fingers up –
Wiggle your fingers high in the air.
Wiggle them infront of you
Down to the ground.
Above your head.
Now we are ready to look at the letters
Take off, reverse around the apple, up down flick.
Take off, reverse around the caterpillar
Take off, reverse around the dinosaur, up to the sky, down, flick
Take off, reverse around the orange and flick at the top.
Take off, loop around the egg, come in to land and stop.
Take off and swish through the sky.
First practise writing it with your magic pencil finger. Write in the air, write it on the floor. Remember to say the words to remind you to take off.
Now in your Purple Book have a go at writing a few of the letter. Don't forget to start on the line.
‘Letters and Sounds’
Why do we need to learn ‘Letters and Sounds’?
TO READ AND TO WRITE
First let’s go over the letters that we have learnt so far in your little blue book.
Remember to say the sound correctly. If you can’t remember the sound and action have a quick look in your little blue book.
Remember two letters that make one sound is called a ‘Diagraph’ and three letters that make one sound is called a ‘trigraph.’
Here is a little video if you are not sure how to say the sounds –
Here is the new sound –
Now be a robot and chop up the sounds in each word.
Click on the sound button and chop up the words I say.
Now read the words and play a game -
Well done now can you read or write the sentence –
Well done everyone you have completed the Letters and Sounds Lesson.