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Children can change their books every day so they can practise their reading every night.

Children also need to use their spelling cards to practise reading and writing the tricky words so they can gain bronze, silver and gold stickers.

They also need to practice their number bonds so they can recall them quickly.

If they read their book every school night for 10 minutes and have 5 minutes practising their tricky words or number bonds that would be 1 hour and 20 minutes of homework every week.

What book have you read today? What was your favourite part? Why? 

Have you visited the library this week?

Many studies show that children who read for pleasure do well at school and are successful in later life.

Ask your child about their book. Sit down together and make reading a special time.

 

Watch and listen to Michael Rosen’s poem, “Chocolate Cake”. 😋

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Can you practise reading these tricky words (bronze), saying them in a sentence (silver) and spelling them (gold)?

Phase 2 Phase 3 Phase 4 Phase 5
the he said oh
to she have their
I we like people
no me so Mr
go be do Mrs
into was some looked
  you come called
  they were asked
  all there could
  are little  
  my one  
  her when  
    out  
    what  

 

Year 1 common exception words

his

says you said
love by your pull
friend school here of
house our push is
  put today ask
    once full

 

Bonds to 5 rhyme

I Know My Number Bonds 5 | Number Bonds to 5 | Addition Song for Kids | Jack Hartmann

Learn the number bonds for 5. Number bonds are simply the pairs of numbers that make up a given number.

Bonds to 10 rhyme

Bonds to 20 rhyme

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