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Have a fabulous half term. We look forward to seeing you all back on Monday 25th February. Don't forget to download the new school app: TheschoolApp, where you can find lots of info and important dates at your fingertips :)

Spellings

Spellings

Spellings will now be given out to the children during their phonics lesson on Mondays.

Please practise them with your child. (You could use the 'look  say cover write check'  method shown at the bottom of this page and play the Word Hunt or Jigsaw games).

 

Spellings brought home 11th February

for testing on Monday 25th February

Mrs Kaur

got    not    pot    dot    dog    Mog

 

Mrs Barber

chip    chop    chat    chap    chin    much    such    he    we    me

 

Mrs Woodford

camp    champ    chimp    tramp    bench    punch    lunch    said    have    like

 

Miss Whitwell

school    Christmas    chemist    nice    mice    price    gem    gent    magic    danger    them    children

 

Mrs Cane

knife    knives    elf    elves    shelf    shelves    half    halves    calf    calves    could    saw

Word hunt!

If there are any words your child is finding difficult to spell or read, you could play this game.

Put the words on post it notes/pieces of paper and hide them around your house.  You could hide them anywhere indoors or outside, under their bed or even in their coat pockets.

When your child finds these words they have to read them or write them down. Time how long it takes your child to find all the words then see if they can beat the time when you repeat the activity.

 

Jigsaw game!

Write word your child is learning on a piece of paper and then cut out each letter. Your child then has to put the pieces back together to make the word. Once your child is more familiar with the words you could write sentences which include the spelling words, cut up these sentences into individual words and children put back together  and read the sentence. This helps your child  to use their spelling words in context.

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