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Orchard Primary & Pre-School

"Small enough to care, Big enough to inspire"

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WEEK 1: Jam tarts

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WEEK 2: Jim's house in 1874

  • Identify the title
  • Practice reading the speed sounds on pages 4 & 5 
  • Go to the back and practice reading the speedy green words
  • Read the story green words on page 6
  • Check any unknown vocabulary on page 7
  • Read the red words on page 8
  • Read pages 9-16 
  • Have a go at answering the questions on page 17
  • Have a go at answering the questions on page 18 (write the answers in your exercise book)
  • Hold a sentence 1: Without looking, independently write the sentence 'I will tell you about my house.' Say the sentence to yourself lots of times to help you remember - you can even say it in silly voices like a witch, mouse, robot etc. (Don't forget capital letters, finger spaces and full stops, try to join your handwriting and use your Fred fingers to help you sound out). 
  • Hold a sentence 2: 'Our maid washes our shirts and dresses.' (follow same as previous instruction)
  • Re-read the book a few times to help you build pace and fluency

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WEEK 3: Horses

Focus on the same book throughout the whole week. Each day at the beginning of the Phonics sessions, the children need to repeat the following instructions. Continually practicing the sounds, green/red words and reading the book will help them build fluency and pace:

 

  • Practice the Set 2 and Set 3 sounds using the link at the top of the page 
  • Practice reading the 'Speed Sounds' that are circled/highlighted (these are sounds used in the book)
  • Practice reading all the 'Speedy Green Words'
  • Practice reading all the 'Story Green Words' 
  • Go through any new vocabulary if there is a 'Vocabulary Check' page
  • Practice reading all the 'Red Words' 
  • Read the story

 

When you've done these steps, work your way through the remaining instructions - these need to be completed just once - pick up where you left off the previous day until you've done them all:

 

  1. Have a go at verbally answering the questions on page 17 
  2. Have a go at answering the questions on page 18 (write the answers in your exercise book)
  3. Hold a sentence 1: Without looking, independently write the sentence 'An adult horse needs water to drink.' Say the sentence to yourself lots of times to help you remember - you can even say it in silly voices like a witch, mouse, robot etc. (Don't forget capital letters, finger spaces and full stops, try to join your handwriting and use your Fred fingers to help you sound out). 
  4. Tick or Fix - check your work with a different colour (if you have one of the school's packs the children  normally use their 'Purple Polishing Pen')
  5. Hold a sentence 2: 'There are lots of breeds of horse.' (follow same as previous instruction)
  6. Tick or Fix your work (same as step 4)
  7. Proofread this sentence (spot the mistakes - 1 capital letter missing / 2 spelling mistakes / 1 full stop), then re-write it correctly: if you hav a horse you must brus it

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WEEK 4: Up in the air

Focus on the same book throughout the whole week. Each day at the beginning of the Phonics sessions, the children need to repeat the following instructions. Continually practicing the sounds, green/red words and reading the book will help them build fluency and pace:

 

  • Practice the Set 2 and Set 3 sounds using the link at the top of the page 
  • Practice reading the 'Speed Sounds' that are circled/highlighted (these are sounds used in the book)
  • Practice reading all the 'Speedy Green Words'
  • Practice reading all the 'Story Green Words' 
  • Go through any new vocabulary if there is a 'Vocabulary Check' page
  • Practice reading all the 'Red Words' 
  • Read the story

 

When you've done these steps, work your way through the remaining instructions - these need to be completed just once - pick up where you left off the previous day until you've done them all:

 

  1. Have a go at answering the questions on page 17
  2. Have a go at answering the questions on page 18 (write the answers in your exercise book)
  3. Hold a sentence 1: Without looking, independently write the sentence 'The balloon goes up high above the trees.' Say the sentence to yourself lots of times to help you remember - you can even say it in silly voices like a witch, mouse, robot etc. (Don't forget capital letters, finger spaces and full stops, try to join your handwriting and use your Fred fingers to help you sound out). 
  4. Tick or Fix - check your work with a different colour (if you have one of the school's packs the children  normally use their 'Purple Polishing Pen')
  5. Hold a sentence 2: 'To go higher you send up more hot air.' (follow same as previous instruction) 
  6. Tick or Fix your work (same as step 4)
  7. Proofread this sentence (spot the mistakes - 1 capital letter missing / 1 spelling mistake / 1 full stop), then re-write it correctly: this is a hot ar balloon You sit in a basket.

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WEEK 5: Good old Grandad!

Focus on the same book throughout the whole week. Each day at the beginning of the Phonics sessions, the children need to repeat the following instructions. Continually practicing the sounds, green/red words and reading the book will help them build fluency and pace:

 

  • Practice the Set 2 and Set 3 sounds using the link at the top of the page 
  • Practice reading all the 'Story Green Words'
  • Practice reading all the 'Red Words' 
  • Read the story

 

When you've done these steps, work your way through the remaining instructions - these need to be completed just once - pick up where you left off the previous day until you've done them all:

 

  1. Have a go at answering the questions at the front of the book
  2. Have a go at re-telling the story (verbally) in your own words
  3. Hold a sentence 1: Without looking, independently write the sentence 'Good old Grandad.' Say the sentence to yourself lots of times to help you remember - you can even say it in silly voices like a witch, mouse, robot etc. (Don't forget where capital letters, finger spaces and full stops go, try to join your handwriting and use your Fred fingers to help you sound out). 
  4. Tick or Fix - check your work with a different colour (if you have one of the school's packs the children  normally use their 'Purple Polishing Pen')
  5. Hold a sentence 2: 'Dad I'm stuck with my book.' (follow same as previous instruction) 
  6. Tick or Fix your work (same as step 4)
  7. Proofread this sentence (spot the mistakes - 1 capital letter missing / 2 spelling mistakes / 1 full stop), then re-write it correctly: Grandad wil help. he's gud with books

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WEEK 6: A pet tortoise

Focus on the same book throughout the whole week. Each day at the beginning of the Phonics sessions, the children need to repeat the following instructions. Continually practicing the sounds, green/red words and reading the book will help them build fluency and pace:

 

  • Practice the Set 2 and Set 3 sounds using the link at the top of the page 
  • Practice reading all the 'Story Green Words'
  • Practice reading all the 'Red Words' 
  • Read the story

 

When you've done these steps, work your way through the remaining instructions - these need to be completed just once - pick up where you left off the previous day until you've done them all:

 

  1. Have a go at answering the questions at the back of the book
  2. Have a go at re-telling the story (verbally) in your own words
  3. Hold a sentence 1: Without looking, independently write the sentence 'I can show you what my pet needs.' Say the sentence to yourself lots of times to help you remember - you can even say it in silly voices like a witch, mouse, robot etc. (Don't forget where capital letters, finger spaces and full stops go, try to join your handwriting and use your Fred fingers to help you sound out). 
  4. Tick or Fix - check your work with a different colour (if you have one of the school's packs the children  normally use their 'Purple Polishing Pen')
  5. Hold a sentence 2: 'Your tortoise will enjoy a bath.' (follow same as previous instruction) 
  6. Tick or Fix your work (same as step 4)
  7. Proofread this sentence (spot the mistakes - 1 capital letter missing / 3 spelling mistakes), then re-write it correctly: you tortoise needs to sleep wen it gets cowld.
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