Word Building: (make them using letter cards and then write each one)
Your child must practise writing the word as well as using the letter cards as the physical action of writing helps cement the learning in the brain by involving another sense.
For this lesson you should have a selection of sounds out in front of your child, you say the word slowly and ask your child to select the correct letters to make the word. They should then ‘say the sounds and read the word’ to check it is correct.
Make the words: - strut, sulks, sprig, yanks, frost, blank.
(Make sure you explain the meaning of each word)
Sound swap: - begin with the letter cards, you make the word clump.
Your child can then choose to swap one letter to make a new word. How long can they make the list?