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Term: Fall | Issue 2 | Date: September 23, 2019

COM ING UP... PHONICS ACTIVITIES FOR HOM E


- I Spy t he Sound- This is a twist on the classic game of "I Spy." Ask your child
This week we are learning about
to spy words that start with a specific sound, rather than a letter. For
Phonics, which is the study of instance, "I spy with my little eye, something beginning with rrr." The child
the links between the letters and the would point out words that they see, like "rain," "rug." and "rat."
sounds they make. - Let t er Sounds Race- Put magnetic letters a good distance away from the
magnetic surface you will be using, such as the fridge or a magnetic board.
We are specifically focusing on how
Have your child stand near the magnetic surface . Call out a letter sound and
to decode words with the
have your child run to the letters, select the right letter, and put it on the
vowel-consonant -e pattern (VCe),
magnetic surface. You can also call out the letter and have the child say the
or the Final e Rule. This is when, in
sound.
most cases, a vowel (a, e, i, o,
and sometimes y and w) is

accompanied by a consonant TECH RESOURCES


( any letter that is not a vowel) and - https://www.ixl.com/ela/phonics

silent e, the vowel sound is - https://www.education.com//phonological-awareness/?&coupon=PERF

long. For example, words like 2019_60v1&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI5vLxuIaT5QIVBL3sCh2T0A_MEAAYAyAAEgL7LP

"cake," "cute," "mine," "like," and D_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds


"mule" follow this rule.
- https://www.teachyourmonstertoread.com/about-the-game/what-does
Here is a video demonstrating the
VCe rule in Phonics: -each-game-cover?gclid=EAIaIQobChMI5vLxuIaT5QIVBL3sCh2T0A_MEAAYBCAAE

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