Watch the videos about the ay sound.
Have a treasure hunt in your house and reading books, how many words with the ay pattern can you find?
Can you remember what homophones are? We looked at them a few weeks ago. Watch this PowerPoint to remind you. Can you think of any more?
Watch video to see if there are any you missed.
Homophones, which are words that sound the same but have a different meaning.
Do you remember watching The Enormous Turnip video on Monday for Story Time?
Here it is again:
Watch and read the story of The Enormous Turnip on the powerpoint. Who would you ask to help you pull the turnip out of the ground?
Can you retell the story to your family? Play pretend and ask your family to be the other characters, or you could use these stick puppet templates to retell the story. You could even make your own.
Read the story together, support your child as necessary.
Ask the children to talk about their answers. Encourage your child to answer some questions with one or two words. They can use the word bank, story and alphabet line to help them.
Elmgrove PS's Primary 3 Handwriting Lesson Step 1 for the ol join. Week beginning 8.6.20.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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