Now that you've watched Mr Thorne and Geraldine find things around their house with the o_e sound, can you draw the things you have found in your house? Use your exercise book to draw each item and sound the word out, writing it next to your picture.
Use the alphabet line (in Teaching Notes section) to help you use your phonics.
The Three Pigs Independent Writing - An Alternative Ending
Watch this alternative version of the Three Pigs story by Roald Dahl:
Roald DAHL - Revolting Rhymes - Three Little Pigs
How would you like to change the story to make it your own?
Start telling your story with the phrase:
Once upon a time there were three little pigs…
Using the finger puppets or members of your family, can you tell your version of the story?
Remember that fairy tales always end with: and they lived happily ever after.
You could make a video of your story and send it to us!
Three Pigs Comprehension - Blue Group
Read the story together, encouraging growing independence in the children.
Ask the children to complete the comprehension in their exercise books, remembering capital letters and full stops.
Handwriting - Step 2
Now that you have completed Step 1, have a go at Step 2.
Video 2 - copy and complete in exercise book.
Complete 3 lines of the oy join.
Have a look at the Tips and Tricks video in 'Teaching Notes' and 'Step 1' to see how to create your own handwriting lines at home.
Elmgrove PS Belfast's Primary 3 handwriting lesson for 15.5.20. Mrs Kelly shows the children how to form oy using joined up writing.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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