To begin the day, we are going to start with a reading lesson. We are going to use Oxford Owl which you may remember using last year. What we would like you to do today is read the story 'Oh Otto'. You can read this alone, with an adult or if you find the words tricky, there is an option to listen to it being read aloud by clicking on the audio button which is on the tool bar at the bottom of the screen. On the inside of the front cover there are some suggested activities for you to do as well as a book quiz.
When you click on the link below, it will take you to the login page. You will then need to use the following details:
Now you should click on the Oxford Owl eBook Library and you can search for 'Oh Otto'.
If your child usually attends phonics lessons in school, please watch the video below and complete the activity. The focus for this week is the split diagraph 'i_e'. This works alongside their spellings for this week too.
Alphablocks : Mine - Series 4 - Episode 07
Educational fun. Alphablock I is having a dance party - by herself! Can her friends help her see the light on disco night?This episode introduces the Long I ...
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