UNIT 6 u oo oul Day 1 What we’re learning: We are learning to match some sounds and letters together to help us read harder words. How did we do? I can recognise graphemes quickly and say the phoneme to match. u oo oul What’s Missing? u oo oul wr oi ce ow oo Piggy Bank u oo se oul ph oo rr oul wr ou rr u I know my phonemes! se y oul wr ss oi r p ce oul ph f oo u ff c Day 2 What we’re learning: We are learning to match some sounds and letters together to help us read harder words. How did we do? I can read at least ten new words quickly and automatically. u oo oul pu putt ffoot oo t coul couldd ffull u ll oo oops ps w would ould bu bullll br brook ook should pullll pu ssoot oo t woul ould d bbully u ll y wooll oollen en bu bullll ccould oul d Day 3 What we’re learning: We are learning to read sentences fluently. How did we do? I can read at least 6 sentences quickly and fluently. u oo oul Reading with Expression Model Sentences She took the book to read. Brad is a bully! “Look at all that wood” said Ben. Oops! I broke the plate. Enter the Castle She took that book. He is good at reading. Should you wear that hood? Would you pull that rope? Little Red Riding Hood is hiding. The bull hates the red cape. Day 4 What we’re learning: We are learning to listen for all the phonemes in a word and write a letter or letters for each one. How did we do? I can spell at least 10 new words. u oo oul Spelling • • • • • • Say the word to yourself. “brook” Stretch it out. “b r oo k” Count the phonemes. There are four phonemes in brook. Let’s count them on our fingers. Draw a line for each phoneme on your whiteboard. __ __ __ __ Write a letter(s) to represent each phoneme. r __ oo __ k b __ __ Remember to stretch out the word. Count the phonemes and then represent each phoneme. pull woollen should p u ll w oo ll sh oul d e n u bull oo wool oul could u helpful oo book oul would u bully oo oops oul should oo hood u oo oul put book could bull good would pull nool should full puff bully oops brook Looking Good Grid Spelling put book should woollen wood would bully hood stood could Day 5 What we’re learning: We are learning to spell new words and write sentences. How did we do? I can write 6 sentences with a capital letter and end punctuation. u oo oul Write a Sentence Say the the sentence out loud. “I should look at the bull.” Count the words with your fingers and draw a line under each word. ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ The first word is I. Let’s write it. The second word is should. I will use oul because the word ends with d. The next word is look and its easy to spell. At and the are also easy to spell. For the last word, bull, I will use u because bull ends in ll. Let’s check our sentence. Have we got a capital letter and a full stop? I think we should read it together. Writing Sentences She took that book. Would you pull that rope? You have soot on your foot. Oops! I broke the plate. Brad is a big bully! He looks in the cookbook.