Layla in Year 2 now looks at all the words one at a time as she reads. She recognises the sight words that she has leant and also uses the pictures for help with unknown words. Layla loves reading and we are so proud of her progress.
Layla now looks at all the words one at a time as she reads. She recognises the sight words that she has leant and also uses the pictures for help with unknown words. Layla loves reading and we are so proud of her progress.
Aaron In Year 2 is learning some tricky sight words to help develop his reading fluency. We have made a collection of his favourite Minions on the back of my door, wearing the tricky words on their foreheads! Aaron enjoys practicing reading these words daily.
Layla in Year1 is learning to recognise sight word ‘the’. She has made her own books illustrating them with characters from her favourite picture books. Layla has taken these home to share with her family. She is very proud of her books.
Ashlee in Year 3 helped me to create a sentence using his target sight word ‘they’. We wrote it on post it notes then put the words in the right order. Ashlee then made some play dough slugs to go with his sentence! Here the slugs are taking a look at the words in the sentence to check they are in the right order.
Layla in year 1 has made some large letter I’s to help her learn this tricky word. She has really enjoyed this and proudly shows them to everyone. Layla is now taking them home to show her family. We are also making mini books based on her favourite picture book Dear Zoo. Each page has the text “I see……” with an animal picture from the book. Â Layla loves choosing the animals for each page and reading back the ‘story’ too!
Ryelee in Year 3 is working so hard learning tricky words. He is so proud of his achievement this week as he can now read 21 new ones! He’s even asking if he can have a look at the word list each time I see him to try and achieve more. This has really boosted his reading confidence. You can see how proud he is by the big smile on his face. Keep up the good work Ryelee.Â