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Week 10 - Oi Frog!

Oi Frog!

Lesson 2 - Rhyming Pairs

 

* Go to the BBC Bitesize page below and watch the 'What are Rhyming Words?' video.

* Year 1s - completes the two activities on the webpage. Reception - Practise rhyming some words.

* Complete the correct sheet below:

 

  Reception (not Monkeys) - cut out the pictures and match up the rhyming pairs. Say out loud, 'The ___ sits on the ___.'

  Monkeys, Aliens & Monsters - stick the correct picture next to each animal. Spell the words underneath.

​​​​​​​  Year 1s (not Aliens or Monsters) stick the correct picture next to each animal. Write a full sentence to match each pair.

 

* Remember to use your sound mat if you are writing.

Lesson 3 - Rhyming Strings

 

* Watch the 'Rhyme with Radzi' video (link below).

* How many words can you think of that rhyme with...

 

cat

* Well done if you thought of 4 or more!

* Complete the correct activity below:

 

Reception Class (not Monkeys) - circle the odd one out in each strip of 4 pictures.

Monkeys, Monsters & Aliens - write 2 more words that rhyme with each picture.

Y1s (not Monsters or Aliens) - spell the Phase 5 words then join up the rhyming pairs (use your sound mat).

 

Lesson 4 - Alliteration

 

* Alliteration is when words start with the same sound.

* Read through some of the Alliteration Game PPT (below) to see some examples.

* Can you complete these sentences using alliteration?

 

The cat is __________.

The __________ is big.

 

* Today, we are going to think about what different animals might eat.

* Complete the correct sheet below:

 

Reception (not Monkeys): Draw an animal that might eat each food, using alliteration. Tell a grown up: '____s eat ____.'

Monkeys, Monsters & Aliens: Draw and label an animal that might eat each food, using alliteration.

Year 1s (not Monsters or Aliens): Draw an animal that might eat each food, and write a full sentence underneath: '____s eat ____.'

 

* Remember to use your sound mat when writing.

 

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