Sound revision: Can you play this game and sound out these words? You could draw out your own game board. If you find this tricky ask your adult to sound out the words with you or give you a clue to help work them out.
Literacy Worksheets(under each picture you will see what day it is for): there is no need to print these - talk through them with your child and, where possible, complete them on a page or whiteboard.
Monday: letter formation
Tuesday: blend the sounds to read the words
Wednesday: find the rhyming pictures
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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