Date: 2017-03-17 22:10
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Letter writing is part of the required curriculum. It comprises of a standalone element teaching correct styles of letter writing cross-curricular. Visits to museums or farms prompt thank you letters, for example contacting schools in other countries and exchanging letters links into geography. Writing imaginary letters to historical people can encourage understanding of a historical period or topic PSHE. Writing letters encourages good social skills, learning to say thank you and asking for information politely.
This phonics resource supports the learning and teaching of blending and segmenting for spelling new alternative phoneme - grapheme correspondences in cvc words.
The Word Wheel 7 is multimedia tool for pupils to explore and develop their skill at blending phonemes in words with clusters.
Discuss what type of event might create a need to write letters of invitation. There are plenty of examples 656 birthday parties, Christmas parties, a visit to a beach with friends going out to a farm or to the cinema, a wedding or when a new baby is christened or simply inviting a friend to stay overnight at your house.
Find and select the letters in the correct order to make the word. If you choose the wrong letter you have to start that word again.
Just imagine what Mr. Bear must have been thinking at the end of the story of Goldilocks and the Three Bears. A naughty girl had broken into his home, eaten his porridge broken a chair and then gone to sleep on his child's bed. Then she had run away without even saying sorry when the bears came back.
This is not a complete guide for children. They need more guidance as they are beginners. Try to make up some more stuff for kids like Games, quizzes etc. That might keep them stick to this. :)Thank you.
This Alphabetical order activity is a simple to use word ordering exercise. Words are simply dragged from the left hand side of the screen to their correct place in the word order list on the right hand side. When all words have been placed in the list the user clicks on the check button to get feedback on their selected order.