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Homework 5th of March

Welcome back everyone, I hope you had a wonderful time in the snow! 

Here is the homework for the week: 


1. Tricky Words

Revision of the tricky words (3 from the old list and 3 from the new list):
she, your, mine, down, before, right 
 

 2: Reading
The children have been given new readers in their folders. 
  • Once your child gets a new book, please fill in the date they received the book and sign the sheet if you feel your child has completed the book to the best of their ability. 
  • When completing this at home, please focus on fluency, pacing, good expression and a good understanding of the book they are reading. 
As always, if you have any questions about this please feel free to ask ☺


3: Sound Booklet
Our sound this week is the 'ue' sound. Please complete page 27 in the Sound Booklet.
Here are some 'ue' sounds: 

                                Blue
                                        Argue
         Image result for blue clipart        Image result for argue clipart                            
                        Rescue                                         Tissues   
          Image result for rescue clipart        Image result for tissue clipart
                                     
4: Handwriting copy 
Complete the next two pages in the handwriting book.  
Please recite the formation rhymes as the children write the letters.

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