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Forest Town

Primary School

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Your weekly phonics focus is a recap of all the split vowel digraphs.



Remember that a digraph is two letters which together make one sound. When a digraph is split by a consonant it becomes a split digraph. For example, the ‘ue’ in cube makes one sound but it is split by the ‘b’.

Can you remember the 5 vowels in our alphabet?




Phonics Challenge 1

Look at the table of pictures. See if you can work out what all of the pictures are, remembering that they all have a split-digraph spelling.

When you think you have worked it out, have a go at spelling the word in your book.

You should end up with 5 lists of spellings.


Phonics Challenge 2


Read the ‘Phoneme spotter’ text. Today it will include a mix of all the split vowel digraphs.  

Then have a go at answering the comprehension questions.

You could just talk about the answers with your adult or have a go at writing them down in your book.  


Phonics Challenge 3


Read the sentence and fill in the missing words.


Phonics Challenge 4


I spy with my little eye …



Phonics Challenge 5


Revisit some of your Phase 5 sounds.