Your weekly phonics focus is on the split vowel digraph a-e.
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 ‘ae’ in lake makes one sound but it is split by the ‘k’.
Phonics Challenge 1
Read the ‘a-e’ words in the table.
Look at the pictures and write each word under the correct picture. Read the word again to make sure it is correct.
You could have a go at drawing the pictures yourself in your book and adding the correct label.
Phonics Challenge 2
Read the ‘Phoneme spotter’ text and find the words with the split digraph ‘a-e’.
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.