Starter: Phonics Play - Cheeky chimps - alternative pronunciation of /ea/ game. https://new.phonicsplay.co.uk/resources/phase/5/cheeky-chimps
Read the 'Phoneme Spotter /ear/' text with your child. Identify all the different graphemes that can be used
to represent the phoneme /ear. Write them down on a whiteboard or a scrap bit of paper for tomorrow's lesson.
Starter: Spell the words people, children, any, many.
Give chn a grid with all the different graphemes for the /ear/ phoneme. Get children to soundtalk and blend the words and stick/sort depending on what /ear/ phoneme is in the word.
Starter: Quickwrite, write the words shock, shower, machine, issue, rush, brochure, shell. Highlight the sound button that makes the /sh/ phoneme in each word.
Play game underneath, word sorting /ear/ sounds. Then go onto best bet and discuss which /ear/ graphemes were the most popular, least popular.
Starter; Phonics Play - Play Reading Robot - https://new.phonicsplay.co.uk/resources/phase/5/reading-robot
Then recap the /ear/ phoneme from previous learning. Let children independently sound and blend the words in the sentences attached in the link. Correct inaccurate reading.
Challenge: Can your child create their own sentence with two different /ear/ graphemes?
Starter: Play Phonics game - sentence substitution - https://new.phonicsplay.co.uk/resources/phase/5/sentence-substitution-ph5a
Then read /ear/ sentences, see if children can read without any support.
Finish with a spelling test of different /ear/ graphemes to see if they know when to use and apply the alternative spellings for the /ear/ phoneme.
fear, near, clear, hear
peer, deer, veer