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Week beginning 15th June 2020

Last week in phonics, as we began to explore phase 5,  we learnt how the 'ai' digraph has more than one spelling. This week we are going to begin to learn about the 'ee' digraph and its different spellings. 

 

EE , EA and Y | Similar Sounds | Sounds Alike | How to Read | Made by Kids vs Phonics

e-e split digraph - Mr Thorne Does Phonics

Here are some fun phonics worksheets, please don't think that you have to do them all! They will help your child to see the different spellings for 'ee' in context and practise getting to grips with that. There is a Phoneme Spotter story for 'ee' too which is great reading practise. 
It is really important to remember that whilst we are beginning to look at some new learning in phonics, we must keep the phase 3 phonics nice and secure in our heads. So please use these resources for a recap. 
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