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Mrs Clarke's Phonics - Group 4

Week 6

Friday 12th February

Click on the link below to play the games and test your spelling of super- and auto- words!

Thursday 11th February

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Week 5

Thursday 4th February

Please ask someone at home to test you on some of the words we have been learning this term. This includes: the different suffixes -less, -ly, -ness, -ful; the different graphemes for sound made by the graphemes 'sh'; words containing the prefixes tele- and sub-. 


Ask them to challenge you with at least 10 words, then look through your answers and decide if you need to practise any with pyramid or rainbow writing.


Children in school, please test each other. Take it in turns to give each other a word and then check your lists together. 

Wednesday 3rd February

Please complete a page of your handwriting book.

Monday 1st February

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Week 4

Wednesday 27th January

Please complete another page of your CGP handwriting book.

Tuesday 26th January

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Week 3

Wednesday 20th January

Please complete another page of your CGP Handwriting book.

Week 2

Wednesday 13th January

Today would ordinarily have been your spelling test day so please use today's phonics time to practise your handwriting in the CGP books you were given before Christmas. You should aim to complete at least one page.

Week 1
Friday's phonics learning is an extension of the work we did at the beginning of the week - can you remember the y as /I/ words and think of some other examples? The answers are at the bottom of the sheet so please don't scroll too far down - no peeking! Use a dictionary and the clues that are there to help you. Eg if there's a capital letter, where MUST that go?

Wednesday 6th January 

To be able to use a new spelling rule in my writing. 

On Monday, we looked at words containing the /I/ sound, written as y. These words were: 









Can you use these words in their own sentences? Be sure to check their meanings before you do to make sure that you use them correctly. Make sure you check the spellings!