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We have been learning our Set 2 sounds in Reception. For the next 12 days (weekdays only, not including bank holidays) we will upload a video of Miss North teaching the sound. Please make sure that your child has a pen and paper so they can practise their spelling using 'Fred Fingers.' These videos can be watched over and over again during our time away from school.
We would expect all chlidren to know these sounds by the end of the academic year in Reception and, by watching these videos, we hope that this can still be achieved.
After the twelfth video, Miss North will upload another video showing you how to use your Set 1 and Set 2 cards to build your own words to read. Happy Reading!
The 12 sounds will be posted, one a day, from Friday 27th March.
This week is World Nursery Rhyme week!
Reception will listen to and sing Nursery Rhymes everyday.
Nursery rhymes are important for young children because they help develop an ear for our language. Both rhyme and rhythm help kids hear the sounds and syllables in words, which helps kids learn to read.
Recent research has found that if a child can recite 15 Nursery Rhymes by the time they are 4/5 years old they are more likely to be a fluent reader at 7/8.
In Reception we use the BBC School radio website as they sing the Nursery Rhymes with an English accent.
Please find the link below;