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What Sound Wednesday

 πŸ‘‚ I  hope  your  Listening  Ears  are  working!  πŸ‘‚ 

01.07.2020

 πŸ‘‚Switch those Listening Ears on again! πŸ‘‚

 

It’s Rhyme Time!

 

We have used our listening ears to notice sounds around us, and have thought about how the sounds in words are similar or different.

 

Now, we are going to look at rhyming.

 

Rhyming can be a little bit tricky – you need to listen very carefully to decide if the sounds are similar, but not the same.

 

I have uploaded some rhyming word cards.

Can you spot the words that rhyme with each other?

If you like, you can print them out, chop them up and play a game of rhyming word Snap!

(If you cut them out yourself, you can practice your cutting skills too!)

 

Challenge! If you have managed to find the rhymes easily, have a look around your house.

Can you find objects that rhyme with each other?

 

What about books you have read? Can you spot any rhyming words in the story? (Julia Donaldson and Dr Seuss books are fantastic for this!)

 

Have fun! x

What's That Sound?

Miss Bailey has been hearing noises in her house again!
Can you figure out what she heard this time?
Is there a place in your house you have heard a noise like this?
Can you make a noise like this with your voice?

Rhyming Word Cards

24.06.2020

😝 Silly Soup! πŸ²

 

Nursery! I need your help!

 

While I’ve been spending so much time at home, I have been making some really silly soups!

All of the things I have been putting in my soup have been things that start with the same letter!

Here is a picture of some silly soup I made today!

 

Can you name the items I have put in my soup?

That’s right! There is:

- A Comb

- A Cork

- A Can

- Some Cotton wool

- A Clip

 

Hmm, what do you notice about these words? Do they sound similar in any way?

Yes! They all start with the same sound!

 

Can you make your own Silly Soup, with things you can find in your house or garden?

I would LOVE to see it!

 

Have fun! x

What's That Sound?

Miss Bailey heard this noise in her garden!
What do you think it could be?
Can you draw a picture of what you think it could be?
Have you heard a noise like this before?
Try to make a noise like this using your voice!

17.06.2020

It’s time to get those listening ears working again!

 

Keep listening out for new sounds (and sounds you already recognise) and notice where and when you hear them.

 

What might you hear if you were in these places?

 

 

 

  

 

Open the window, or go out into the garden – what do you hear here?

Go on a walk with your grown-up – what can you hear here? Are the sounds the same? What is different? Why do you think you can hear different things?

 

If you manage to go for a listening walk – please remember to show us where you go on our Class Blog!

We love to see where you have been, and we hope you can tell us what you heard!

What's that sound?

Miss Bailey heard this sound in her house again this week!
Have a listen, can you work out what it might be?
Can you make this noise in your house? Can you make a noise like this with your voice?

10.06.2020

 

There are lots and lots of sounds all around us, all of the time! But can you recognise them?

 

Here are some links to some phonics games:

Questions your grown-up could ask while you play:

What do you think makes a sound like this?

Can you make that sound?

Is the sound loud or quiet?

How does the sound make you feel? – Happy, Scared, Excited?

Can you draw a picture of the sound?

 

Some questions your grown-up could ask, while you explore the game:

Can you guess what animal makes that sound?

Can you make that sound?

Can you draw a picture of the animal that makes that sound?

What's that sound?

Miss Bailey heard this sound, and recorded it just for you! Can you work out what it is? Let me know in the Class Blog, and tell me where you have heard that sound before!
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