This week we have learnt the following digraphs and trigraphs: air er
We have also read words containing the double letters: dd mm tt bb rr gg pp ff. These are digraphs and are two letters making just one sound of d, m, t, b, r, g, p and f. Each of the new digraphs/trigraphs in Phase 3 has a catchphrase and picture to help the children recall the matching phoneme:
To embed this learning further, it would be helpful to your child if you could practise reading and writing the following words and captions at home:
The chair was in the air!
I was as high up as the ladder.
My rabbit needs a bigger carrot!
The kitten has hidden in the ribbons.
They had a kitten and a rabbit.
New Tricky Words:
This week we have been learning the following new tricky words. As we have done in previous weeks, we have highlighted the 'tricky' parts that do not sound out in red.