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  1. Jolly Phonics Junior Infants . Group 4 (Sounds and Blending Activities)

  2. Ideas for Parents: • Encourage your child to say the relevant sound on the slide three times. Click on the speaker symbol to hear the sound. • Begin to encourage your child to find the sound in either the beginning, middle or end of each word e.g. /bin/...where is the /i/? (in the middle) where is the/n/? (at the end). • Encourage your child to sing the song to accompany the letter. • Revise all sounds regularly.

  3. Can you make this sound?

  4. Can you make this sound?

  5. Can you make this sound?

  6. Can you make this sound?

  7. Can you make this sound?

  8. Vowel Revision. • We have learned all five vowels. Please practice them regularly with your child.

  9. Blending.Ideas for Parents. • With blending, the first sound needs to be said louder than the other sounds. • Parents should make the sounds in the word on the slide first e.g. /r/ /a/ /t/ and then say the complete word. • Encourage your child to repeat what you have just done. • Children will need plenty of practice before they have fully mastered the skill of blending.

  10. Can you sound out the word? mug

  11. Can you sound out the word? not

  12. Can you sound out the word? bump

  13. Can you sound out the word? from

  14. Can you sound out the word? belt

  15. Can you sound out the word? grab

  16. Can you sound out this word? tug

  17. Please encourage your child to make these words using their sound cards. Encourage them to sound out the words they have made.

  18. Reading Sentences. The children will need lots of help and encouragement at this stage. You can help your child by sounding out the words in the sentence and then reading the full sentence aloud. Please use your finger to point at the individual words in the sentence. I have included some words from the children’s reading books in the sentences. These words can be read without sounding them out.

  19. Can you read these sentences? I am a cat.

  20. Can you read these sentences? Look at the milk.

  21. Can you read these sentences? This is Jen.

  22. Can you read these sentences? It is Conor.

  23. Can you read these sentences? Look at the sun.