the 'or' sound spelt with al
First, watch the video below to learn how to al can often make an or sound.
Then, read these words:
always altogether almost walnut already
Next, in your busy book, add -al to these words and then use them in a sentence.
the 'or' sound spelt with all
Once you have watched the video above Read/Cover/Spell/Check these words:
ball call tall wall all
Now use these words in your own sentences. Write them in your busy book.
The 'u' sound spelt with 'o'
Watch this video clip.
How many words do you hear in the story that have the U sound spelled with an O?
Make a list in your busy book
Now, Read/Cover/Spell/Check these words:
mother brother other nothing Monday another
Some more examples:
here / hear
see / sea
sun / son
blue / blew
Now you are the teacher!
Read these sentences.
Have the correct homophones been used.
Correct the mistakes if not.
I can hear the birds singing in the garden.
I can sea the children playing in the street.
The son is shining brightly.
The wind blew the leaves off the tree.
Read these homphones:
Use each word in a sentence and illustrate your sentence to show the meaning of each homophone.
Challenge- find the homophones in the wordsearch.
Click on the Wordsearch to complete it.