Primary 1 Literacy – w/b 2nd November

This week we have been learning 2 new sounds AND 2 new tricky words. Please look for the sounds ‘u’ and ‘b’ on your laminated yellow sheets, cut these out and add them to your zippy bag.

Please look for the tricky words ‘I’ and ‘the’ on the new laminated orange card, cut these out and add them to the zippy bag too. Continue to practise reading and writing these little cards and playing games with them too.

Thank you.

P1 class teachers

Primary 1 Literacy – week beginning 27.10

This week Primary 1 will be learning to read and write ‘f’. Please cut this letter from your laminated sheet and add it to your pack. The children have been building and reading lots of words in class – see how many they can share with you at home.

The children will begin to recognise and write tricky words next week and you will receive more information regarding this soon.

Primary 1 Literacy – week beginning 5th October

This week Primary 1 will be learning to read and write 2 new sounds. Please cut the letters ‘h’ and ‘o’ from your laminated sheet and add these to your pack. The children have been building and reading lots of words in class – see how many they can share with you at home.

We read ‘The Highway Rat’, by Julia Donaldson, today and talked about the rhyming words we could hear in the story. We also talked about the characters in the story and how they might have felt when the rat was unkind to them. We linked this to our school value of ‘Kindness’. We will do various activities during the week to help us remember the story!

Primary 1 Literacy

We hope you have received the little literacy pack that came home with your child this afternoon. This includes a yellow zip pocket, a yellow sheet of letters and a sheet full of ideas explaining how to use these cards.

Our sounds for this week are ‘a’ and ‘t’. Feel free to cut these out and begin to explore word making with your child.

We will update the website each week to let you know what sounds we will be covering throughout the week.