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Initial sounds: efgh Ee: egg
my / your
Is this your teddy? Yes, it is. No, it isn’t.
R: o poem: ‘My favourite things’ L: identifying favourite things S: What’s your favourite…? W: dividing sentences into words,
writing about my favourite toys (WB)
Gg:goat Hh: hat
This is my nose!
arm/ams This is . These are …
R: instructions L: identifying different animals 5: describing an animal’s features W: identifying full sentences.
writing about my body (WB)
Jj jam Kk: kite Ll: lion
He’s a hero!
She’s / He’s a teacher Is she/he a teacher? Yes, she is. No, he isn’t.
Initial sounds: mnop Mm: mum Nn: nurse 00: orange Pp: pen
R: an autobiography L: identifying people by their jobs S: Is he a doctor? W: capital letters and full stops, writing about my family (
Where’s the ball? in / on / under
Initial sounds: qrstu Qq: queen Rr: rabbit Ss: sofa Tt: teddy Uu: umbrella
R: a puzzle text L: identifying objects by location S: Where’s the kite? W: capital letters at the start of
names, writing about the park (WB)
Vy: van WW: window
R: a caption story L: distinguishing details 5: Who’s this? W: question marks, writing about
my family’s things (WB)
Yy: yo-yo Zz: zebra
Are these his trousers?
This is her/his T-shirt. Are these his socks? Yes, they are. No, they aren’t
The alphabet: the alphabet letter names and their sequence
R: a caption story L: identifying clothes S: What colour are these trousers? W: contractions: ‘s, writing about
my favourite clothes (WB)
Is she in the kitchen? Yes, she is. No, she isn’t. Where are Dad and
Digraphs: sh shoes sheep fish
R: information on a webpage L: listening for location S: Where are the bedrooms? W: identifying vowels, writing
about my home (WB)
Are they in the garden? No, they aren’t. I’ve got two sandwiches. I haven’t got my lunch box. an apple (an +4, e, i, o, u)
My lunch box
Digraphs: ch chair teacher chick
R: information texts L: identifying key words S: I’ve got a banana and a pear… W: using a and an, writing about
my lunch box (WB)
A new friend!
He/She’s got… He/She hasn’t got… It’s got… It hasn’t got…
Digraphs: th three bath teeth