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Welcome and Introduction Helping your Child read at home.
How we help at Thames View infants Reading Tips What to do if your child says ‘I’m stuck’ – Should I tell them? Sign-posting children to a strategy. Extending children’s learning Online Resources
Do you know which book band colour your child is reading?
Book Band colours copper Level 3lime Green Level 2awhite gold Level 2bpurple turquoise Level 2corange green blue Level 1yellow red Working Towards Level 1pink
Thames View Infants Reading every morning with a partner Reading and Spelling Workshop Guided Reading with group of children Hearing children read
Tips for reading success…
Finger pointing (Pink & Red) The big dog jumped up and down. The big cat jumped up and down.
What do I say when my child is stuck on a word when reading?
Which strategies do you encourage your child to use?
pink grand pond never mending snowball friend Find the hidden words
What does that mean?
Reading for meaning
Extending Learning... What activities do you do at home with your child?
Online Resources http://www.thamesview-i.bardaglea.org.uk/homework.htm
How to help your child with reading at home. Mrs Harle (Year 1) & Mrs Hunter (Year 2) Want to keep updated about learning & events our school? Follow us.
Paul Jordan, November 2007 Welcome and Introduction Helping your Child in Year 2.
Key Stage 1 Phonic Talk Wednesday 4 th November. Introduction Who are we? What we do in school What you can do at home.
Reading in Reception Wednesday 8th October 2014 Reading in Reception Wednesday 8th October 2014.
Reading at Home & School. Reading for purpose and pleasure.
Key Stage 1 Reading Evening Thursday 17 th September.
Ripple Infants School Curriculum Assessment Arrangements within Year 2 Welcome The Levels Teacher Assessments and Tests More Information about the Writing.
Literacy Reading Spelling Writing. Reading Creating a love of reading in children is probably one of the most powerful ways of improving children’s academic.
Year 1 Curriculum Meeting How you can help your child.
I ‘ve got a cat. Her name is Pam. She can do this. She can do that. Look at my cat! Tricks she can do. I love my cat, She loves me, too.
Reception Phonics Workshop 6 th October What is phonics? Why is phonics important? Vocabulary How is phonics taught in Reception? How.
The Power of Reading! Creating a love of reading in children is probably one of the most powerful ways of improving children’s academic achievements in.
Book Bag Colours By Pohutukawa We wanted to know which colour is most popular for our book bags. Have a guess now…
Rochsolloch Primary Partnership with Parents. Communication Understanding your child’s learning Expectations regarding Homework How to support at home.
Reading Monday 14 th September Reading Book Bands Colour Book Pink Red Yellow Blue Green Orange Turquoise Purple Gold White Lime.
1A © Educational Publishing House Ltd What colour …? Unit 5 Colourful world.
© red ©
Thames View Infants Starting Reception at Thames View Infants Paul Jordan, Headteacher Claire Smith Deputy Headteacher.
Reading Tuesday 12 th November Reading Book Bands and Levels Colour Book Pink Wc/Wb RedWa Yellow 1c Blue 1b Green 1b Orange 1a Turquoise 1a with.
Reading Workshop How can we help children become confident readers?
Guided Reading Workshop 30 th November Reading for purpose and pleasure.
Welcome to Montgomery Knolls Elementary School
Year 2 Curriculum Meeting How you can help your child.
Reading Information Session for parents. Today’s session A quick overview of the Read Write Inc programme A look at the new Home reading structure.
Look at the head. What’s this? a ladybird a butterfly a firefly a grasshopper an ant a bee.
What’s this? Unit 1. pen pencil book rubber ruler.
Guided Reading Woodheys Primary School. What is Guided Reading? Children will develop as critical and fluent readers, moving from learning to read, to.
COLOURS In In our our class, class, our our favourite colours colours are: BLUERED ORANGE GREEN YELLOW.
Brown bear, brown bear, What do you see? I see a red bird, looking at me!
Next Hi! This ……… my garden. is. They ……… our friends. are next.
Brown Bear, Brown Bear What Do You See? Re-written Version Desi, Desi What Do You See?
Tally PowerPoint months This powerpoint can be used to support the teaching of ‘Number’ targeted towards the
Mrs. ***’s Second Grade Class Welcome!. Welcome to Second Grade! In our classroom we have many areas for specialized areas of study. If you have any.
Welcome to Open House! Mrs. Fantini’s Funhouse. What our Morning looks like? Arrive at 8:50 Unpack book bags – hand in green folder, complete lunch graph.
Travelling to the Animal’s World. A CAT A DOG A KITTEN.
have-has I have … You have … We have … They have … He has … She has … It has …
Sing the song Red,blue, yellow and green are all the colours I know. Red,blue, yellow and green are all the colours I know. Red and blue and yellow and.
Book Bands Complements guided reading practice in school Ensures children reading at appropriate level Recommended by the Institute of Education.
Lesson 3, Day 5. Objective: To listen and respond appropriately to oral communication. Question of the Day: Think of a place you would want to visit.
Stone Church of England Combined School “To enable all to achieve their highest potential” Read, Write, Inc Parents Workshop.
WELCOME Reading & Handwriting at Caldecote Primary School Question while you wait: How do you pronounce GHOTI?
Favorite Color Mrs. Baird May 21, Favorite Color Survey Results BlueGreenRedYellowOther
Brown bear, brown bear, What can you see? I can see a red bird Looking at me.
Welcome to Open House! Mrs. Fantini The Fantini Funhouse.
Was Your Child Ready for Kindergarten? E. J. Marshall Elementary September 17, 2014.
I see a fox. The fox is red. It is nice, but it is not bad.
Foundation Stage 2 Reading SFA – KinderRoots. Skills needs for reading Oral language development Concept of print Good listening skills Listening.
Spelling Words Theme 1 Week 2. n o t Read the sentence and then circle the spelling word. This is not my pencil.
4/23/2015. Ditties Green Books Purple Books Ditties Green Books Purple Books Pink Books Orange Books Pink Books Orange Books Yellow Books Blue Books.
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