Muscliff Primary School
When you are given a book for home reading for 4 nights... how to keep moving the learning forward. A guide for parents and carers.
Next blending sheet with digraphs and a couple of more complex words to practise with.
How do you start to read with your child when they have only learnt a few sounds...
Now to practise joining up the 'c' and the 'k' to show it is a digraph being represented.
If you've been practising the other cursive letters, this one will feel reasonably easy. Practice makes perfect!
Gorgeous 'g'. Use this video to help you get better at writing cursive 'g'.
Writing a cursive 'd' is 'delightful! Keeeeeep practising!
Ready to move on to cursive m? Here's how.
Telling a story is a part of reading. Building vocabulary is a vital source of learning. Some ideas to make it easier for you...
Quick video of how to exploit a book with no words then use this example with every other book!
"up, straight down, up and over a mountain, flick" Off you go! Also compare with a capital N and 'write it right' of course!
How to write 'i' in cursive (and capital).
Ready for a descender letter to write in cursive? Of course you are! Here is 'p'
Keep going! This time practising how to accurately write cursive 't'.
Help at home to practise (and practise!) our handwriting- keeping it large right now, using a line and then playing 'write it right' at the end.
Watch Mrs H and a child practise writing our very first cursive letter. Note: the large piece of paper to enable large writing the encouragement to pinch n p...
A couple of quick muscle exercises and a little advice on how to help at home with handwriting.
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