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Learn the English Alphabet and know it by heart as it forms the basis of the English Language.

            Aa

apple

Bb

baby

 Cc         

cow

Dd           dog

Ee                     egg

Ff

fat

Gg                                  goat

Hh

hat

Ii

infant

Jj

jar

Kk

kangaroo

Ll   

leaf

Mm         

mushroom

Nn

nose

Ooorange Pp

pig

Qq

queen

Rr     rose

Ss           

star

Tt

tea

Uu

umbrella

Vv

Vacuum cleaner

Ww

windmill

Xx       x-ray

Yy          yacht

     Zz          zip

 

Vowels (NB) they make part of the Alphabet.

Aa

Ee

Ii

Oo

Uu

and Yy

These activities mainly look at initial words and sounds for all letters. Effort has been made to make a list

of words with short vowels for beginners. The aim is to help learners to quickly grasp the concept of

word identification and building, hence most of the words are short vowel words.

Activity 1.1a

  Apple

Sight words (read and listen to the a sound)

apple age             able            ankle          add             ant

again          ate              man            dad             can             came

Fill in the letter a and read out the words.

1.        _ge

 

   6.     p_ge
2.       _pple

 

    7.    g_te
3.       _nt

 

    8.    m_te
4.      _ nkle

 

   9.     f_te
      5.   _dd

 

   10.   l_te

 

Read and listen to the a sound

 

1. _am

 

ram     Sam    jam    Pam

dam   mam   Sam

 

2._ad

  mad     lad       add    dad

sad       pad     had     bad

 

3._an

man  can   ran   fan     van    nan

tan

 

4._at

 

mat   cat      fat    rat    hat     at

sat

 

5._ate

 

 

Add  ate

m_ _ _  g_ _ _   l_ _ _  r_ _ _

 

d_ _ _  st_ _ _  gr_ _ _   b_ _ _

 

6. _ap

 

Cap   nap  tap   map  lap   gap
 

7. _ape

Add ape

C_ _ _    gr_ _ _    dr_ _ _   g_ _ _

Sh_ _ _

8. _ag Bag   rag   wag    tag   nag

Read the following sentences.

1. The cat sat on the mat.

 

6. Pam has a rag.
2. The cat ate the jam.

 

7. The bad man has a hat.
3. The rat ran to the van. 8. Pam and Sam have a nap.
4.  The sad cat ran to the dam.

 

9.  Pam has an airplane and a pet rat.
5. Sam came late and sat on the mat.

 

10. Dad has a van with a gap.

 

Sight words

Cat    ran    as      had   bag   sad    man  hat    tap    mad

Your teacher/tutor will read the story twice. The third time read after him/her. Pick out words with the letter a

               a

The sad man has a hat and a bag.

The man’s fat cat has a rat.

The fat cat ran to Pam on the mat.

Pam is mad at the cat.            

 Practice work

1.Use the letters of the alphabet and make as many words with the letter a.

2. Try to use at least five of the words you made in simple sentences.

Activity 1.1b

Bb is for  Bunny

 Phonics (vowel sounds)

ba_

be_ bi_ bo_ bu_
baby

bag

bad

back

bake

band

bam

bank

bare

base

bed

best

beg

bell

bend

bent

berry

bet

belt

bib

bid

big

bill

bin

bit

boy

bob

bog

boil

body

born

bold

boss

bomb

bone

bud

bug

bulb

bum

bump

bubble

buddy

buff

buffalo

budget

bucket

Long vowel sounds /e/

bea_ bee_
bean

beat

beam

bear

beak

beach

beast

bead

beacon

bee

beef

been

beer

beech

beep

beet-root

 

Fill in the letter b and read out the words.

1.     _oy      6        _a_y
     2.   _ag       7.   _ig
     3.   _ed       8.   _i_le
     4.    _ull       9.   _oat
     5.    _ell      10.  _ook

Read these sentences after the teacher/tutor. Repeat three times.

1.    I am a big boy.

 

5. I brush my teeth before going to bed.
2.    I sleep in a bunk bed.

 

     6. I can row a boat.
3.    My mother has a baby boy.

 

     7. I have a big bag.
4.    I love to play baseball.      8. Please bring the bell.

 

Unscramble the words below, read and listen to the b sound.

1.     tiab    ____________

 

7.         beast    ____________
2.    tolb     ____________

 

8.         kcab     ____________
3.    ssob    ____________

 

9.         geb       ____________
4.    estb     _____________

 

10        yub      _____________
5.    osbs    _____________

 

11.      utb       _____________
6.     abd      _____________ 12.      liob      _____________

Use any five of the words above in simple sentences. Write 5 sentences.    

Recite the rhyming poem below.

The bad baker baked

burned bread, but the

beggar bought it anyway

Choose True/False    

  1. The beggar baked the burned bread. True/False.
  2. The baker is a good person. True/False.
  3. The bread was burnt. True/ False.

4. The beggar bought the bread. True/False.

Activity 1.1c

Cc is for  car

Phonics( vowel sounds)

Ca_

Co_ Cu_
Cat

Car

Care

Came

Cake

Camp

Can

Cab

Case

Candy

cam

Cost

Coil

Cop

Corn

Cob

Code

Cold

Comb

Cone

cot

Cup

Cut

Cutter

custom

Initial consonants blends /ch/cr/cl/

Ch_

Cr_ cl
Chap

Chair

Champ

Chess

Chin

Chick

Cherry

Chest

Chew

Cheese

Chase

Cheat

charity

Crazy

Cramp

Cranky

Crate

Crash

Cream

Creep

Crib

Crime

Crop

Cross

Cruel

crow

Clap

Clash

Clan

Clad

Class

Clay

Clean

Clear

Cleft

Clerk

Click

Cliff

Client

clever

Read the words below and listen to the c sound.

Cat    can    cover     coat    Cathy    carry     couch    cold  cross     cried

Read the short story and pick out c words.

The crappy cat felt cold and crept on the couch.

She covered herself with Cathy’s coat.

Cathy was cross with the cat and cried.

The cat crept away and curled on the carpet miserably.

Label the following objects and animals found in the home and farm.

       Ch_ _ _ of       drawers   Ch_ _ _  

Co_ _ _ _ maker

     

A herd of

Ca_ _ _ _

        Co_ _ _ _ _  pot
             Ca_ _ _ _       Ca_ _ _ _  

Carp_ _ _ _ _

 

Ca_ _ _ _ _

 

C_ _ _

        Cr_ _ _ _  ship  

C_ _

 

C_ _ _

   

 

Read the clue and circle the correct word.

   1. I have 4 legs. I make milk. I am a Calf/cow 2. I have 4 legs. I am the baby of a cow/cattle. My name is cattle/calf
  3. I am a card/calendar. I show the       dates and months of the year. 4. I sit in the kitchen. I make coffee. I am a coffee maker/cooking pot.
5. I have 4 legs. You sit on me. I am a desk/chair. 6. I have 4 legs. You pack your clothes and underwear in me. I have many drawers. I am a cabinet/ chest drawers.
7. we have four legs each. We give you beef. We are cattle/chairs. I am a craftsman. I make furniture for you. I am a cannon/carpenter.

Activity 1.1d

Dd is for Dog

Phonics (vowel sounds)

da_ de_ di_ do_ du_
dad

dam

dab

date

day

dance

damp

dag

data

Davy

Dan

dash

debt

deck

desk

depth

den

detour

 

disk

dish

dim

did

dimple

dig

dip

dill

doll

dog

door

dope

dome

dos

dot

dock

doc

dop

dote

dollar

dust

dug

dull

dumb

dump

dub

duff

dude

Consonants initial sounds /dr/

dr_

drive

dream

drink

drone

draw

drip

draft

dread

drum

drown

drill

drag

Read / Listen to the story below and pick out words with the sound and letter d.

One day the Deer went on a date with Dog. As it was getting dark, Dog said, “Let’s find a place to rest for the night”. They saw a hidden place with the door open.

The two friends went inside only to discover it was a lion’s den. An old dying lion could not believe her luck. Dinner delivered to her on a platter. She quickly jumped to block the door.

The two friends begged lion not to have Deer for dinner. Dog lied that Deer had eaten poisonous grass hence they were looking for a cure.

He convinced lion that eating Deer was dangerous as he may die because of the poison in Deer. Dog promised lion that once Deer is cured, he would bring him back. Dog assured Lion that he cannot lose two friends hence he wanted to have Deer cured first and Lion can have his dinner.

Answer these questions.

  1. The dog and lion were best friends. True/ False.
  2. The deer had eaten poison grass. True/ False.
  3. Lion wanted to have deer for dinner. True/False.
  4. The two friends found themselves in the lion’s den. True/ False.
  5. Dog was lying to lion. True/ False.

Activity 1.1e

Ee is for

Elephant

Sight words.

Egg

ever

Empty

elder

early    escalator Elephant

 

everybody

Phonics

_ed _eg _em _en _et
bed

fed

red

ped

 

beg

leg

neg

peg

reg

hem

gem

dem

 

men  gen

hen   fen

Ben

ten

pen

den

met     jet

get      let

set       net

vet      fret

wet      bet

yet       pet

Read the e story.

Ten men get into a jet.

They have ten pet hens and gems.

The men and hens are wet.

They do not let them sit on the beds.

The men fret and beg.

Ben tells Meg to set the fire.

Match the following.

      1. Excavator             a.
      2. envelope            b.
      3. earth            c. 
      4. eight           d.
      5. eggplant          e.
       6. elephant           f.   
        7. egg            g.      

Use these words to complete the sentences.

eggs   excellent  den   hen    pen  bed  pet  engine   left  fenced  pegs

  1. I am a h–, I live in a f—- cage. I lay —gs for your breakfast.
  2. I live in a d—I am a lion.
  3. I am an aeroplane my —-ne is powerful that’s why I fly.
  4. You sleep in me. I am a b—-
  5. You have 2 hands. I am your l— hand.
  6. You hang clothes with me. P—.
  7. Your cat is a p–.
  8. You write with me. I am a p–.

9. I am an ex——-nt student.

Read the sentences and listen to the sound.

  1. Meg the hen has a pen.
  2. Ben met Deb in the den.
  3. Ned let Meg get wet.
  4. I have ten red pens.
  5. The hen in the bed is wet.

Activity 1.1f

Ff is for

Family

Sight words with vowel sounds.

Fa_ Fe_ Fi_ Fo_ Fu_
Fab

fat

Face

Fact

Fad

Fag

Fail

Faith

Faint

Fair

fame

Fed

Fend

Fence

Felt

Ferry

Fess

Fest

fetch

Fit

fix

Fib

Fig

Figure

Fill

Film

Filth

Finish

Finger

 

Four

Fox

For

Fossil

Foster

Fond

Fort

Form

Forty

forum

Fund

Fun

Funky

Fungal

Fussy

Fusty

Fuzzy

Read the short story.

The big fly flew fast past the fan.

The strong air threw the fly into the fire.

The fire fried the fly with its blaze.

The frog was fazed by fire for frying his meal into ashes.

Answer these questions.

  1. The frog/fly flew past the fire.
  2. The —- was fazed by fire.
  3. The fly/blaze was fried by the fire.
  4. The blaze is for the frog/fire.
  5. The fire/fly was to be frog’s meal.

Use the words below to Label the pictures/illustrations.

Flower        flag         frog         face        flamingo         fist        five       fly        friends

fence         fanta       fruits       fight       fingers             fat        fire        fish

                                                        

F—                                      F——                                F—

                                                                      

  F- —                                      F–                                              F–

                                                               

    F——                                  F——                                   F—

                                                           

F—-                                     F—                                       F—

                                                              

F——-                                 F—-                                      F——-

                                               

F—-                                      F—-                                      F—-

 

Activity 1.1g

Gg for

                     Gate, Gas, Glass, Grass, Grasshopper, Giraffe

Sight words

1.glad 2.grab 3. gaze 4.gold 5.girl
   glade     grate     gate    golf     give
  glaze     great     game    goat     gift
  glam     grace     gave    gone     giblets

Match the illustrations to the g names.

       1.

 

gun

       2.

 

grass

       3.

 

goat

       4.

 

glass

        5.

 

goose

6.

 

gate

7.

 

grapes

8.

 

gloves

9.

 

gold bars

10.

 

glasses

Read the story below and answer the questions that follow.

The Three Hungry Billy Goats.

One good day, Great Big Billy Goat, Big Billy Goat and Little Billy Goat were longing for the green grass in the garden across the river. On the bridge lived a monster, the Great Troll, the goat eater.

Little Billy Goat said,” I am hungry, can’t we go over to that garden for lunch?’

‘How are we going to cross the bridge?’ asked Big Bill Goat.

‘I am not afraid.’ Said Little Billy. ‘Besides I hear Great Troll doesn’t enjoy baby goat meat.’ Continued Little Billy Goat.

Little Billy Goat got on the bridge. ‘Who is on my bridge?’ Shouted the Great Troll. ‘It’s me Little Billy Goat’.

‘Then I am going to have you for lunch, little goat,’ said the Great Troll.

Little Billy Goat shaking with great fear, ‘please do not eat me, I’m only a thin baby goat. Wait for Big Billy Goat. She is fatter and bigger than me, that means more day of meat’.

The Great Troll let Little Billy Goat pass and waited for Big Billy Goat. Big Bill Goat on seeing Little Billy Goat crossing, she got on the bridge.  ‘Who goes there on my bridge?’ shouted the Great Troll.

‘            It’s me Big Billy Goat, I am going to get my baby’. Answered Big Billy Goat. ‘Then I am going to eat you, big goat’.

Big Billy Goat said, ‘Do not eat me. Wait for Great Big Billy Goat. He is fatter than me’. The Great Troll let her pass too, and waited.

The Great Big Billy Goat got on the bridge. ‘Who is on my bridge?’ shouted the Great Troll. ‘It’s me, Great Huge Billy Goat.’

‘Wow, the meat I have been waiting for. Come over, I am going to eat you up, great huge goat.’ Said the Great Troll, working up his appetite.

Bam! Great BIG Billy Goat knocked the Great Troll with his huge horns. The Great Troll was caught unaware and fell into the river full of hungry crocs. Great Troll was never seen again and all the animals could cross the bridge easily. Great Big Billy Goat went to join his family and they had a great meal of fresh green grass gladly.

 

Questions

  1. Why were Billy Goats afraid of crossing the bridge?
  2. Why did the Billy Goats cross the bridge?
  3. Little Billy Goat was not afraid of the Great Troll. True/False.

4.Where did the Great Troll go?

  1. The Billy Goats ate the Great Troll for lunch. True/False.

Activity 1.1h

Hh H Hands

Sight words with phonic sounds.

ha_ he_ ho_ hou__ hi_
hand head horse house hit
hat heard hot hound his
have help hope hill
hate helicopter host hint
happy hen hole him

Complete these sentences. Use sights words and illustrations for clue.

  1. I am h_ _. I am a f_ _ _.
  2. I lay _ _ _ _. I am a h_ _ .
  3. People live in me. I am a _ _ _ _ _
  4. People have two of me. The right h_ _ _ and left _ _ _ _ .
  5. People ride on me. I am a _ _ _ _ _ .
  6. I am a _ _ _ .

Find h words in the word search.

H A V E N H I L L L E H D A H
O E S H E A I I E H E T E H A
U V L D A E H N F A H S H L P
S R N I R R A E T A H O L E P
E A K S C A T M H I M H R J I
H E L G A O E O A O O A A S N
O H O A Q H P H N O S H A V E
L L E H S E L T D H S E U G S
D L O H E A E H E E D R X R S
Y P P A H R H S D R A O H O T

 

Activity 1.1i

                   Ii for igloo

        Sight words

in_ i_ _in _it _ip _ig _id
inside

into

inspire

 

it

if

is

ink

 

bin

sin

win

pin

fin

bit

fit

hit

lit

sit

lip

sip

dip

rip

jip

 

big

pig

dig

wig

fig

did

hid

lid

bid

kid

Read the sentences and listen to the i sound.

  1. The big pig sit in the bin.
  2. Jip hid a pin in the wig.
  3. The Kid fit the lid in the bin.
  4. Did pig win a fig?
  5. The wig fit the big bin.

Word search of I words using illustrations.   

                     

I D T I P B X
P S I H I I I
I I I D S S F
N T S I T I T
O I N I I N F
O D W F A I I
L I N F I G S
G K N I S N T
I I I T I H S
N I B P I R S

                         

 Use the word search above to find other I words that are not       illustrated.

          Activity  1.1j

                              for jump         

    Sight words

jar jet just Jog    
jam jersey June job
jaguar jelly july joy
Japan jerk jump jot

          Match the illustrations to the j words/name

.

 

jellyfish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jersey

 

 

jet

 
 

jump

 

 

jar

 

 

july

     

 

jot

      

 

joy

     

 

june

      

 

Japan


Read the sentences and listen to the j sound.

  1. The jogger jumped with joy.
  2. Just join the jump for joy
  3. Jolt the jade jam jar .
  4. The journo jot in his journal.
  5. Jan, june and july are months of the year.

Activity 1.1k

 

Kangaroo     

Sight Words

Ka_ Ke_ Ki_ Ko_ Ku_
kangaroo Key kiwi kosher Kung fu
karma keep kite koala kudu
karate kettle kick koran krugerrand
ketchup kind
keyboard kin
kernel kitchen

Fill in the crossword puzzle below by answering the questions. Refer to

Sight words and pictures for clue.

        Across                                                                                              Down.

1.    I am a _ _ I have 2 short front legs and 2 long           1.South African gold coin

back legs.

2. Children have fun with me.                                          2.I boil  water for tea/coffee           3. I unlock doors .                                                                3. A common fruit in New

Zealand

3. I spice up your french fries/fresh chips.                        3. What goes around comes

4. many people use me for self defence.                            Around.                                                                                                                                                                       5. You type on me.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

1 .K

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5.K

         2.K          
                 
                   
  3. K              
                 
                   
                   
      4.K            
                   

 
Activity  Ll

            Lion

          Sight words.

 _le  La_  Le_  Lo_  Li_
 male  lazy  let  log  lip
 sale  late  led  lot  lid
 pale  lane  leg  loss  live
 gale  lap  less  loaf  lift

          Read the sentences.

1.The lazy male lift the log.

  1. The loaf on sale is stale.
  2. The pale lady light the lamp.
  3. The log roll on the lane.
  4.   The lazy lion’s left leg is broken.

A                                                       B

L J l I L a e i o u y
I L I L l n m t z g s
l l L l l l b d c f h
l L l L J j q v w p r
L I l I L k r x a n n

 

Colour boxes with L red. (A)

Colour boxes with l green. (A)

          Use Ll in A and letters in B above to make  10 words.

  1. 1.  l +  e + g = leg.                                   6.
  2.                                                                    7.
  3.                                                         8.
  4.                                                         9.
  5.                                                        10.

Activity

Mm Monkey

Phonics

ma_ me_ Mi_ Mo_ Mu_ _am
mat

man

make

male

mate

mad

may

met

Meg

men

merge

mess

 

milk

mid

miss

mix

mill

mist

mob

mock

mold

monk

mole

most

more

much

must

mug

mule

multi

munch

mud

Dam

Jam

Sam

Pam

ram

 

Read the sentences.

  1. The mad monk munch mash mellows.
  2. Meg mix milk and mud.
  3. Pam met Sam at the dam.
  4. Many men miss mass.
  5. Man-made mug sat on the mat.
  6. Mad Max is a mate of Meg.

Draw a line to join the words that rhyme

Mat

 

mud
Munch

 

mix
 

mug

men
Made

 

dam
man

 

mate
jam

 

much
 

mist

mad

          Activity

                          nuts

          Sight words. Read and listen to the n sound.

Nails   name   nape   nave  net   nice   Nile   nest   night   nip    note   not   no    nose  noise  November    nuts    nurse    nod    number   nine   neat

 

Match the pictures/illustrations with the words/names given.

           

N_ _ _ _

 

N_ _ _ _

 
   

 

N_ _

 

 

N_ _ _ _

 
   

N_ _ _

 

 

N_ _ _ b _ _ _

 

 

N_ _ _ b_ _ _

   

N_ _ _

 

N_ _ _

 
   

N_ _ _

 

 

N_ _ _ _ _ _ _

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

N_ _ _ _

 

N_ _ _ _                                 

 

 

 

 

                       

   nurse              November           numbers           nine            nails           neck

   ninja                notebook            nest                   nose           net             notebook

         

          Colour the odd one out. The first is done for you.

 

1. ni_

 

nine  nice   Nile  [ninja]

 

2 .na_

 

Name  nape naive nave  

 

3. ne_

 

Neat net nest neck

 

4. no_

 

No not note noun notch

 

5. _in

 

Pin win  tin ten

 

6._an

 

Van pan ram ran

 

7._en

 

Ten pan pen hen

 

          Activity

Oo for     Octopus

Sight words. Read and listen to the o sound.

On       oil        oven       onion        oval      ocean     office     octopus     ostrich    orchard    old      okay    olive       open         oral       order     organic   object       original     organ      off       odd      offer       offence      of

         

          Match these.     

 

 

open

 

 

old

 

oven

 

 

owl

 

organs

 

 

octopus

 

 

ostrich

 

 

organ

 

 

orange

 

 

orchard

 

ocean

 

 

oar

 

 

ox

 

 

Olive oil

 

 

onion

 

 

oval

          Read the sentences and listen to the  o sounds.

  1. The dog jog on the log.
  2. Hop on the cot.
  3. The hot dog went pop.
  4. The dog nod at the cop.
  5. The mob rob the cob.

Read the Phonics and circle the odd one out.

 

Hot

 

Pot        dot          got             hit        not

 

top

 

Mop        tap       pop         cop         top

 

fog

 

Fig           bog        log         dog         hog

 

rod

 

Pod          cod       bud        sod         rod

 

rob

 

Cob           cab        sob       mob        job

 

ox

 

Fox        box        mix

 

Acrtiviy Pp

Pp  pig   

Sight words

  pa_      pe_     Pi_     Po_    Pu_      Pl_
  pan

panda

part

past

pass

pal

pay

 

     Pen

Pet

Pest

Pencil

Peg

Penny

perm

 

    Pin

Pick

Pill

Pick

Pickle

Piece

Pig

pillow

    Pot

Post

Poll

Pork

Poke

Point

Pole

polish

   Punk

Pub

Public

Pug

Pullet

Pulse

Punch

pumpkin

    Plate

Place

Plan

Plane

Plastic

Plain

Play

pledge

 

Read the sentences and listen to the p sound.

1. Polly put the plate on the pot.

2. Piggy the pig picks a pillow.

3. Penny paints her purse pink.

4. The panda play with the pumpkin.

5. Pinky pick a plain piece of plastic.

 

Match the following p illustrations/pictures with the  words/names given.

 

 

Plough

 

 

Pot

 

 

Pins

 

 

Pony

 

 

Pigs

 

 

Paper clip

 

 

Piano

 

 

Plane

 

Activity

Qq for   queen

Sight words.

Qa_ Qua_  Que_ Qui_  Quo_
  Qail

 

Quack

Quad

Quake

quarry

Queen

Queer

Quell

Quench

Quest

Queue

question

Quick

Quid

Quiet

Quit

Quite

Quill

quilt

Quote

Quota

 

 

Word search: Use the sight words for clue.

Q Q U O Q U E S T Q
U U E U Q Q E Q U U
E I I U U U Q A K I
L L I V E A D T C T
L T U T E R I O A E
Q Q O Q U R U U U B
K U T P E Y Q Q Q A
Q V L U U Q A I L Q
N E E U Q U E N C H
T S N O I T S E U Q

 

Activity

 

Rr for    rose

RAM

Sight words

Ra_ Re_ Ri_ Ro_ Ru_ Rea_

 

Rou_

 

Rat

Ran

Race

Ram

Rack

Radio

Rage

rate

Rest

Rent

Recite

Receive

Recipe

Recess

Record

revenge

Rift

Rid

Rig

Rich

Rib

Riddle

Rim

ring

Rob

Rock

Rose

Role

Robot

Rocket

roll

romance

Rude

Ruth

Ruler

Rung

Rugby

Rug

Rubbish

rubble

Reap

Read

Real

Ream

Reach

Reason

 

 

Rough

Round

Route

 

 

 

 

 

 

          Read the sentences

          1.The rough rider rode through the red robot.

  1. The radio reports Ruth’s rocket romance.
  2. Little red riding hood ran through the rain forest.
  3. Rude rats ate the rusty rice.
  4. The real rule about rulers is to be straight.
  5. The ruler Rufus reside in Rustenburg.

Match pictures/illustraions.

 

Rocket

 

Ruler

 

 

Reptile

Ring

 

 

 

Reptile

Robots

 

Raft

Rooster

 

Rocks

Road

 

 

Rabbit

Radio

 

Rat

Ribs

 

Rhinocerous

Recipe

 

Rose

room

 

          Activity

                             for snake

          Sight  words

Sa_ Se_ Si_ So_ Su_ Sea_
Sat

Safe

Sale

Say

Sand

Sample

Same

Sam

Sail

sank

Set

Secret

Second

Secure

Seed

Self

Sellotape

Seminar

Sense

sent

Sit

Sin

Signature

Silk

Similar

Silver

Simmer

Simple

Silly

since

Sober

Socks

Sole

Song

Soft

Sold

Solo

Some

Son

solve

Sun

Sub

Sum

Success

Suffer

Sulk

Such

Sudden

Suggest

summer

Sea

Seal

Seat

Season

Seam

search

Unscramble the words use sight words and pictures for clue.

   

aneks

lats

 

 

pish

lefsh

 

post gins

eatss

 

tarss

roofing etehss

 

eas

oopsns

 

evens

eniws

          Word building. Use sight words and the alphabet below for clues.

  Soa_ Sea_ _ss Sa_ Sh_ St_
1.

2.

3.

1.

2.

3.

1.

2.

3.

1.

2.

3.

1.

2.

3.

1.

2.

3.

 

q w e r t y
k l p o i u
j h g f d s
b v c x z a
n m

         

          Activity

                      tap

Sight words

Ta_ Te_ Ti_ To_ Tu_ Th_
Take

Taste

Tale

Tame

Tape

Talk

Tail

Table

tank

Tea

Tear

Tease

Teach

Team

Teddy

Teenager

Teeth

temple

Tin

Till

Tie

Tiger

Timber

Tile

Ticket

Tickle

tick

Told

Toe

Toll

Tone

Took

Tonic

Toss

Toilet

token

Tuna

Tuition

Turf

Turn

Turkey

Tug

Tutor

Turtle

tussle

 

Theft

Thug

This

Them

The

Thank

Think

Thatch

Then

third

          Word search use  sight words  and pictures below.

K P T R E H C A E T
N O O T N E H T T O
  I T O E O A T U G I
H Y P A T T N O T L
T R E E S O T E A E
H E O S I T H T E T
T N E T I E E H A T
O T I E U A T S T S
O U T P M T E E T H
T E L E V I S I O N

 

          Complete the sentences choose the correct picture.

  1. I drink _ _ _ _           / .
  2. I watch _ _ _ _ _ _            / .
  3. I travel with a _ _ _   / .
  4. I wear a _ _ _ _               / .
  5. I toast bread with a _ _ _ /

Activity

          umbrella

Sight words

umbrella    under    up     us   utter   usher  upon   unto   untie   unpleasant   unrest

 

          Phonics Read the words and listen to the U sound.

U Nut  bus  Gus  but  hug  fun  cut  sun  mud  dug  up  pup  tub  tug  bug   dub  cub

          Fill in the missing _u_

_ut _un _ug _ub Um _ud
c_ _

b_ _

n_ _

g_ _

h_ _

b_ _

r_ _

f_ _

s_ _

n_ _

b_ _

r_ _

m_ _

t_ _

h_ _

d_ _

t_ _

h_ _

c_ _

p_  _

r_ _

s_ _

s_ _

h_ _

m_ _

g_ _

r_ _

b_ _

m_ _

th_ _

          Unjumble each word and write it in its box

 
   
     
       
 

  ubr                                           rgu                               dub

 

 
   

                      cbu

          Read the story and listen to the u sound.

          Gus sat on a gutter and sung a funny song to hub her pup.

Hub dug in the mud and jumped up to hug Gus.

They fell on the rug with a thud and had fun.

1.Who is Gus? / . Gus is a d_ _ .

  1. Hub is the / .P_ _

3.A   where they were playing is called a r _ _.

Activity

vest

Sight words

Va_ Ve_ Vi_ Vo_ Vu_
Van

Vase

Valentine(val)

Value

Valley

Vacuum

Vacant

vain

Very

Vest

Vet

Vent

Verse

vein

Vic

Vice

Vibe

View

Vinegar

village

Vote

Volume

Voice

Void

Vomit

Vowel

vow

Vulgar

vulture

Word search use the sight words and pictures/illustrations for clues.

                                                                                                                                             

E V O L M U U C A V
V I V O L U M E E E
E C V U V V E N T G
R T E V L E I I V E
A O G V O T E E V T
G R A V N R U V I A
E Y L E V A V R B B
N V L E W O V V E L
I A I O V V E R S E
V V V O M I T S E V

                                                                                                                                             

          The words in this wall are all missing the letter V. Fill in the letter using the sight words.

_an _olume _alentine _ote _omit _egetables _owel _ase
_ulture _acuum _inegar _et _ein _ery _est
_acant __alley _illage _oice _ulture _ulgar _ibe

Read the words above for spellings.

          Activity.

           Ww  Window

Sight words

Wait   waist    wafer    wake    waiter    wage    wag      walk     wallet    wave  wash

          Phonics

Wa_ We_ wi Wo_ Wr_
Wait

Waist

Wake

Wave

wage

Wet

West

Went

Well

Web

Wed

Will

Win

Wig

Widow

Window

Willy

wind

Wood

Woman

Won

Wore

wont

 

Write

Wrist

Wrong

Wrote

wring

          Read the story.

      The wicked Witch lived in the woods. She wore a wooden wig and carried a wet bag on her waist.

She waved  at the Widow who lived behind the wall. The Widow would wait by her window

for the Witch. One day the wind came and blew the Witch to the West. The woman waited

and when the Witch did not wave, she knew something was wrong and she went to the woods to

look for the Witch.

Answer the questions.

  1. The W_ _ _ _ lived behind the w_ _ _ .
  2. The Witch wore a W_ _ _ _ _ w_ _ and carried a w_ _ bag on her w_ _ _ _.
  3. The Witch was blwon by the west/wind.
  4. The Witch/Widow would wait by the w_ _ _ _ _ .
  5. The Witch blew the woman to the west. True/False.

Use the Phonic and Sight words to build this wall.

w_ _ w_ _ _ n W_ n_ _in_ _w W_ _ t _a_ _ t w_d.
W_ n W_ _o_ W_ _ _ h W_ _n_ _oo_ _ _ ke _ _ ge
w_ v_ W_ _ _ y w_ _ _ e _ _ll _on w_ r_ w_g

                                                                                                                                                          

          Activity

                  xylophone

          Sight words

x-ray           x-mass              xylophone           Xerox        xenon           xylem      ( )

          Use the sight words to label these pictures.

                                        

          X-_ _ Y                    _ -m_ _ _ tree          x_ _ _ phone                   _ -man

Read the story.

The X-man axed the x-mass tree with an axe.

The brown fox fixed the x-mass tree with

wax and a mixture of bright lights filled the sky.

The Witch put a hex on the x-man for his hoax.

Underline the correct answer.

  1. The fox axed the X-mass tree. True/False
  2. The x-man axed the tree with wax. True/False.
  3. The fox fixed the tree with wax. True/False.
  4. The fox colour is black/brown.
  5. The bright wax filled the sky. True/False.
  6. The Witch put wax/hex on the x-man.

          Activity.

                             york

          Sight words.

Ya_ Ye_ Yi_ Yo_ Yu_
Yatch

Yahoo

Yak

Yam

Yankee

Yard

yarn

Year

Yeah

Yep

yearn

Yellow

Yes

Yesterday

Yet

Yid

Yield

Yin

Yip-pee

Yoga

Yogi

Yoghurt

Yoke

Yolk

Yo-yo

Yum

 

 

 

Label these pictures. Select the words from the middle.

_ _k  

Yolk

yarn

_ _ke
_o_o  

Yellow

yoga

_ _ _k
 

_ _ g_

 

Yard

yam

 

_ _rn

 

_ _rd

 

Yoghurt

yak

_ _ _ _ _w
Y_ _ _ _ _ _  

Yoke

yoyo

_ _m

Word search. Use sight words for clue.

Y S Y O S N R A E Y
P E Y E L L O W O I
E Y S M U Y O G A D
Y O U T O Y H A E Y
E Y O K E U A H Y A
E O A Y R R Y C D R
K Y O T U A D T I N
N I G O Y E R A Y S
A Y Y O Y A Y Y E
Y E A R N Y Y T E Y

 

Activity

       

          Sight words

Za_ Ze_ Zi_ Zo_ Zu_
Zap

zany

Zebra

Zebu

Zen

Zero

Zest

 

Zig-zag

Zinc

Zip

Zinger

zion

Zimbabwe

 

Zone

Zoo

Zoom

Zodiac

Zorro

zulu

          Match these.

 

 

Zoo

 

 

Zucchini

 

 

Zebu

 

 

Zero

 

 

Zebra

   

 

Zimbabwe

                

 

 

Zorro

          Read the short story.

The zealous Zebra lives in the Zoo. Zorro rides the Zebu to chase the crook.

He zaps the crook who zips his bag to hide the Zucchini. A yoga Zen has zero worries.

Underline the correct answer.

  1. The Zorro/Zebra lives in the Zoo.
  2. Zebra chases the crook. True/False
  3. Zorro hides the Zucchini. True/False
  4. The crook zips Zorro. True/False
  5. Zorro rides a Zebu. True/False
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