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Letterland Fix-it Phonics makes learning English fun and easy to remember. Level 2 introduces: 4 (Aa-Zz) Sounds & shapes review 4 26 digraphs / new spelling patterns 4 Essential English grammar 4 Essential English vocabulary 4 Understanding spoken English 4 Speaking in English. Support material
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Student Book 1
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Fix-it Phonics - Level 2 - Workbook 2
Fix-it Phonics - Level 1
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Teacherâ€™s Guide & Assessment
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Key to Symbols
These symbols are used to show how to approach the activities on each page. w write bo
Make the letter shape lots of times with different colours. Colour or draw the picture.
Use a pencil to complete the exercise.
Use a pencil to circle the correct answer.
This symbol shows that the child will benefit from a teacher or parent helping. There may be words or sentences that the child is not expected to read at this stage.
Handwriting Position Make sure that every child has a sharpened pencil and a set of coloured crayons. Help them to hold their pencil correctly. Left-handed
Finger tips 4cm from tip of pencil ge ed e d si
Finger tips 2cm from tip of pencil ge ed
r pe Pa 30 Table edge
m otto rb e p Pa 20 Table edge
Elbows off the table
Chair slightly tilted
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Remember, lots of praise and encouragement helps make the shared experience fun!
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Look for the words where Magic e has made Mr O appear. Then colour the picture.
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Can you hear Mr O in these words? Circle the object where you canâ€™t hear Mr O saying his name.
Think of an o-e word and draw it.
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Circle the o-e word that rhymes in each row.
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Draw lines to join each picture with the correct word.
rope nose rose phone robe smoke 5
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Write o-e on the lines to complete these words.
r p sm k n s ph n r s 6
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Can you find Magic e making Mr O appear in these words? Underline them.
He smells a rose with his nose.
It is a smoke free zone. 7
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Find the words that include Mr O and Mr A out walking. Tick a box as you find each one.
Draw lines from Mr O and Mr A to the things that include them out walking. Circle the one that doesnâ€™t.
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w write bo
Think of an oa word and draw it.
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Circle the bars of soap with oa in them. Cross out the ones without.
oa ou oa
How many bars of soap did you circle? Trace over the correct number below.
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Draw a line around the oa words in the grid below. They go across and down.
h p y g e i
a m b o a t
z g d a i n
c o a t k s
d a v s o o
u l b f e a
r o a d a p
Can you find one more oa word in the grid? Copy it on to the lines. 11
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Write oa on the lines to complete these words.
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Can you find Mr O and Mr A out walking in these sentences? Underline them.
The soap is on the coat.
The goat is on the road. 13
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Find the objects that include Mr O saying his name so loudly that Walter Walrus is too surprised to speak. Tick a box as you find each one.
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Draw lines from Mr O and Walter Walrus to the things that include them. Circle the one that doesnâ€™t.
Think of an ow word and draw it.
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Draw lines to join the jigsaw pieces with their place in the big picture.
4 Which ow word can you see in picture 2? Write it on the lines. 16
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Write oa or ow on the lines to complete these words.
sn oa ow
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Write ow on the lines to complete these words.
wind sn b elb yell 18
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Can you find Mr O and Walter Walrus in these sentences? Underline them.
The snow is on the window.
This is a big yellow bowl. 19
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ry tim o t e search! S 1.
Look at the pictures and see if you can guess what the story is about.
Read the story together.
Search for all the o-e words. Search for all the oa words. Search for all the ow words.
See how much you can read!
Golden Girl likes to grow big green and yellow marrows.
But a goat got into the garden and ate the marrow! Bad goat!
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“Go away from the garden. Bad, bad goat!”
“That marrow was for the Letterland show!” 6
The goat went slowly to the road. Kicking King went by in his coach.
The King stopped and spoke to Clever Cat. The goat ate his red coat!
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Then the goat ate Clever Catâ€™s yellow coat. 9
The goat went to the lake. Bouncy Ben sat in his boat. 10
The goat ate a rope. But Bouncy Ben needed the rope!
Then the goat went to an open window. Tess had made toast.
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Harry Hat Man
Yellow Yo-yo Man
Lucy Lamp Light
Zig Zag Zebra