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Letterland Fix-it Phonics makes learning English fun and easy to remember. Level 3 includes: 4 Level 1 review - (Aa-Zz) sounds & shapes 4 Level 2 review - 26 digraphs 4 More new digraphs & trigraphs 4 More listening and speaking skills 4 More blending and segmenting 4 More high frequency words.
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Student Book 1
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Fix-it Phonics - Level 3 - Workbook 2
Fix-it Phonics - Level 3
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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Find the objects that include Walter Walrus next to Harry Hat Man. Tick a box as you find each one.
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Draw lines from Walter Walrus and Harry Hat Man to the things that include Walter saying w! Circle the one that doesnâ€™t.
Think of a wh word and draw it.
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Draw a line around the wh words in the grid below. They go across and down.
s w h i t e
w h e a t w
a i d w s h
r s w h y e
Can you find one more wh word in the grid? Copy it on to the lines. 4
p t o a a e
i l n l c l
f e m e o u
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Sometimes Harry gets annoyed at Walter and splashes him back with a bucket of water. Then Walter is too surprised to speak. This is why at times you will hear Harry’s ‘hhh’ sound instead.
Read these sentences. Who is talking in each one? Draw lines to join the sentence to the correct Letterlander.
I make noise! Who am I?
I fly up in the sky. Who am I?
I like to dance. Who am I?
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Write wh on the lines to complete these words.
Can you think of any more wh words? 6
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Fill in the missing words to complete the sentences. The words you need are in the yellow space below.
has a shirt?
are the carâ€™s
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You can write even more words now! Write the correct letters on the lines to make the words.
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Read and trace the words below. Then draw the picture.
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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 wh words. Search for all the ph words.
See how much you can read!
* Don’t forget that in words like who and whose you’ll just hear Harry saying his ‘h...’ sound.
“I wonder what my friends are doing today?” said Eddy Elephant.
Eddy picked up his telephone. First, he called Clever Cat.
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“What are you doing today?” asked Eddy.
“I’m looking at photographs,” said Clever Cat. 6
Then Eddy phoned Tess. “Where are you?” he asked.
“I’m at the beach,” she said. “Why are you there?” asked Eddy.
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“I’m going whale watching,” said Tess. 9
When Eddy phoned Peter it was very noisy. 10
“I’m at the farm!” called Peter. “I’m in a wheat field!”
Next Eddy phoned Bouncy Ben. “What are you doing, Ben?”
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“I’m making a trophy for the Letterland show,” said Ben.
“Which of my friends shall I visit?” said Eddy.
Eddy Elephant packed a bag and went out. Soon he arrived at the beach. While Tess was whale watching Eddy spotted a dolphin!
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Draw lines to join the Letterlanders to the correct pictures. Then write wh or ph on the lines to complete the words.
in eat istle ale
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Write these wh and ph words on the dotted lines.
e Breaker! R ul
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About the Family
is with his
is with .
m le Re inder
The Letterlanders are with their families. Look at the pictures and complete the sentences.
is with his .
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Reading and Writing Test Read the questions and draw lines to match them to the answers. The first one has been done for you. Where is the shop?
No, it’s sunny today.
What time do you go to bed?
It’s next to the bank.
What is his job?
I like elephants and cows!
Is it raining?
At 8 o’clock.
Which animals do you like?
He is a waiter.
Complete these sentences. Use the words at the bottom to help. 1. “
, Ben. How are
2. “What’s the
, Max?” “I’ve
3. “Do you
4. “ Hello
ice cream?” “
is my No
?” “It’s arm
the table.” bag
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Read these sentences and put them in the correct order to make a short story. Write a number in each box to show the correct order. Second, she adds more things. She adds carrots into the bowl, too.
Clever Cat is making a cake. First she puts eggs in a bowl.
Mmmm... She eats a lovely slice of carrot cake.
She stirs it. Then she cooks it.
Draw a picture of what Clever Cat has made.
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Harry Hat Man
Yellow Yo-yo Man
Lucy Lamp Light
Zig Zag Zebra
The final level of the Fix-It Phonics system reviews and develops on what was learnt in the first two levels and introduces more advanced sp...