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Phonic dictation Book A Published by R.I.C. Publications® 2011 under licence to PLD Organisation Pty. Ltd. Copyright© 2011 PLD Organisation Pty. Ltd. This revised version copyright© R.I.C. Publications® 2013

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ISBN 978-1-921750-59-5 RIC–6333 Titles available in this series: Phonic dictation Book A (Ages 6–7) Phonic dictation Book B (Ages 7–8) Phonic dictation Book C (Ages 8–9) Phonic dictation Book D (Ages 9–10)

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Foreword Phonic dictation is a series of four books designed to develop students’ ability to transfer phonic and spelling skills to extended reading and to writing tasks. It focuses on handwriting, letter formation and correct pencil grip and posture. Speech pathologists, occupational therapists and teachers collaborated in the development of this valuable resource. A short and simple-to-administer placement test can be used to identify at which dictation passage each student in your class should start. Students complete five tasks for each phonic dictation passage in the book.

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Teachers notes ................................................................................................................................................v – vi Overview of phonic dictation resources for Books A–D .................................................................................. vii Dictation program placement test..............................................................................................................viii – x Tips for teachers and parents – How to assist students when reading and writing....................................... xi The first step to establishing letter formation is having the right posture ....................................................... xii Pencil grip – What is a good pencil grip?.....................................................................................................xiii What is NOT a good pencil grip? ........................................................................................... xiv Position of paper ..................................................................................................................................................xv Am I ready to write? ........................................................................................................................................... xvi Target 1: Dictation passage tasks that primarily involve the application of alphabet VC and CVC words ........................................................................................................................... 1 CVC – Pat Pam the dog ................................................................................................................2–3 CVC – The man Tom .......................................................................................................................4–5 CVC – My dog.................................................................................................................................6–7 CVC – Dad’s bag ...........................................................................................................................8–9 CVC – Jog in the sun ..................................................................................................................10–11 CVC – Pig in a wig ......................................................................................................................12–13 CVC – Ben and his pets..............................................................................................................14–15 CVC – Get a rat ..........................................................................................................................16–17 CVC – Ron’s bet..........................................................................................................................18–19 CVC – The cut leg .......................................................................................................................20–21 CVC – Yum, yum, yum! ..............................................................................................................22–23 CVC – Tom likes red ....................................................................................................................24–25 CVC – My bad pet .....................................................................................................................26–27 CVC – I am a ...? .........................................................................................................................28–29 CVC – Ron and his cat ...............................................................................................................30–31 Checklist for progressing to Target 2 ............................................................................................. 32 Target 2: Dictation passage tasks that primarily involve the application of phonic concepts sh, ch, th, oo, ee and ck to CVC words. ....................................................................................... 33 sh – Trish and her fish ..................................................................................................................34–35 sh – Going fishing ........................................................................................................................36–37 sh – The shut shop .......................................................................................................................38–39 sh – Bob’s shop ...........................................................................................................................40–41 ch – Cash in a chest ...................................................................................................................42–43 ch – Rod and his chum ..............................................................................................................44–45 ch and sh – Rich Chad ..............................................................................................................46–47 th – My pet moths .......................................................................................................................48–49 th - Beth’s maths .........................................................................................................................50–51 short oo – Mook’s book ..............................................................................................................52–53 short oo – The good cook ..........................................................................................................54–55 long oo – Food in the zoo ..........................................................................................................56–57 long oo – Roo’s tooth .................................................................................................................58–59 ee – Leech and Eel.....................................................................................................................60–61 ee – The deep reef .....................................................................................................................62–63 ck – Bad luck ...............................................................................................................................64–65 ck – A stack of food ...................................................................................................................66–67 Checklist for progressing to Target 3 ............................................................................................. 68 See over for Targets 3 and 4

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Contents continued Dictation passage tasks that primarily involve the application of CCVC and CVCC words ............................................................................................................ 69 CCVC – The club f lag.................................................................................................................70–71 CCVC – Fred’s trip ......................................................................................................................72–73 CCVC – Fred’s grin at Brad ........................................................................................................74–75 CCVC – A crab’s plan ................................................................................................................76–77 CCVC – A frog and a grub ........................................................................................................78–79 CCVC – A fresh plump plum .....................................................................................................80–81 CCVC – Fran’s dress ...................................................................................................................82–83 CVCC – Frank’s bump ................................................................................................................84–85 CVCC – The tent in the wind .....................................................................................................86–87 CVCC – A skunk’s hunt ...............................................................................................................88–89 CVCC – Gold, gold, gold...........................................................................................................90–91 CVCC – Think pink.......................................................................................................................92–93 CVCC – It stinks ...........................................................................................................................94–95 CVCC – Junk at a dump............................................................................................................96–97 Checklist for progressing to Target 4 ............................................................................................. 98

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Dictation passage tasks that primarily involve the application of the phonic concepts ar, or, ay, ai, oy, oi and er. ............................................................................................................. 99 ar – The farmer’s party ...........................................................................................................100–101 ar – A snarling shark ................................................................................................................102–103 ar – Mark at the market .........................................................................................................104–105 ar – A garden party ................................................................................................................106–107 or – The black horse ...............................................................................................................108–109 or – Food on my fork...............................................................................................................110–111 or – The storm in the corn ......................................................................................................112–113 ay – Today is Sunday ..............................................................................................................114–115 ay – A play day.......................................................................................................................116–117 ay – Ray’s X-ray.......................................................................................................................118–119 ai – The wet snail .....................................................................................................................120–121 ai – The red train .....................................................................................................................122–123 ai – A sailing snail and a quail ...............................................................................................124–125 oy – Roy and Troy ...................................................................................................................126–127 oy – Boys at play .....................................................................................................................128–129 oi – Moist soil ...........................................................................................................................130–131 oi – With joined hands ............................................................................................................132–133 oi – Noise, noise, noise ...........................................................................................................134–135 er – My sister’s letter ................................................................................................................136–137 er – The lost jumper .................................................................................................................138–139 er – I must do better ...............................................................................................................140–141

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Appendix ........................................................................................................................................................... 143 Template for Task 4: Copying and writing ...........................................................................144–145 Template for Task 5: Dictation ...............................................................................................146–147 Templates for Tasks 4 and 5 using different line width and spacing.................................148–155

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Teachers notes Each phonic dictation passage involves five tasks that support student learning:

Task 1

Reading practice

Students read the title and the story.

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Error identification and correction

There are up to 12 word, spelling and punctuation errors for students to identify and correct in the spaces provided on the page. The number of errors in the passage is specified at the beginning of each task.

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Students demonstrate their understanding of the passage by illustrating as much as they can of the story, then adding word labels.

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Students copy the story they have read, focusing on correct posture, pencil grip and letter formation.

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There are templates on pages 144 and 145 that can be used for this task.

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The story is dictated. Students need to listen carefully and remember the spelling, punctuation and writing practised when completing Tasks 1–4. There are templates on pages 146 and 147 that can be used for dictation.

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Teachers notes – A note from the author What happens when correct spelling of test words does not transfer to writing? Have you noticed how students often write words correctly in spelling tests but struggle when applying their new knowledge to written work? Do you wonder why this happens? As a general rule, students require many opportunities to rehearse their skills in contexts of increasing complexity. This means if classroom teachers focus on spelling primarily at a single-word level, the transfer to everyday usage will never be guaranteed.

A handy tool for teachers and parents

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Dictation tasks require minimal preparation, but hold the potential of producing significant gains in student performance. Dictation improves the following skills: • listening • handwriting

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• auditory memory • language • spelling.

Crowd control is essential!

First and foremost, dictation requires students’ attention. Teachers are required to impose ‘crowd control’ discipline measures in their classes and remind their students what constitutes ‘good’ listening behaviour.

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2. When presenting dictation tasks, consider the length of each section verbalised and the number of times the section is repeated before (or while) the students transcribe. The shorter the section, the less challenging the dictation task. 3. Repetition of the dictated sections will reduce the memory requirement and make the task less challenging. It is recommended that, over time, the length of each section is gradually extended and the amount of repetition is gradually reduced. This helps students apply greater levels of auditory processing and memory.

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The dictation range focuses on a variety of spelling and phonics concepts. As students complete the dictation tasks, they are faced with the challenge of applying their recently acquired spelling concepts to the rewriting of passages. This should improve their ability to transfer spelling concepts to their own writing.

Dictation produces significant gains When presented on a regular basis, dictation tasks hold the potential to produce significant gains in a range of areas. Importantly, dictation assists in the translation of spelling list words to students’ self-generated writing. BA(Ed), BEd, CPP(UK), MEd, MSc(SpPath)

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Overview of phonic dictation resources for Books A–D Phonic dictation Book A – for 6- to 7-year-olds Contains dictation tasks that primarily involve the application of: Target 1: Alphabet VC and CVC words Target 2: Phonic concepts—sh, ch, th, oo, ee, ck—to CVC words Target 3: Blends of CCVC and CVCC words Target 4: Phonic concepts: ar, or, ay, ai, oy, oi, er.

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Phonic dictation Book B – for 7- to 8-year-olds

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Contains dictation tasks that primarily involve the application of: Target 1: Book A phonic concept revision: sh, ch, th, oo, ee, ck, ar, or, ay, ai, er, ing, oy, oi and all Target 2: Consonant clusters and double consonants Target 3: Long vowels: a–e, e–e, i–e, o–e, u–e Target 4: Phonic concepts: oa, ow (mow), ir (third), ur (burn), er, aw (draw), or, ea (teach), ee, ou, ow (town), ew (screw), oo, ue (blue), y (puppy), kn, y (spy).

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Contains dictation tasks that primarily involve the application of: Target 1: A selection of Book A and Book B phonic concept revision: bi and tri consonant clusters, kn, or, aw, ea, ee, y, ly, oo, ue, ew, ai, ay, ow, o-e, oe, oa, ou, er, ir, ur, and squ Target 2: Phonemic spelling strategy and phonic concepts: igh, y, i-e, tch, ch, ge, dge, ea, ear, eer, ore, oar, oor, our and silent b Target 3: Onset and rime spelling strategy and phonic concepts: ace, ice, air, are, ear, eer, ould and alk Target 4: Syllabic spelling strategy and phonic concepts: le (ble, dle, f le, gle, kle, ple, tle, zle), ey, y, be, qu, ph, or, and any.

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Phonic dictation Book D – for 9- to 10-year-olds

Contains dictation tasks that primarily involve the application of: Target 1: A selection of Book C phonic concept revision: tch, igh, dge, ge, ey, y, kle, tle, ble, dle, gle, ple, f le, zle, qu, ph, be, silent b and ea Target 2: Spelling involving phonic concepts that change their most regular form: a (mask), a (swan), c (city), ch (ache), g (gentle), o (month), s (sugar), or (work), u (super and human), u (busy), y (shy and symbol) Target 3: Spelling phonic concepts that incorportate phonemic and/or syllabic spelling strategies: age, ture, ear, au, augh and ough, tion and sion, ation and ician, ain, ie, ei, use, our, ous, ine and sure Target 4: Decoding and spelling that involves silent letter phonic concepts: silent t, silent c, silent l, silent u and silent w. R.I.C. Publications® www.ricpublications.com.au

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Dictation program placement test The following non-standardised spelling test can also be used to establish a general starting point for the use of Phonic dictation.

Task instructions Adult says: ‘I want you to write a list of words. They start off easy and become more difficult. I will put each word into a sentence so you understand what each means, but I only want you to write the word and not the whole sentence’.

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The sun is very bright today.

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The lawnmower is kept in the garden shed.

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During his diet, the man became quite thin.

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such

It is such a hot day today.

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foot

I put a shoe on my left foot.

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The lake looked very dark and deep.

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The racing car sped around the track.

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flag

There was no wind, so the flag didn’t fly.

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drop

A drop of rain landed on my head.

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I held tight so that I wouldn’t fall.

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The band played very good music.

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dinner

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soil

The seed was planted in some soil.

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Three girls and a boy played in the park.

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I had jam on my toast.

Yesterday, it was wet and rainy.

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Blue paint was used to paint the house.

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Dinner is the main meal eaten at night.

Scoring/Interpretation: If the student spells any words incorrectly, within a single target, then he/she requires spelling intervention at that particular stage.

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Tips for teachers and parents … How to assist students when reading • Most importantly, ensure the students have fun and enjoy reading the simple and sometimes silly stories. • Encourage students to go slowly and not rush the reading practice. Always remember to praise students’ early reading efforts. • Encourage students to ‘sound out’ (decode) unfamiliar words. Typically, students require multiple opportunities to decode before whole-word (or ‘sight-word’) reading is achieved.

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• If students are finding the visual element of reading difficult, it is recommended adults use a bookmark to assist students to focus on the word or words being read. Another technique that supports the visual aspects of reading is to enlarge the worksheets from an A4 to A3. – read the focus story several times on the same day; or – read the focus story every day over a week.

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• Some students require additional reading practice. If this is the case:

Remember, with short and frequent practice, reading skills development typically follows.

How to assist students when writing

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• Most importantly, ensure the students have fun and enjoy the rewriting of the simple and sometimes silly stories. Make sure students do not rush the writing process. Always remember to praise students’ early writing efforts. •

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sounding out words

pointing to a desk strip or chart to prompt the recall of alphabet and/or phonic patterns

prompting correct letter formation (e.g. ‘Start at the top and go down’).

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• Initially allow students to write each word with a different coloured pencil. In this way, while developing the ability to write sentences with spaces (or finger spaces) between words, the use of colour helps students see where each word starts and finishes. • Some students require additional writing practice. If this is the case: –

read the focus story several times. The more familiar a student is with the content of the story, the easier it should be to engage in writing it

rewrite the focus story each day over a week.

Remember, with short and frequent practice, writing skill development follows. • Finally, ask students to read their dictated story back to an adult before finishing the task.

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The first step to establishing letter formation is having the right posture A great sitting position at the desk

A great standing position

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• for both feet flat on the floor • for forearms that are resting comfortably on the desk

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• that weight is evenly distributed over both feet • that the feet are approximately shoulder width apart • for a trunk that is fairly straight.

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• that the back is straight and leaning forward slightly, not slumped over the desk or slouched back in the chair.

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Pencil grip It is much easier to introduce and reinforce the proper way to hold a pencil than to try to change an inefficient style after the child has used it for several years. Handwriting difficulties can be avoided in later years if there is an early emphasis on developing fine motor skills, learning how to hold a pencil and regular practice.

The shaft of the pencil should rest gently in the webspace. Children can check to see if their pencil is ‘lying back on its pillow’.

What is a good pencil grip? • The pencil shaft is held between the pads of the index finger and the thumb of the dominant hand.

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• Make an ‘okay’ sign with fingers. Place the pencil between the thumb and index fingers, then drop the middle ring and little fingers under the pencil. The last joint of the middle finger sits next to the index finger so it can support the underside of the pencil.

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A proper pencil grip is stable and comfortable, and movements are • The middle finger sits along side the produced by the smaller muscles of the index finger, supporting the underside fingers rather than the whole hand. One of the pencil. important feature of this type of grip is an open and rounded web space (the space • The ring and little fingers curl gently into the palm. formed by the thumb and index finger). It is much harder to move a pencil with • There is an open, fairly circular web finger movements if it is closed. space formed by the thumb and index finger. This is where the pencil There are a number of ways to encourage shaft rests. the right grip. For example: • Sometimes the pad of the middle finger is on the pencil, too; this is acceptable if the web space remains open.

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Pencil grip (continued)

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Position of paper Tilt the paper

Hold the paper down

Before starting to write, it is a good idea to position the paper so that the children can see their work as they go, and can maintain the correct hand position for writing.

Make sure that the non-dominant hand is helping by stabilising the paper.

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Am I ready to write?

Do I have good posture? • Sitting back in my chair • Back straight and leaning slightly forward

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Do I have good pencil grip? The pencil is held between the pads of my index finger and thumb.

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Now I am ready to write.

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CVC Dictation passage 1: Pat Pam the dog

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Read the story.

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CVC Dictation passage 1: Pat Pam the dog

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Date: Identify errors and correct them.

(a) Find 10 spelling or punctuation errors and correct them.

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CVC Dictation passage 2: The man Tom

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Task 1

Reading practice

Read the story.

The man Tom

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r o e t s Bo r e Tom was in bed. Tom had ao nap. Tom p u k S got up. Tom went for a run. Tom was hot and red.

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Name: Task 3

Date: Identify errors and correct them.

(a) Find 10 spelling or punctuation errors and correct them.

The man Tom

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r o e t s Bo r e p ok u Tom was Sit bed Tom hid a nap Tom get up Tom wet for a run Tom was

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CVC Dictation passage 3: My dog

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Task 1

Reading practice

Read the story.

My dog

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r o e t s B r e ooI fed my My dog did beg. I fed my dog. p u k S dog ham. I fed my dog lots. He had lots and lots of hot ham. My dog is a big fat dog.

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CVC Dictation passage 3: My dog

Name: Task 3

Date: Identify errors and correct them.

(a) Find 10 spelling or punctuation errors and correct them.

My dog

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r o e t s Bo r e p ok u My dog S did big I fed my dog I fed my dog him I fed my dig lots He had

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CVC Dictation passage 4: Dad’s bag

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Task 1

Reading practice

Read the story.

Dad’s bag

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r o e t s B r e oobig. In Dad had a bag. The bag was p u k S the bag Dad had a net, a pot, a pan

and a mug. Dad had lots in his bag.

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CVC Dictation passage 4: Dad’s bag

Name: Task 3

Date: Identify errors and correct them.

(a) Find 10 word, spelling or punctuation errors and correct them.

Dad’s bag

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r o e t s Bo r e p ok u Dad hadSa bag The big was big At

the bag Dab had a nop, a pot, a pan

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CVC Dictation passage 5: Jog in the sun

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Task 1

Reading practice

Read the story.

Jog in the sun

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r o e t s B r e oo for a A man went for a jog. He went p u k S jog in the sun. The man went for a

big jog. He went for a big jog in the hot sun. The man got hot and red. The man had to sit. © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons •f orr evi ew pur posesonl y• Reading comprehension

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Name: Task 3

Date: Identify errors and correct them.

(a) Find 10 spelling or punctuation errors and correct them.

Jog in the sun

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r o e t s Bo r e p ok u A man went S for a jog He wnt for a jog in the sun The man wet for a

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CVC Dictation passage 6: Pig in a wig

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Task 1

Reading practice

Read the story.

Pig in a wig

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r o e t s Bo A pig in r e in the sun. A pig in a wigpsat ok u S the mud. A pig in a wig a wig sat in

went for a dip. Then the wet pig sat in the sun.

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CVC Dictation passage 6: Pig in a wig

Name: Task 3

Date: Identify errors and correct them.

(a) Find 10 word, spelling or punctuation errors and correct them.

Pig in a wig

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r o e t s Bo r e p ok u A pig inS a wig sit in the sun A pig in wig sat it the mud A pig in a wep

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CVC Dictation passage 7: Ben and his pets

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Task 1

Reading practice

Read the story.

Ben and his pets

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r o e t s B r e oopig. Ben Ben had a pet dog and a pet p u k S had a pet rat and a pet ram. But Ben did not have a pet hen. Ben was sad. © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons Draw the story. (b) Add some labels. •f orr evi ew pur posesonl y•

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CVC Dictation passage 7: Ben and his pets

Name: Task 3

Date: Identify errors and correct them.

(a) Find 12 word, spelling or punctuation errors and correct them.

Ben and his pets

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r o e t s Bo r e p ok u Ben ham Sa pet bog and a pet pog. Ben had a pit rat and a pot ram But ben

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CVC Dictation passage 8: Get a rat

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Task 1

Reading practice

Read the story.

Get a rat

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r o e t s Bo r ea rat. The A cat had to p get cat got a o u k S net. The cat ran and the rat ran. The cat got the rat with the net. The cat put the rat in a pen, but the rat got sad. The cat let the rat go. © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons •f orr evi ew pur posesonl y• Reading comprehension

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CVC Dictation passage 8: Get a rat

Name: Task 3

Date: Identify errors and correct them.

(a) Find 10 word, spelling or punctuation errors and correct them.

Get a rat

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r o e t s Bo r e p ok u A cat had S to got a rat The cat got a

net The cup ran and the rat ran The

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CVC Dictation passage 9: Ron’s bet

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Task 1

Reading practice

Read the story.

Ron’s bet

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r o e t s Boup to r e I can run I can run andprun. ok u S ran and ran. Ron ran up the top. Ron

to the top. But Ron had to sit. Ron did not win his bet. Ron got sad that he did not win. © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons •f orr evi ew pur posesonl y• Reading comprehension

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CVC Dictation passage 9: Ron’s bet

Name: Task 3

Date: Identify errors and correct them.

(a) Find 10 spelling or punctuation errors and correct them.

Ron’s bet

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r o e t s Bo r e p ok u I can run Sand run I can rum up to

the top Ron ran and ran Ron ran up

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Use your best pencil grip, writing posture and letter formations. Task 5

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CVC Dictation passage 10: The cut leg

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Task 1

Reading practice

Read the story.

The cut leg

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r o e t s B r e ooleg. A dog bit a rat. It cut the rat’s p u k S The rat’s leg got red. The dog sat and got sad. So the dog and the rat went to a vet. The vet fixed up the rat’s leg. © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons •f orr evi ew pur posesonl y• Reading comprehension

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CVC Dictation passage 10: The cut leg

Name: Task 3

Date: Identify errors and correct them.

(a) Find 10 spelling or punctuation errors and correct them.

The cut leg

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r o e t s Bo r e p ok u a dog bid S a rat. It kut the rat’s leg.

The rat’s lep got wed. The dug sat and

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CVC Dictation passage 11: Yum, yum, yum!

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Task 1

Reading practice

Read the story.

Yum, yum, yum!

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r o e t s Boa jam r Tom had lotsp toe eat. Tom had ok u S hot ham. Tom had a hot bun. Tom had

dog. Tom had a bag of nuts. Yum, yum, yum!

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Name: Task 3

Date: Identify errors and correct them.

(a) Find 10 spelling or punctuation errors and correct them.

Yum, yum, yum!

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r o e t s Bo r e p ok u Tom had Slot to eat tom had a jet bun tom had hop ham Tom had a hot

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CVC Dictation passage 12: Tom likes red

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Task 1

Reading practice

Read the story.

Tom likes red

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r o e t s B r e oowig. Tom had a red pen and a red p u k S Tom had a red jet and a red cap. Tom

had a red van and a red jug. Tom had lots and lots of red.

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Name: Task 3

Date: Identify errors and correct them.

(a) Find 10 spelling or punctuation errors and correct them.

Tom likes red

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r o e t s Bo r e p ok u tom hadSa red pen and a red wig

Tom his a red jet and a wed cap tom

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Use your best pencil grip, writing posture and letter formations. Task 5

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CVC Dictation passage 13: My bad pet

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Task 1

Reading practice

Read the story.

My bad pet

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r o e t s Bpet r e oodog is My pet dog bit my leg. My p u k S bad. But my dog did wag. He did wag and wag. I am not mad, as my dog did wag.

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Name: Task 3

Date: Identify errors and correct them.

(a) Find 10 spelling or punctuation errors and correct them.

My bad pet

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r o e t s Bo r e p ok u my pet dog S bit my leg my pet dog is

bad but my dog did wag he did wag

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CVC Dictation passage 14: I am a ...?

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Task 1

Reading practice

Read the story.

I am a …?

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r o e t s B r e ooI can I can run. I can sit. I can nap. p u k S dig. can lap milk. I like pats. I am a cat.

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Date: Identify errors and correct them.

(a) Find 10 spelling or punctuation errors and correct them.

I am a …?

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r o e t s Bo r e p ok u I can run Si can sit i can nap i can dig can lap milk I like pats i am

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CVC Dictation passage 15: Ron and his cat

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Task 1

Reading practice

Read the story.

Ron and his cat

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r o e t s B r e oo had a Ron had a cat on his lap. Ron p u k S nap and the cat had a nap. But the

cat did yap. The cat did yap and yap and yap. So Ron got up and the cat got up. © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons •f orr evi ew pur posesonl y• Reading comprehension

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Name: Task 3

Date: Identify errors and correct them.

(a) Find 10 word, spelling or punctuation errors and correct them.

Ron and his cat

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r o e t s Bo r e p ok u ron hadS a cat on his lap. ron had a nap and the cat had a rap. but the

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Listen carefully and use the spelling, writing and punctuation that you have practised.

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Dictation tasks that primarily involve the application of alphabet VC and CVC words

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sh CVC Dictation passage 1: Trish and her f ish

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Task 1

Reading practice

Read the story.

Trish and her f ish

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r o e t s Bohad six r etank. Trish Trish had a fip sh ok u big fish inS the tank. But Trish did wish for a red fish too. Trish had six fish but no red fish. Trish had lots of fish. But Trish had no red fish. © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons •f orr evi ew pur posesonl y• Reading comprehension

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Name: Task 3

Date: Identify errors and correct them.

(a) Find 10 spelling or punctuation errors and correct them.

Trish and her f ish

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r o e t s Bo r e p ok u trish had Sa fish tank trish had six

big fis in the tank but trish did wit

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Listen carefully and use the spelling, writing and punctuation that you have practised.

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sh CVC Dictation passage 2: Going f ishing

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Task 1

Reading practice

Read the story.

Going f ishing

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r o e t s B r e oo A man was in a rush. He got on a p u k S ship and yelled to go get fish. But

the ship went crash! The man on the ship had a crash!

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(b) Label the sh words.

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Name: Task 3

Date: Identify errors and correct them.

(a) Find 10 spelling or punctuation errors and correct them.

Going f ishing

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r o e t s Bo r e p ok u a man was S in a rush he got on a shin and ylled to go get fish but

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o c . Task 4 Copy the c story carefully. e her r o t s super Use your best pencil grip, writing

(b) Check your work. What was your score out of 10?

posture and letter formations. Task 5

Do your dictation.

Listen carefully and use the spelling, writing and punctuation that you have practised.

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sh CVC Dictation passage 3: The shut shop

Name:

Date:

Task 1

Reading practice

Read the story.

The shut shop

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r o e t s BoI must r e I must rush to the fi sh shop. p ok u rush so it S is not shut. I run and run.

I dash with my cash. When I get to the fish shop it is shut. No, no, no! The fish shop is shut. © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons •f orr evi ew pur posesonl y• Reading comprehension

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Task 2

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Name: Task 3

Date: Identify errors and correct them.

(a) Find 11 spelling or punctuation errors and correct them.

The shut shop

Teac he r

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r o e t s Bo r e p ok u I must rush S to the fis shop I must

rush so it is not shut I ran and run.

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The fish shop is hut.

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i dash wiv my cash When I got © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons •f orr evi ew pur posesonl y• to the fis shop it is shut No, no, no!

. tework. What was your score out of 11? o (b) Check your c . che e r o Task 4 Copy the story carefully. r st super Use your best pencil grip, writing posture and letter formations. Task 5

Do your dictation.

Listen carefully and use the spelling, writing and punctuation that you have practised.

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sh CVC Dictation passage 4: Bob’s shop

Name:

Date:

Task 1

Reading practice

Read the story.

Bob’s shop

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Teac he r

r o e t s r e into B oo shop. Three sheep p rushed Bob’s u k S ‘Hush, you sheep’, yelled Bob. ‘Do

Reading comprehension

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(a) Draw the story.

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(b) Label the sh words.

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you wish for mash on a dish?’ ‘Yes’, yelled the sheep. The sheep got cash and then dashed. The sheep had © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons mash • on ardish. f o r evi ew pur posesonl y•

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sh CVC Dictation passage 4: Bob’s shop

Name: Task 3

Date: Identify errors and correct them.

(a) Find 10 spelling or punctuation errors and correct them.

Bob’s shop

Teac he r

ew i ev Pr

r o e t s Bo r e p o u k sop Free sheep S rushed into Bob’s ‘Hush, you shep’, yelled Bob ‘Do

m . u

you wish for mas on a dish?’ © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons •f orr evi ewsheep pur pos essheep onl y•got ‘Yes’, yelled the the

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cash and then dashed the sheep had

t mash . on e a dish.

o c . che e r o t r s su (b) Check your work. What was your out of 10? er pscore Task 4

Copy the story carefully.

Use your best pencil grip, writing posture and letter formations. Task 5

Do your dictation.

Listen carefully and use the spelling, writing and punctuation that you have practised. R.I.C. Publications® www.ricpublications.com.au

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ch CVC Dictation passage 1: Cash in a chest

Name:

Date:

Task 1

Reading practice

Read the story.

Cash in a chest

ew i ev Pr

Teac he r

r o e t s Bo r e Chad needs cash for his chest. p ok u S not rich. So Chad cuts and But Chad is cuts a big tree. Chip, chip, chop, chop. Chad chops the tree. Chad can get cash for his chest. © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons •f orr evi ew pur posesonl y• Reading comprehension

(a) Draw the story.

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(b) Label the ch words.

m . u

Task 2

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ch CVC Dictation passage 1: Cash in a chest

Name: Task 3

Date: Identify errors and correct them.

(a) Find 11 spelling or punctuation errors and correct them.

Cash in a chest

Teac he r

ew i ev Pr

r o e t s Bo r e p ok u Chad needs S cas for his chet

But Chad is nit rich so Chad cuts and

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cash for his hest.

m . u

cuts a big twee. Chip, chip, cop, hop. © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons •f orr evi ew pur posesonl y• Chad chop the tree. Chad can get

. tework. What was your score out of 11? o (b) Check your c . che e r o Task 4 Copy the story carefully. r st super Use your best pencil grip, writing posture and letter formations. Task 5

Do your dictation.

Listen carefully and use the spelling, writing and punctuation that you have practised.

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ch CVC Dictation passage 2: Rod and his chum

Name:

Date:

Task 1

Reading practice

Read the story.

Rod and his chum

Teac he r

ew i ev Pr

r o e t s Bo It will be r e ‘Let’s have chops and chips. p ok u such fun.’S Rod and his chum had too much food. Rod and his chum had lots of chips and chops.

(a) Draw the story.

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(b) Label the ch words.

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Task 2

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ch CVC Dictation passage 2: Rod and his chum

Name: Task 3

Date: Identify errors and correct them.

(a) Find 10 spelling or punctuation errors and correct them.

Rod and his chum

Teac he r

ew i ev Pr

r o e t s Bo r e p ok u ‘Let’s have S chop and chip. It will he

such run.’ Rod and him chum had too

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© R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons muc food. Rod and his hum had •f orr evi ew pur posesonl y•

o c . Task 4 Copy the c story carefully. e her r o t s super Use your best pencil grip, writing

(b) Check your work. What was your score out of 10?

posture and letter formations. Task 5

Do your dictation.

Listen carefully and use the spelling, writing and punctuation that you have practised.

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ch and sh CVC Dictation passage 3: Rich Chad

Name:

Date:

Task 1

Reading practice

Read the story.

Rich Chad

ew i ev Pr

Teac he r

r o e t s Bo Chad r e Chad has such a lot of cash. p ok u SChad has a shed and has a ship.

Chad has a big shop. Chad gets such a lot of cash from his shop. Chad is rich but Chad is a good chap. © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons •f orr evi ew pur posesonl y• Reading comprehension

(a) Draw the story.

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(b) Label the ch and sh words.

m . u

Task 2

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ch and sh CVC Dictation passage 3: Rich Chad

Name: Task 3

Date: Identify errors and correct them.

(a) Find 10 spelling or punctuation errors and correct them.

Rich Chad

ew i ev Pr

Teac he r

r o e t s Bo r e p ok u chad has S suc a lot of cash Chad

has a ship Chad has a shed and

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Chad has a dig shop Chad gets such © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons •f orr evi ew pur posesonl y• a lot of cash fom him shop. Chad is

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rich dut Chad is a god chap.

. tework. What was your score out of 10? o (b) Check your c . che e r o Task 4 Copy the story carefully. r st super Use your best pencil grip, writing posture and letter formations. Task 5

Do your dictation.

Listen carefully and use the spelling, writing and punctuation that you have practised.

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th CVC Dictation passage 1: My pet moths

Name:

Date:

Task 1

Reading practice

Read the story.

My pet moths

ew i ev Pr

Teac he r

r o e t s B r e ooI have I have a green moth as a pet. p u k S a red moth as a pet. The red moth

is thin. The green moth is thin. So the moths got lots of bugs. Then the moths got fat. © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons •f orr evi ew pur posesonl y• Reading comprehension

(a) Draw the story.

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(b) Label the th words.

m . u

Task 2

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Name: Task 3

Date: Identify errors and correct them.

(a) Find 10 spelling or punctuation errors and correct them.

My pet moths

Teac he r

ew i ev Pr

r o e t s Bo r e p ok u I have aS green mof as a pet. I have

a red mof as a pet The wed moth is

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moths got fat

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thin The gween moth is thin So © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons •f orr evi ew pur posesonl y• the moths got lot of bugs Den the

. tework. What was your score out of 10? o (b) Check your c . che e r o Task 4 Copy the story carefully. r st super Use your best pencil grip, writing posture and letter formations. Task 5

Do your dictation.

Listen carefully and use the spelling, writing and punctuation that you have practised.

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th CVC Dictation passage 2: Beth’s maths

Name:

Date:

Task 1

Reading practice

Read the story.

Beth’s maths

ew i ev Pr

Teac he r

r o e t s Bo r e Beth had a big maths sum toodo. The p u k S maths made Beth think and think. Then Beth did the sum. Beth got to add up the maths sum.

(a) Draw the story.

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(b) Label the th words.

m . u

Task 2

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th CVC Dictation passage 2: Beth’s maths

Name: Task 3

Date: Identify errors and correct them.

(a) Find 10 spelling or punctuation errors and correct them.

Beth’s maths

Teac he r

ew i ev Pr

r o e t s Bo r e p ok u Beth had Sa dig maths sum to do The maths made Beth f ink and fink Den

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the maths sum

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© R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons Bef did the sum beth got to add up •f orr evi ew pur posesonl y•

. te o c score out of 10? . che e r o t r s super Task 4 Copy the story carefully.

(b) Check your work. What was your

Use your best pencil grip, writing posture and letter formations. Task 5

Do your dictation.

Listen carefully and use the spelling, writing and punctuation that you have practised. R.I.C. Publications® www.ricpublications.com.au

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Short oo CVC Dictation passage 1: Mook’s book

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Date:

Task 1

Reading practice

Read the story.

Mook’s book

ew i ev Pr

Teac he r

r o e t s Boin his r e Mook the cook was looking p ok u cookbookS when a hook got stuck in

Reading comprehension

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(a) Draw the story.

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(b) Label the oo words.

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his foot. Mook the cook shook and shook his foot. The hook landed on the cookbook. Mook yelled at us to © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons look at•the onphis f orhook r evi ew ur pcookbook. osesonl y•

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Short oo CVC Dictation passage 1: Mook’s book

Name: Task 3

Date: Identify errors and correct them.

(a) Find 10 spelling or punctuation errors and correct them.

Mook’s book

Teac he r

ew i ev Pr

r o e t s Bo r e p was looking ok Mook theu cook in him S cookbok when a hook got duck in

his fot. Mook the cook shok and © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons •f o rr e vi ew puhok r pos esonl y• shook his foot The laded on

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the cookbook Mook yelled at us to

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c . che e r o (b) Check your work. Whatr was your st super score out of 10?

Task 4

Copy the story carefully.

Use your best pencil grip, writing posture and letter formations. Task 5

Do your dictation.

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Short oo CVC Dictation passage 2: The good cook

Name:

Date:

Task 1

Reading practice

Read the story.

The good cook

ew i ev Pr

Teac he r

r o e t s B r e oo A good cook was cooking. He was p u k S cooking a bun. The cook was good at

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(a) Draw the story.

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cooking buns. The cook looked in his cookbook. Soon the cook shook and shook and shook. That bun was hot, © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons hot, hot. The bun made his hand go red. •f orr e vi ew pur p os eson l y• The good cook shook his red hand.

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Name: Task 3

Date: Identify errors and correct them.

(a) Find 10 spelling or punctuation errors and correct them.

The good cook

Teac he r

ew i ev Pr

r o e t s Bo r e p wos cooking.oHe A good cook wos u k S

cooking a bun The cook was god at

cooking buns. The cook looked in his

© R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons cookbok. Soon the cook shook and •f orr evi ew pur posesonl y•

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shok and shook That bun was hot, hot, hot. The dun made his hand go wed.

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o c . The goodc cok shook his red hand. e her r o st super (b) Check your work. What was your score out of 10? Task 4

Copy the story carefully.

Use your best pencil grip, writing posture and letter formations. Task 5

Do your dictation.

Listen carefully and use the spelling, writing and punctuation that you have practised. R.I.C. Publications® www.ricpublications.com.au

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Long oo CVC Dictation passage 1: Food in the zoo

Name:

Date:

Task 1

Reading practice

Read the story.

Food in the zoo

ew i ev Pr

Teac he r

r o e t s Bo r e The moon was on top of the zoo. The p o u k S big cats needed food. The rats

Reading comprehension

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Task 2

(a) Draw the story.

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(b) Label the oo words.

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needed food. The dogs needed food. The ducks needed food, too. Then the zoo cats, rats, dogs and ducks got food © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons and got in ar good •f or evi ewmood. pur posesonl y•

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Name: Task 3

Date: Identify errors and correct them.

(a) Find 10 spelling or punctuation errors and correct them.

Food in the zoo

Teac he r

ew i ev Pr

r o e t s Bo r e p on top of theo the mon was zo. the u k S big cats needed food The rats

needed food The dogs needed food © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons f orr e vi ew pu r pose son l y•the The • ducks needed food, too. Den

. and got tein a god mood.

m . u

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zo cats, rats, dogs and ducks got food

o c . che e r o t (b) Check your work. Whatr was your score out of s 10? super Task 4

Copy the story carefully.

Use your best pencil grip, writing posture and letter formations. Task 5

Do your dictation.

Listen carefully and use the spelling, writing and punctuation that you have practised. R.I.C. Publications® www.ricpublications.com.au

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Long oo CVC Dictation passage 2: Roo’s tooth

Name:

Date:

Task 1

Reading practice

Read the story.

Roo’s tooth

ew i ev Pr

Teac he r

r o e t s B r e oo The moon was on top of the zoo. A p u k S roo felt his tooth. ‘Boohoo, my tooth.

Reading comprehension

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(a) Draw the story.

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(b) Label the oo words.

m . u

I have food stuck in my tooth. Get the vet to fix my tooth!’ yelled the roo. Soon the vet got to the zoo and fixed © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons the roo’s tooth. •f o rr evi ew pur posesonl y•

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Name: Task 3

Date: Identify errors and correct them.

(a) Find 10 spelling or punctuation errors and correct them.

Roo’s tooth

Teac he r

ew i ev Pr

r o e t s Bo r e p on top of the ok the moonu was zoo A S

roo felt him tooth. ‘boohoo, my tooth. i have food suck in my toof. get the © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons •f oxrr evi ew pur posesthe onl y • vet to fi my tooth!’ yelled roo.

. the roo’s te toof.

m . u

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soon the vet got to the zoo and fixed

o c . c e r (b) Check your work.h What was your er o t s super score out of 10? Task 4

Copy the story carefully.

Use your best pencil grip, writing posture and letter formations. Task 5

Do your dictation.

Listen carefully and use the spelling, writing and punctuation that you have practised. R.I.C. Publications® www.ricpublications.com.au

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ee CVC Dictation passage 1: Leech and Eel

Name:

Date:

Task 1

Reading practice

Read the story.

Leech and Eel

ew i ev Pr

Teac he r

r o e t s Bo to the r e Leech met Eel. ‘Have you been p ok u S you been to the deep reef, Eel? Have

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reef that has reeds, Eel?’ ‘No, Leech. I have not been to the deep reef with lots of reeds.’ © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons ‘Come• with next week, Eel. Come f orme r evi ew p ur pos eso nl y• and see the deep reef.’

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Name: Task 3

Date: Identify errors and correct them.

(a) Find 10 spelling or punctuation errors and correct them.

Leech and Eel

ew i ev Pr

Teac he r

r o e t s Bo r e p ‘have you been ok to the leech metu Eel. S reef, Eel? Have you ben to the deep

ref that has reeds, Eel.’ © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons f orr ev ew p ur p osesto on l y• ‘No,• Leech. Ii hav not been the dep

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reef with lots of reeds.’

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ee CVC Dictation passage 2: The deep reef

Name:

Date:

Task 1

Reading practice

Read the story.

The deep reef

ew i ev Pr

Teac he r

r o e t s Bo r e and eel In a week, thep leech are to o u k S meet. The leech and the eel are keen to

Reading comprehension

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(a) Draw the story.

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m . u

go. The leech and the eel are keen to swim to the reef. They will swim to the deep reef with the reeds. The leech and © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons the eel• will have fun. f or r evi e w pur posesonl y•

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ee CVC Dictation passage 2: The deep reef

Name: Task 3

Date: Identify errors and correct them.

(a) Find 10 spelling or punctuation errors and correct them.

The deep reef

Teac he r

ew i ev Pr

r o e t s Bo r e p ok u In a week, S the leesh and eel are to

met. The leech and the eel are keen to

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go. the leech an the el are keen to sim © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons •f orr evi ew pur posesonl y• to the reef. they will swim to the deep

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reef with the reds. The lech and the

. e o eel willt have sun. c . che e r o t r s syour er pscore (b) Check your work. What wasu out of 10? Task 4

Copy the story carefully.

Use your best pencil grip, writing posture and letter formations. Task 5

Do your dictation.

Listen carefully and use the spelling, writing and punctuation that you have practised. R.I.C. Publications® www.ricpublications.com.au

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ck CVC Dictation passage 1: Bad luck

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Date:

Task 1

Reading practice

Read the story.

Bad luck

ew i ev Pr

Teac he r

r o e t s Boluck. Rick r e lots of bad Rick had lotsp and ok u had to go S from his shack. So Rick

Reading comprehension

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(a) Draw the story.

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(b) Label the ck words.

m . u

packed up his things in a sack. Rick put the sack on his back and left. Rick went along a long, long track. © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons Such bad luck, Rick! •f or r evi e w pur posesonl y•

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ck CVC Dictation passage 1: Bad luck

Name: Task 3

Date: Identify errors and correct them.

(a) Find 10 spelling or punctuation errors and correct them.

Bad luck

Teac he r

ew i ev Pr

r o e t s Bo r e pand lot of badoluck. Rick had u lot rick k S had to go fom his shack. So Rick

paked up his fings in a sack. © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons f orthe r evi ew pon ur p ose son l y•left. Rick•put sack his bak and

Such . bad te luk, Rick!

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Rick wet along a long, long twack.

o c . che e r o t r s su (b) Check your work. What was your per score out of 10? Task 4

Copy the story carefully.

Use your best pencil grip, writing posture and letter formations. Task 5

Do your dictation.

Listen carefully and use the spelling, writing and punctuation that you have practised. R.I.C. Publications® www.ricpublications.com.au

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ck CVC Dictation passage 2: A stack of food

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Date:

Task 1

Reading practice

Read the story.

A stack of food

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Teac he r

r o e t s B r e oo At the back of the shack the duck had p u k S lots of food. The food was on a rack

Reading comprehension

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(a) Draw the story.

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(b) Label the ck words.

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in a big sack. The duck put the food in a stack. Then munch, crunch, suck and lick. The duck ate the big stack © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons of food. •f orr evi ew pur posesonl y•

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Name: Task 3

Date: Identify errors and correct them.

(a) Find 10 spelling or punctuation errors and correct them.

A stack of food

Teac he r

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r o e t s Bo r e p At the bak of the shak the o duck had u k S lots of fod. The food wos on a rak

in a big sak. The duck put the food in © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons •f or r evi e w pur p osesonl y • a stack. Den munch, cwunch, suck

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and lick. The duck ate the dig stack

o c . che e r o t (b) Check your work. Whatr was your s super score out of 10?

Task 4

Copy the story carefully.

Use your best pencil grip, writing posture and letter formations. Task 5

Do your dictation.

Listen carefully and use the spelling, writing and punctuation that you have practised. R.I.C. Publications® www.ricpublications.com.au

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Teac he r

Stop

r o e t s Bo r e p ok u S

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Do not progress to Target 3 until ...

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Dictation tasks that primarily involve the application of phonic concepts sh, ch, th, oo, ee and ck to CVC words

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Target

Dictation tasks that primarily involve the application of alphabet VC and CVC words

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Dictation tasks that primarily involve the application of the phonic concepts ar, or, ay, ai, oy, oi and er

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CCVC Dictation passage 1: The club f lag

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Task 1

Reading practice

Read the story.

The club f lag

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r o e t s Bo r e Up went the club fl ag. The flag did p o u k S flip, flop and flap in the wind. The flag did swish in the wind. The club did clap. The club flag was flash.

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CCVC Dictation passage 1: The club f lag

Name: Task 3

Date: Identify errors and correct them.

(a) Find 10 spelling or punctuation errors and correct them.

The club f lag

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r o e t s Bo r e p ok u Up wentSthe club fla the flag did

flip, flop and flap in the wind The flag

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clap the club fleg was flash

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. te o c score out of 10? . che e r o t r s super Task 4 Copy the story carefully.

(b) Check your work. What was your

Use your best pencil grip, writing posture and letter formations. Task 5

Do your dictation.

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CCVC Dictation passage 2: Fred’s trip

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Task 1

Reading practice

Read the story.

Fred’s trip

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r o e t s r oo Fred Fred went onp ae trip in hisB truck. u k S went on a track in his truck. Crash, smash, bang! Fred’s truck hit a tree. Fred cannot go on his trip.

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CCVC Dictation passage 2: Fred’s trip

Name: Task 3

Date: Identify errors and correct them.

(a) Find 10 spelling or punctuation errors and correct them.

Fred’s trip

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r o e t s Bo r e p ok u Fred went S on a twip in his twuck. Fred wnt on a twack in his truck Crash,

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posture and letter formations. Task 5

Do your dictation.

Listen carefully and use the spelling, writing and punctuation that you have practised.

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CCVC Dictation passage 3: Fred’s grin at Brad

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Task 1

Reading practice

Read the story.

Fred’s grin at Brad

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r o e t s B r e Fred had a prank. ‘I have ao dress, Brad. p o u k S It is a dress with spots and a frill. It is a gift to you, Brad.’ ‘No!’ Brad snapped.

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©‘Do R. I . C .P ubcross. l i cat i oIt ns Fred yelled, not be was •f orr evi ew pur posesonl y• a prank’.

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CCVC Dictation passage 3: Fred’s grin at Brad

Name: Task 3

Date: Identify errors and correct them.

(a) Find 11 spelling or punctuation errors and correct them.

Fred’s grin at Brad

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r o e t s Bo r e p fred had aupwank. ‘I have a o dress, Brad. k S It is a dwess wiv spots and a frill. It is a gift to you, brad.’ © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons f orr e vi ew pur posesonl y• ‘No!’•brad snaped.

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Task 4

Copy the story carefully.

Use your best pencil grip, writing posture and letter formations. Task 5

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CCVC Dictation passage 4: A crab’s plan

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Task 1

Reading practice

Read the story.

A crab’s plan

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or eBo st r The crab hadp aeplan. ok u S for a swim. Swish, The crab went swish, the crab got wet. Splish, splash, the crab went for a swim. The crab swam and swam. That was a © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons good plan. The crab had fun. •f orr evi e w pu r pos esonl y•

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CCVC Dictation passage 4: A crab’s plan

Name: Task 3

Date: Identify errors and correct them.

(a) Find 10 spelling or punctuation errors and correct them.

A crab’s plan

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r o e t s The crab had a plan. Bo r e p u S

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The crab went for a wim. Swish,

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good pan. The crab had fun

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CCVC Dictation passage 5: A frog and a grub

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Task 1

Reading practice

Read the story.

A frog and a grub

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r o e t s Bo r e The big green tree frog did like to p o u k S munch and crunch on grubs. The green tree frog did grab a grub. Munch, munch, crunch, crunch, yum! That big green tree frog did grin. © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons •f orr evi ew pur posesonl y• Reading comprehension

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CCVC Dictation passage 5: A frog and a grub

Name: Task 3

Date: Identify errors and correct them.

(a) Find 10 spelling or punctuation errors and correct them.

A frog and a grub

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r o e t s Bo r e p ok u The big S green twee frog did like to

much and crunch on grubs The gren

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tree frog did gwab a grub. Munch, © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons •f orr evi ew pur posesonl y• munch, crunch, cunch, yum! That dig

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Listen carefully and use the spelling, writing and punctuation that you have practised.

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CCVC Dictation passage 6: A fresh plump plum

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Task 1

Reading practice

Read the story.

A fresh plump plum

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r o e t s BoThe plump r e on a tree. A plump plumpwas ok u S from the tree. The plump plum dropped plum slid along until it crashed. The plump plum slammed into a truck. So, the plump plum is fresh no more. © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons •f orr evi ew pur posesonl y• Reading comprehension

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CCVC Dictation passage 6: A fresh plump plum

Name: Task 3

Date: Identify errors and correct them.

(a) Find 10 spelling or punctuation errors and correct them.

A fresh plump plum

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r o e t s Bo r e p ok u A plumpSpum woz on a tre. The plump plum dropped fom the twee. The plump

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plum slid along until it cashed. © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons •f orr evi ew pur posesonl y• The plump plum sammed into a truck

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(b) Check your work. What was your

Use your best pencil grip, writing posture and letter formations. Task 5

Do your dictation.

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CCVC Dictation passage 7: Fran’s dress

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Task 1

Reading practice

Read the story.

Fran’s dress

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r o e t s Bo had red r e Fran had a dress. Fran’s dress p ok u spots and S frills on it. But Fran lost her

grip on her drink. Specks of Fran’s drink ended up on Fran’s dress. Specks of Fran’s drink fell on Fran’s frill. © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons •f orr evi ew pur posesonl y• Reading comprehension

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CCVC Dictation passage 7: Fran’s dress

Name: Task 3

Date: Identify errors and correct them.

(a) Find 10 spelling or punctuation errors and correct them.

Fran’s dress

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r o e t s Bo r e p ok u Fran hadSa dwess. Fran’s dress had wed pots and frills on it. But fran lost her

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gwip on her dwink. Specks of Fran’s jink © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons •f orr evi ew pur posesonl y• ended up on Fran’s gress. Specks of

. tework. What was your score (b) Check your o c . che e out of 10? r o t r s super Task 4

Copy the story carefully.

Use your best pencil grip, writing posture and letter formations. Task 5

Do your dictation.

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CVCC Dictation passage 1: Frank’s bump

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Task 1

Reading practice

Read the story.

Frank’s bump

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r o e t s B r e ooon to a Frank was an ant. Frank held p u k S twig. ‘I must jump from this twig and

f ly’, said Frank. But Frank lost his grip and slid. Frank got a conk and a bump as he hit the sand. © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons •f orr evi ew pur posesonl y• Reading comprehension

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(b) Add some labels.

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CVCC Dictation passage 1: Frank’s bump

Name: Task 3

Date: Identify errors and correct them.

(a) Find 10 spelling or punctuation errors and correct them.

Frank’s bump

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r o e t s Bo r e p ok u Frank was S an ant. Frank hld on to a tig. ‘I must jup fom dis twig and

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bum az he hit the sad.

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f ly’, said Frank. But Frank los his © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons •f orr evi ew pur posesonl y• gip and slid. Frank got a conk and a

. tework. What was your (b) Check your o c . e score out of 10?c her r o t s super Task 4

Copy the story carefully.

Use your best pencil grip, writing posture and letter formations. Task 5

Do your dictation.

Listen carefully and use the spelling, writing and punctuation that you have practised. R.I.C. Publications® www.ricpublications.com.au

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CVCC Dictation passage 2: The tent in the wind

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Task 1

Reading practice

Read the story.

The tent in the wind

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r o e t s Bowent up. r e In the sand by a pond a tent p ok u Just as it S was dusk the tent went up. But a gust of wind twisted the tent

and the tent went down with a thump!

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(b) Add some labels.

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CVCC Dictation passage 2: The tent in the wind

Name: Task 3

Date: Identify errors and correct them.

(a) Find 10 spelling or punctuation errors and correct them.

The tent in the wind

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r o e t s Bo r e p ok u In the sand S by a pond a tnt wnt up. just az it was dusk the tent wnt up. © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons But a just of wind tisted the tent •f orr evi ew pur posesonl y•

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and the tent wet down wiv a fump!

o c . story carefully. Task 4 Copy the c e her r o t s super Use your best pencil grip, writing (b) Check your work. What was your score out of 10?

posture and letter formations. Task 5

Do your dictation.

Listen carefully and use the spelling, writing and punctuation that you have practised.

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CVCC Dictation passage 3: A skunk’s hunt

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Task 1

Reading practice

Read the story.

A skunk’s hunt

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r o e t s r e a hunt. B A skunk wentpon Ao skunk went o u k S on a hunt for pink plums. This skunk was fond of pink plums. In the end, this skunk did not find a pink plum. But the skunk did keep hunting. © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons •f orr evi ew pur posesonl y• Reading comprehension

(a) Draw the story.

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(b) Add some labels.

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CVCC Dictation passage 3: A skunk’s hunt

Name: Task 3

Date: Identify errors and correct them.

(a) Find 10 spelling or punctuation errors and correct them.

A skunk’s hunt

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r o e t s Bo r e p ok u A skunkSwnt on a hunt. a skunk wet un a hunt for pink pums. this skunk

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But the skunk did keep on hunting.

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Use your best pencil grip, writing posture and letter formations. Task 5

Do your dictation.

Listen carefully and use the spelling, writing and punctuation that you have practised.

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CVCC Dictation passage 4: Gold, gold, gold

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Task 1

Reading practice

Read the story.

Gold, gold, gold

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r o e t s r e in a loft.Bo A chest was p kept The chest o u k S was old and held lots of gold. Just

think! An old chest f illed with gold. The chest was kept hidden in the loft as it held gold. © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons •f orr evi ew pur posesonl y• Reading comprehension

(a) Draw the story.

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CVCC Dictation passage 4: Gold, gold, gold

Name: Task 3

Date: Identify errors and correct them.

(a) Find 10 spelling or punctuation errors and correct them.

Gold, gold, gold

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r o e t s Bo r e pkept in a loft the okchest a chest was u S

was old and hld lots of gold Just

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o c . score out of 10?c e her r o t s super Task 4 Copy the story carefully.

(b) Check your work. What was your

Use your best pencil grip, writing posture and letter formations. Task 5

Do your dictation.

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CVCC Dictation passage 5: Think pink

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Task 1

Reading practice

Read the story.

Think pink

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r o e t s Bo r e Milk can be pink. Pigs can be pink. A p o u k S lamp can be pink and a vest can be pink. But frogs and plums cannot be pink. Think of what can be pink.

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CVCC Dictation passage 5: Think pink

Name: Task 3

Date: Identify errors and correct them.

(a) Find 10 spelling or punctuation errors and correct them.

Think pink

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r o e t s Bo r e p ok u Mlk canS be pink pigs can be pink a

lamp kan be pink and a vest kan be

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posture and letter formations. Task 5

Do your dictation.

Listen carefully and use the spelling, writing and punctuation that you have practised.

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CVCC Dictation passage 6: It stinks

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Task 1

Reading practice

Read the story.

It stinks

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r o e t s Bo r e Pigs in mud stink. Skunks can stink. p o u k S Old junk at the dump can stink. Old

fish stink a lot. Yuck, yuck, yuck! Old socks can stink a lot. Can you think of what else stinks? © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons •f orr evi ew pur posesonl y• Reading comprehension

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(b) Add some labels.

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CVCC Dictation passage 6: It stinks

Name: Task 3

Date: Identify errors and correct them.

(a) Find 10 spelling or punctuation errors and correct them.

It stinks

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r o e t s Bo r e p ok u Pigs in mud S sink Skunks kan stink. Old jnk at the dup kan stink. Old

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fich stink a lot. Yuck, yuck, yuck! Old © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons •f orr evi ew pur posesonl y• soks can sink a lot. Can you fhink of

. tework. What was your (b) Check your o c . e score out of 10?c her r o t s super Task 4

Copy the story carefully.

Use your best pencil grip, writing posture and letter formations. Task 5

Do your dictation.

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CVCC Dictation passage 7: Junk at a dump

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Task 1

Reading practice

Read the story.

Junk at a dump

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r o e t s Bo r e see lots At the dump p I can ofojunk. I u k S can see a lamp, a tent, a pump and

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a sink. I can see an old band set, a bunk with lots of rust and a gold stand. I can see lots and lots of junk © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons and it • stinks! f orr evi ew pur posesonl y•

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CVCC Dictation passage 7: Junk at a dump

Name: Task 3

Date: Identify errors and correct them.

(a) Find 10 spelling or punctuation errors and correct them.

Junk at a dump

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r o e t s Bo r e pI kan se lots of okjunk. I At the dump u S can see a lap, a tnt, a pump and

a sink. I can se an old band set, © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons •f owiv rr ev i ewof pu r pos eso l y• a bunk lots rust and angld

and it. spinks! t e

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stand. I can see lots and lot of gunk

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Copy the story carefully.

Use your best pencil grip, writing posture and letter formations. Task 5

Do your dictation.

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Dictation tasks that primarily involve the application of phonic concepts sh, ch, th, oo, ee and ck to CVC words

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Dictation tasks that primarily involve the application of alphabet VC and CVC words

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Dictation tasks that primarily involve the application of CCVC and CVCC words

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Dictation tasks that primarily involve the application of the phonic concepts ar, or, ay, ai, oy, oi and er

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ar Dictation passage 1: The farmer’s party

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Task 1

Reading practice

Read the story.

The farmer’s party

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r o e t s B r e oo The The farmer set up for his party. p u k S party was to be in his garden. It was going to be a garden party. It was going to be a fun garden party.

(a) Draw the story.

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ar Dictation passage 1: The farmer’s party

Name: Task 3

Date: Identify errors and correct them.

(a) Find 10 spelling or punctuation errors and correct them.

The farmer’s party

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r o e t s Bo r e p ok u he farmu Sset up for his prty. The

parte wos to be in his grden. It waz © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons going to be a gardn party. it was •f orr evi ew pur posesonl y•

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(b) Check your work. What was your score

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going to be a sun garden party.

Use your best pencil grip, writing posture and letter formations. Task 5

Do your dictation.

Listen carefully and use the spelling, writing and punctuation that you have practised.

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ar Dictation passage 2: A snarling shark

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Task 1

Reading practice

Read the story.

A snarling shark

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r o e t s Blarge r e oo shark The shark was large. The p u k S had sharp teeth. The large shark with sharp teeth snarled. Then the shark with a snarl bit a carp.

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ar Dictation passage 2: A snarling shark

Name: Task 3

Date: Identify errors and correct them.

(a) Find 10 spelling or punctuation errors and correct them.

A snarling shark

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ar Dictation passage 3: Mark at the market

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Task 1

Reading practice

Read the story.

Mark at the market

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r o e t s B r e Mark the farmer marched offo to the p o u k S market. Mark had to get carpet for his

barn. At the market, Mark marched under an arch and he was alarmed. The market had no carpet for his barn. © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons •f orr evi ew pur posesonl y• Reading comprehension

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Name: Task 3

Date: Identify errors and correct them.

(a) Find 10 spelling or punctuation errors and correct them.

Mark at the market

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r o e t s Bo r e p ok u Mark theSfarmur marched off to the

market. mark had to get carpet for him

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market had no crpet for his barn.

. tework. What was your (b) Check your o c . e score out of 10?c her r o t s super Task 4

Copy the story carefully.

Use your best pencil grip, writing posture and letter formations. Task 5

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ar Dictation passage 4: A garden party

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Task 1

Reading practice

Read the story.

A garden party

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Teac he r

r o e t s Bo r e The shark and the carp marched off p o u k S to the garden. The shark and the carp

Reading comprehension

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set up a garden party. The party was to be held under a big tarp. But it was not smart to have the party under a © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons tarp as•it was cold. f o rr ev i ew pur posesonl y•

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Name: Task 3

Date: Identify errors and correct them.

(a) Find 10 spelling or punctuation errors and correct them.

A garden party

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r o e t s Bo r e p ok off The shark and the carp marchd u S

to the gardn. The chark and the carp set up a garden parte. The party wos © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons •f orr evi ewapbig ur ptarp. osesbut onl y to be hld under it• was

a tarp. as t e it was cold.

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not smrt to have the parte undu

o c . c e r (b) Check your work.h What was your er o t s s r u e p score out of 10? Task 4

Copy the story carefully.

Use your best pencil grip, writing posture and letter formations. Task 5

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or Dictation passage 1: The black horse

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Reading practice

Read the story.

The black horse

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r o e t s B r e ooThe A black horse went for a run. p u k S black horse ran north. The horse ran

north for forty steps. Then the horse sprinted for forty steps. It was a short run for the horse. © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons •f orr evi ew pur posesonl y• Reading comprehension

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Name: Task 3

Date: Identify errors and correct them.

(a) Find 10 spelling or punctuation errors and correct them.

The black horse

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r o e t s Bo r e p ok u A blackS horse went for a run the

black horse ran north the horse ran

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norf for forty steps then the horse © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons •f orr evi ew pur posesonl y• sprinted for forty steps it was a short

. tework. What was (b) Check your o c . c10? e your score out of her r o t s super Task 4

Copy the story carefully.

Use your best pencil grip, writing posture and letter formations. Task 5

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or Dictation passage 2: Food on my fork

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Task 1

Reading practice

Read the story.

Food on my fork

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r o e t s BoI had r e fork. Then I had pork onpmy ok u Sfork. Then I had no more ham on my

on my fork. So I put corn on my fork and a leek on my fork. No more food on my fork! © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons •f orr evi ew pur posesonl y• Reading comprehension

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Name: Task 3

Date: Identify errors and correct them.

(a) Find 10 spelling or punctuation errors and correct them.

Food on my fork

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r o e t s Bo r e p ok u I had pork S on my frk then I had

ham on my forc. then I had no more

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on my fork. so I poot corn on my form © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons •f orr evi ew pur posesonl y• and a leek in my fork. No more food

. tework. What was your score (b) Check your o c . che e out of 10? r o t r s super Task 4

Copy the story carefully.

Use your best pencil grip, writing posture and letter formations. Task 5

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or Dictation passage 3: The storm in the corn

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Task 1

Reading practice

Read the story.

The storm in the corn

ew i ev Pr

Teac he r

r o e t s r e wentB oo forty A stork and aphorse north u k S steps. Then the stork and the horse

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Name: Task 3

Date: Identify errors and correct them.

(a) Find 10 spelling or punctuation errors and correct them.

The storm in the corn

Teac he r

ew i ev Pr

r o e t s Bo r e pa horse went norf ok forte A stork and u S steps. Den the stork and the horse

got to the korn. As they payed in the © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons corn, a sorm hit The stork and the •f orr evi ew pur posesonl y•

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horse ran to a porsh. As the storm was chort, the stork and horse wan

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(b) Check your work. What was your score out of 10? Task 4

Copy the story carefully.

Use your best pencil grip, writing posture and letter formations. Task 5

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ay Dictation passage 1: Today is Sunday

Name: Task 1

Date: Reading practice

Read the story.

Today is Sunday

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r o e t s Bo I get r e Sunday is a fun day. On Sunday p ok u S be a hot day. Do stay and to play. It will play with me. If you stay, we will go for a swim and we will have a good play. © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons •f ocomprehension rr evi ew pur posesonl y• Task 2 Reading

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(a) Draw the story.

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Name: Task 3

Date: Identify errors and correct them.

(a) Find 10 spelling or punctuation errors and correct them.

Today is Sunday

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r o e t s Bo r e p ok u Sunda is Sa fun day. on sunday I get

to play. It will be a ham day. do stay and © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons play with me If you say, we will go ror •f orr evi ew pur posesonl y•

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a sim and we will have a gord play.

o c . Task 4 Copy the c story carefully. e her r o t s super Use your best pencil grip, writing (b) Check your work. What was your score out of 10?

posture and letter formations. Task 5

Do your dictation.

Listen carefully and use the spelling, writing and punctuation that you have practised.

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ay Dictation passage 2: A play day

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Task 1

Reading practice

Read the story.

A play day

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Teac he r

r o e t s BIo r e Ray came to play. Ray and played in p o u k S the hay. Ray and I played in the sand.

Ray and I played in the pool. Ray and I played with clay. Ray and I made clay cups. We had a fun day. © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons •f orr evi ew pur posesonl y• Reading comprehension

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Name: Task 3

Date: Identify errors and correct them.

(a) Find 10 spelling or punctuation errors and correct them.

A play day

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r o e t s Bo r e p Ray came to pay. Ray ando ik played u S

in the ha Ray and I played in the snd.

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kups. We had a fun day.

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(b) Check your work. What was your score

Task 4

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ray and I played in the pol. Ray and I © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons •f owith rr ev i ew p ur po ses nl y•clay played cay. Ray and io made

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ay Dictation passage 3: Ray’s X-ray

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Task 1

Reading practice

Read the story.

Ray’s X-ray

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Teac he r

r o e t s Bo r e On a day in May, Ray had anoX-ray. p u k S Ray sat on the bed with his hand

in a tray. Ray had the X-ray then Ray went to the bus bay to go home.

(a) Draw the story.

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ay Dictation passage 3: Ray’s X-ray

Name: Task 3

Date: Identify errors and correct them.

(a) Find 10 spelling or punctuation errors and correct them.

Ray’s X-ray

Teac he r

ew i ev Pr

r o e t s Bo r e p ok u On a day Sin may, ray had an X-ray Ray sat on the ded with his hnd

© R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons in a tra Ray had the X-ray den Ray •f orr evi ew pur posesonl y•

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wnt to the bus day to go home.

o c . Task 4 Copy the c story carefully. e her r o t s super Use your best pencil grip, writing (b) Check your work. What was your score out of 10?

posture and letter formations. Task 5

Do your dictation.

Listen carefully and use the spelling, writing and punctuation that you have practised.

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ai Dictation passage 1: The wet snail

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Task 1

Reading practice

Read the story.

The wet snail

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r o e t s Bo r e A snail got wet in the rain. Then the p o u k S snail was in hail. So the snail went up

Reading comprehension

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a drain. The snail waited for the rain to stop. The snail waited for the hail to stop. It was a pain for the snail to © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons wait in•the f ordrain. r evi ew pur posesonl y•

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Name: Task 3

Date: Identify errors and correct them.

(a) Find 10 spelling or punctuation errors and correct them.

The wet snail

Teac he r

ew i ev Pr

r o e t s Bo r e p ok A snail get wet in the wain. Then the u S snail was in hail. so the sail wnt up

a drain. The snail waited for the rain © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons •f oThe rr ev i ewwaited pur pos esthe onl y • to sop. sail for hail

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to stop. it was a pain from the snail to

o c . c e r (b) Check your work.h What was your er o t s s r u e p score out of 10? Task 4

Copy the story carefully.

Use your best pencil grip, writing posture and letter formations. Task 5

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ai Dictation passage 2: The red train

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Task 1

Reading practice

Read the story.

The red train

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Teac he r

r o e t s Bo the train r e A train was painted red. Then p ok u Sa track. But it started to went along

Reading comprehension

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rain. The red train went along in the rain. The red train got wet and the paint did drip. I am afraid that the train © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons will need to be painted red again. •f o rr evi ew pur p ose sonl y•

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Name: Task 3

Date: Identify errors and correct them.

(a) Find 10 spelling or punctuation errors and correct them.

The red train

Teac he r

ew i ev Pr

r o e t s Bo r e A train was ppaited red. Then okthe train u S wnt along a twack. But it strted to

rain. The wed train wnt along in the © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons rain.•The red twain got wet and f orr evi e w pur pos eso nl ythe •

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paint did jip. I am afraid dat the train will ned . t to be painted red again.

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o c . ch e (b) Check your work. What was your r er o t s super score out of 10? Task 4

Copy the story carefully.

Use your best pencil grip, writing posture and letter formations. Task 5

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ai Dictation passage 3: A sailing snail and a quail

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Task 1

Reading practice

Read the story.

A sailing snail and a quail

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r o e t s r e went B oo A snail and ap quail for a sail. u k S When the snail and quail set sail it

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started to rain. The quail had a pail to drain the rain. But then it started to hail as the quail and snail sailed. It © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons the snail and was such ar pain forpu •f or evi ew r po seso nl ythe • quail.

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Name: Task 3

Date: Identify errors and correct them.

(a) Find 10 spelling or punctuation errors and correct them.

A sailing snail and a quail

Teac he r

ew i ev Pr

r o e t s Bo r e p ok u A snail and S a quail wnt for a sail.

Wen the snail and kwail set sail it

m . u

sarted to rain. The kwail had a pail to © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons •f orr evi ew pur posesonl y• drain the rain. But den it started to hail

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as the kwail and snail sailed. It was

. e o sush at pain for the nail and the kwail. c . che e r o t s su (b) Check your work. Whatr was your out of 10? er pscore Task 4

Copy the story carefully.

Use your best pencil grip, writing posture and letter formations. Task 5

Do your dictation.

Listen carefully and use the spelling, writing and punctuation that you have practised. R.I.C. Publications® www.ricpublications.com.au

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oy Dictation passage 1: Roy and Troy

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Task 1

Reading practice

Read the story.

Roy and Troy

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r o e t s B r e ooand Troy Roy is a boy. Troy is a boy. Roy p u k S are big boys. Roy has a toy train. Troy has a toy shark. The boys play with the toys. The boys enjoy the play.

(a) Draw the story.

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Task 2

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oy Dictation passage 1: Roy and Troy

Name: Task 3

Date: Identify errors and correct them.

(a) Find 10 spelling or punctuation errors and correct them.

Roy and Troy

Teac he r

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r o e t s Bo r e p ok u Roy is aS boy. Toy is a boy. roy and troy are big boys Roy has a toy twain. Troy

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toys. The boys injoy the pay.

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. te o c score out of 10? . che e r o t r s super Task 4 Copy the story carefully.

(b) Check your work. What was your

Use your best pencil grip, writing posture and letter formations. Task 5

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oy Dictation passage 2: Boys at play

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Task 1

Reading practice

Read the story.

Boys at play

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Teac he r

r o e t s Botoys. Troy r e a play with Troy and Royp had ok u S for a swim. Roy did enjoy and Roy went the play with toys. Troy did enjoy the swim. The boys did enjoy the day.

(a) Draw the story.

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Task 2

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Name: Task 3

Date: Identify errors and correct them.

(a) Find 10 spelling or punctuation errors and correct them.

Boys at play

Teac he r

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r o e t s Bo r e p ok u Troy and Sroy had a play wif toy. Troy and Roy wet for a sim. Roy did injoy © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons the play with toy. Troy did injoy the •f orr evi ew pur posesonl y•

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swim. The boy did injoy the day.

. te o c score out of 10? . che e r o t r s super Task 4 Copy the story carefully.

(b) Check your work. What was your

Use your best pencil grip, writing posture and letter formations. Task 5

Do your dictation.

Listen carefully and use the spelling, writing and punctuation that you have practised.

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oi Dictation passage 1: Moist soil

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Task 1

Reading practice

Read the story.

Moist soil

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Teac he r

r o e t s Bo r e The green bush was in soil. The soil p o u k S was not wet. The soil needed to be

moist. So the boys wet the soil and made the soil moist. The green bush did enjoy the wet soil. © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons •f orr evi ew pur posesonl y• Reading comprehension

(a) Draw the story.

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Name: Task 3

Date: Identify errors and correct them.

(a) Find 10 spelling or punctuation errors and correct them.

Moist soil

Teac he r

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r o e t s Bo r e p ok u The gren Sbuch was in soil. The soil was not wet The soil neded to be

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moist. Sow the boys wet the soil and © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons •f orr evi ew pur posesonl y• made the soyl moist The gween bush

. tework. What was your (b) Check your o c . e score out of 10?c her r o t s super Task 4

Copy the story carefully.

Use your best pencil grip, writing posture and letter formations. Task 5

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oi Dictation passage 2: With joined hands

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Task 1

Reading practice

Read the story.

With joined hands

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Teac he r

r o e t s Bo r e The boys joined hands. With joined p ok u hands the S boys sang. With joined hands

the boys ran. With joined hands the boys did skip. The boys made a big noise.

(a) Draw the story.

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Name: Task 3

Date: Identify errors and correct them.

(a) Find 10 spelling or punctuation errors and correct them.

With joined hands

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r o e t s Bo r e p ok u The boys Sjoined hands. With join

hands the boy sang. Wiv joined hans © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons the boys ran. Wiv join hans the boys •f orr evi ew pur posesonl y•

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did sip. The boy made a dig noise.

o c . Task 4 Copy the c story carefully. e her r o t s super Use your best pencil grip, writing (b) Check your work. What was your score out of 10?

posture and letter formations. Task 5

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oi Dictation passage 3: Noise, noise, noise

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Task 1

Reading practice

Read the story.

Noise, noise, noise

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r o e t s Bomakes r e A party A car makesp noise. ok u S But a jet makes the more noise.

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Name: Task 3

Date: Identify errors and correct them.

(a) Find 10 spelling or punctuation errors and correct them.

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Name:

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Read the story.

My sister’s letter

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Name: Task 3

Date: Identify errors and correct them.

(a) Find 10 spelling or punctuation errors and correct them.

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er Dictation passage 2: The lost jumper

Name:

Date:

Task 1

Reading practice

Read the story.

The lost jumper

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stool? Was it under the rug? My clever sister found it. The winter jumper was under the pram. © R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons •f orr evi ew pur posesonl y• Reading comprehension

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Name: Task 3

Date: Identify errors and correct them.

(a) Find 10 spelling or punctuation errors and correct them.

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(b) Check your work. What was your score

Use your best pencil grip, writing posture and letter formations. Task 5

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er Dictation passage 3: I must do better

Name:

Date:

Task 1

Reading practice

Read the story.

I must do better

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Name: Task 3

Date: Identify errors and correct them.

(a) Find 10 spelling or punctuation errors and correct them.

I must do better

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Copy the story carefully.

Use your best pencil grip, writing posture and letter formations. Task 5

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. t •e Writing line formats for 7- to 8- o c and 8- to 9-year-olds. . che e r o r st super

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Template for Task 4: Copying and writing – Line width and spacing recommended for 6- to 7-year-olds

Name: Task 4

Date: Copying and writing

With your best writing posture, pencil grip and letter formation, rewrite the story from Task 1.

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Template for Task 5: Dictation – Line width and spacing recommended for 6- to 7-year-olds

Name: Task 5

Date: Dictation

The story will be read (i.e. dictated) and you will need to write the story. You will need to listen carefully. You will also need to use the spelling, writing and punctuation that have been practised in previous tasks. ✓ Choose one.

Writing goals

(Adult to discuss with child and choose only one goal from those listed below.) Today, I am trying to: A listening goal

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remember the size of my letters

remember not to mix up my uppercase and lower-case letters place my letters on the dark lines use a proper pencil grip.

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Other goal:

Spelling goals

listen carefully.

Dictation attempt: 1.

sound out as I spell words

2.

correctly use my phonic skills.

A punctuation goal

3.

remember capital letters and full stops.

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Template for Task 4: Copying and writing – Line width and spacing recommended for 7- to 8-year-olds

Name: Task 4

Date: Copying and writing

With your best writing posture, pencil grip and letter formation, rewrite the story from Task 1.

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Title of the story:

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Template for Task 5: Dictation – Line width and spacing recommended for 7- to 8-year-olds

Name: Task 5

Date: Dictation

The story will be read (i.e. dictated) and you will need to write the story. You will need to listen carefully. You will also need to use the spelling, writing and punctuation that have been practised in previous tasks. ✓ Choose one.

Writing goals

(Adult to discuss with child and choose only one goal from those listed below.) Today, I am trying to:

r o e t s Bo r e p ok u S A listening goal

remember the size of my letters

remember not to mix up my uppercase and lower-case letters place my letters on the dark lines use a proper pencil grip.

Title of the story:

1.

sound out as I spell words

2.

correctly use my phonic skills.

A punctuation goal

3.

remember capital letters and full stops.

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Other goal:

Spelling goals

listen carefully.

Dictation attempt:

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Template for Task 4: Copying and writing – Line width and spacing recommended for 8- to 9-year-olds

Name: Task 4

Date: Copying and writing

With your best writing posture, pencil grip and letter formation, rewrite the story from Task 1.

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Teac he r

Title of the story:

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Template for Task 5: Dictation – Line width and spacing recommended for 8- to 9-year-olds

Name: Task 5

Date: Dictation

The story will be read (i.e. dictated) and you will need to write the story. You will need to listen carefully. You will also need to apply the spelling, writing and punctuation that have been practised in previous tasks. ✓ Choose one.

Writing goals

(Adult to discuss with child and choose only one goal from those listed below.) Today, I am trying to:

r o e t s Bo r e p ok u S A listening goal

remember the size of my letters

remember not to mix up my uppercase and lower-case letters place my letters on the dark lines use a proper pencil grip.

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Other goal:

Spelling goals

listen carefully.

Dictation attempt: 1.

sound out as I spell words

2.

correctly use my phonic skills.

A punctuation goal

3.

remember capital letters and full stops.

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Title of the story:

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Phonic Dictation: Book A - Ages 6-7  

Phonic Dictation is a series of four books designed to develop students’ ability to transfer phonic and spelling skills to extended readin...

Phonic Dictation: Book A - Ages 6-7  

Phonic Dictation is a series of four books designed to develop students’ ability to transfer phonic and spelling skills to extended readin...