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Set 3

Set 3 Speed Sound cards

a-e: make a cake

ai: snail in the rain

ea: cup of tea

e: he me we she be

i-e: nice smile

o-e: phone home

ao: goat in a boat

u-e: huge brute

ew: chew the stew

 

 

 

 

aw: yawn at dawn

 

are: share and care

 

ur: nurse for a purse

er: a better letter

ow: brown cow

 

oi: spoil the boy

 

ire: fire fire!

 

ear: hear with your ear

 

ure: sure it’s pure?

 

Step 3:

Children will continue to be introduced to RWI books starting with Ditty moving through to grey books when they successfully begin to read single words. The short vowels should be kept short and sharp:

Children use sound-blending (Fred Talk) to read short ditties. They will bring these home once they have read and discussed the book in class. Children will then be challenged to use their developing phonic knowledge to write short sentences.

Within all the books children will have red and green words to learn to help them to become speedy readers. Red words are words that are not easily decodable and challenge words to extend children’s vocabulary. Green words are linked to the sounds they have been learning and are easily decodable.

Dots and dashes represent the sound each letter makes.

Once your child has been introduced and taught these words in school we will send them home for you to continue practising with your child.

 

Book colour

Sounds learning

Sounds reading

Ditty/Red

Set 1

1.1-1.4 word time words

 

Green

Begin Set 2

Practise Set 1

Purple

Set 2

Set 1

Pink

Set 2

Set 1, some set 2 sounds come later in the pink books

Orange

Begin Set 3

Practise Set 2

Yellow+

Set 3

Begin some Set 3

Grey

Set 3

All sets

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