Topic Spring includes:
Non-fiction: Woodland trolls
Non-fiction: Woodlands plants in spring
Poetry: In the air by Moira Andrew/Spring song by Kevin McCann
Picture scene (pseudo words): Spring harvest .
Picture scene (real words): Woodland Scene
Activity sheet 1: Spring treasure hunt
Activity sheet 2: Spring harvest
For each topic covered there are two pages of practical teacher’s notes offering activity ideas to help you make the best use of the resources and texts provided. Activities are clearly signposted to indicate whether they are most suitable for shared, guided or independent reading sessions and, where relevant, opportunities for writing and for developing speaking and listening skills are also highlighted. The book makes frequent references to the phases of Letters and Sounds, which can be downloaded for free from the Publications section of the Department for Education website
Taken from Make Phonics Fun: Spring. This book sets out to make preparation for the Year 1 phonics screening check both effective and fun. Designed to complement your school’s phonics scheme, the three books in this practical, activitybased series offer all the resources you need to enable your pupils to apply their phonics knowledge across the curriculum and to develop their reading skills in a fun, meaningful and relevant context. There is one book for every school term, each covering six inspirational topics.