1st – 2nd GRADE – English

    This page on our website offers your first or second grader some interesting facts about the world we live in, written in language appropriate for beginner readers. Most of the articles on this page are in phase 4 or 5 phonics. 

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OCEANS

AFRICAN SAVANNAH

Plants We Eat

 

THE FOUR SEASONS

word endings – ss,zz,ll,ff and ck

 

 

PHONICS – first CVC words

 

End-Of-Year-School Project

 

PATTERNS

M,N,H,B,F,L,J and V letters

C,K,D and I letters exercise
(1st grade – uppercase and lowercase practice)

               The Five Senses

 

ABC
1st grade Singular and Plural (with S)

 

TIME

Home Sweet Home – 1st Grade (Science)
Visual Aid – 2nd Grade – Gems and Minerals
1st Grade Science – FOOD PYRAMID (Visual Aid)
O and G letters exercise (1st grade – uppercase and lowercase practice)

Food (1st Grade)

SATP letters exercise (1st grade – uppercase and lowercase practice)
LANDSCAPES AND LANDFORMS
LANDSCAPES AND LANDFORMS
Summer Holiday Homework - 1st grade
Summer Holiday Homework – 1st grade
 MARCONI (2nd grade reading practice+ worksheet)
MARCONI (2nd grade reading practice+ worksheet)
MOUNTAINS (Read with Phonics)
MOUNTAINS (1st and 2nd grade)
TROPICAL RAINFOREST (Read with Phonics)
TROPICAL RAINFOREST (Read with Phonics)
africansavannahfeat
AFRICAN SAVANNAH (Read with Phonics)
featfood
THE FOOD WE EAT (Read with Phonics)
INDIANS - NATIVE AMERICANS (Read with Phonics)
INDIANS – NATIVE AMERICANS (Read with Phonics)
mexicoflag
MEXICO (Read with Phonics)
THE FOUR SEASONS - PHONICS READING
THE FOUR SEASONS (Read with Phonics)

phase 4 phonics – CVCC words such as “belt”, “shop” etc

                               – high frequency words

                                – simple sentence structures

                                – tricky words such as “have”, “some” etc

phase 5 phonics – vowel diagraphs – ea, oo, ow, aw etc

                                  – short and long vowels

                                   – silent E – “smile”, “hike” etc

                                   – phonic endings – an, – ar, – ap, – en, – ate, – ail etc

                                   – same letter, different sound

                                   – high frequency words

 

 

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