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Clare and the Fair (Oxford Reading Tree Songbirds Phonics_ Level 6)

Clare and the Fair (Oxford Reading Tree Songbirds Phonics_ Level 6)

Rhonics

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Julia .1

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Talk together )

Ask the child to

• Point to each letter pattern in the box on the back cover and say the sound
that it makes in words. Tell the child that each of these letter patterns can
make the same sound.

• Look out for these letter patterns in the story and try and remember the
sounds they make.

( Reading the story )

Remember, children learn best when reading is relaxed and enjoyable, so give
lots of praise.
• Encourage the child to try to read any words they do not recognise by

saying the sounds of each letter pattern separately (e.g. C - / - are), then
running the sounds together quickly. If they find it difficult to say the
sounds, say the word for them first, then see if they can hear the sounds in
the word.
• Explain that it is important when running the sounds in a word together
to check to see if it sounds like a real word as some words are less regular
(e.g. come). Read these words to the child if they do not recognise them.
Point out the letters that make the usual sound in each word (e.g. the c in
come). This will help the child to remember these words.

TEACHERS ^

See inside back cover for other activities. Helmut child’s Teading

with essential tips, phonics
support and free eBooks

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Clare and the Fair

<? ■ page 2
page 12
Come to the Fair
Clare! Clare! .....

Come to the Fair «i

Come to the fair! i
Come to the fair!
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Ride in a car.

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Down to the ground and
up in the air!

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Mums, dads and children
- everyone's there,
flying around with
the wind in their hair.

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Have a good stare.

Have a good scare!

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You might win a fairy. )
You might win a bear. •>
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So come to the fair!
Come to the fair!

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Claref Claref

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"Clare, Clare! Look over there!
Who has spilt cornflakes all over the
chair?

Did you do it, Clare?"

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"Oh no," said Clare.
"I didn't do it. It was my bear."

uClare! Clare! Look over there! I

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16

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! Poor little Mary has jam in her hair!
!

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Did you do it, Clare?

Oh no," said Clare.
I didn't do it. It was my bear.

"Clare! Clare! Look over there!
Jars, tins and packets are everywhere.

20

Did you do it, Clare?"
"Oh no," said Clare.
"I didn't do it. It was my bear.

21

a Bear, Bear! Look over there!
Who has been giving the kitten a scare?

22

Did you do it, Bear?"
Oh no," said Bear.
I didn't do it.

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It must have been Clare."

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( Check comprehension

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Ask the child
o What would they like to do at the fair? Why?

t

© Which poem do they like best?

( Cheek phonics (letter-pattern sounds) ]

Ask the child to
o Read pages 9, 10 and 11 and find some words which rhyme (scare, bear,

fair).
© Identify what sound is the same in all these words? (the end sound air)
© Read pages 16 and 17. Find some more words which contain the long air

sound (Clare, there, hair). Point out that there is a common word with an
unusual spelling pattern for the air sound.

Example phonic words: fair chair air hair fairy stare scare Clare bear
High frequency tricky words - These words are common but children may find
them hard to read at this stage: are come have everyone's everywhere the
their there was

Stage 6 Songbirds
Phonics

Clare and the Fair

Story by Julia Donaldson © Pictures by Barbara Vagnozzi
Series editor Clare Kirtley

Come to the fair and
meet Clare and her bear.

<y Letter Pattern Stage 6 Songbirds
air are ear
cn Tara's Party
c Paula the Vet
2 Where Were You, Bert?
O Clare and the Fair
The Deer and the Earwig
'O Jack and the Giants
■O
TO Available in packs
Stage 6 Songbirds Pack of 6 (one of each title)
-CgO ISBN: 978-0-19-846697-0
5 Stage 6 Songbirds Class Pack (six of each title)
ISBN: 978-0-19-846698-7
Focus Phonics
air (as in hair) Orders and enquiries to Customer Services: tel. 01536 452610 ISBN 978-0-19-846701-4

OXFORD For further information, phone the 9 780198 467014
Oxford Primary Care-line: tel. 01865 353881 Printed in China
UNIVERSITY PRESS RRP £3.99
Text © Julia Donaldson 2006
www.OxfordPrimary.co.uk Illustrations © Oxford University Press 2006
Art edited by Hilary Wright

First published by Oxford University Press 2006
This edition published 2008
10 9 8 76


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