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by Brenda Casey
'Cat's Eyes' - a new poem written by Michael Rosen for the Design
Council's Star project. Illustrated by Christopher Gunson.
Print out the shared text Cat's Eyes.
Print out (and duplicate) the activity sheets sheet 4a, sheet 4b and any other resources you plan to use from the Print and Do page.
If desired print off and laminate some Phoneme Friends for use in the Whole Class activities.
Rhymes and jingles featuring l blends
The North Wind doth blow;
Tom he was a piper's son;
2, 4, 6, 8, Mary at the cottage gate;
Alas, alack, the clouds are so black;
Jack Sprat could eat no fat
Books featuring initial blends containing l
Tony Ross, Oscar got the Blame (Andersen Press);
G Rose, The Clever Tortoise (Cambridge University Press);
Pat Hutchins, The Wind Blew (Red Fox);
Pathways: Stage 3: Slide Down the Rainbow Big Book (Collins Educational)
black, blob, block, blot;
clack, clad, clam, clap, clash,
cliff, clip, clock, clog, clot, cloth, club, cluck;
flag, flap, flash, flat, flesh, flick, flip, flock, flop, fly;
glad, glass, gloss;
plan, play, plop, plod, pluck, plug,
plum, plus, ply;
slab, slam, slap, slim, slip, slot, slug, sly