In the story I Like That Horse the reader follows a group of children choose their favourite horse to ride on the merry-go-round. Word Study – High-frequency words: I, Like, That, like, that, It, has, is, a, – Punctuation: full stops, exclamation mark, capital letters, – Phonics and phonemic awareness: – – I, i – I, It, is, – – h – has, horse, – – onsets and rimes – p/ink, th/at, – – plurals – spots, stripes, , – Use of capital and lowercase letters – I, i, Skills and Strategies Reading I Like That Horse will reinforce the following objectives and give the children the opportunity to: – recognise sound/letter relationships, – understand that text must make sense and use cues to monitor this, – point one-to-one as each word is read to ensure an appropriate match, – prepare for independent writing using a variety of methods. Materials- copies of BLM, pencils, markers, – pieces of card, paint, string, scissors, a hoop shape.
Themes covered in this book are: Animals, Birds and Insects and Pets
Reading Level: 3-5 (Red)