Today we are are continuing with tally charts.
A tally chart is a great way to record data and as you are brilliant at counting in 5's now, you can easily count up your data when you have collected it.
As it is book week this week, maybe you could create your own tally chart of
the books on your bookshelf.
How could you organise them?
or, aw, au, ore, oar
torn, draw, Taunton, wore, boar
Spelling /or/ as a(l)
all, fall, talk
Can they think of any other words that follow this pattern?
ball, hall, small, wall, always, walk, stalk
Write the word to go with the picture.
Show the graphemes or, aw, oar and a(l).
Say a word and challenge children to spell it. Have they used the correct grapheme?