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Spellings

Spellings for Wednesday 1st December 2021.

 

part

party

parties

partner

apart

depart

departed

departing

particular

particularly

 

Looking at the root word part.

Spellings for this week. Adding the suffix 'ing', 'est', 'er' and 'ed' to words ending in 'y'.

 

try                                                                 

trying

tried

happy

happier

happiest

busy

busier

busiest

party

partying

partied

 

Remember if adding 'ing' just add it. If adding any of the others change the y to an i and add the suffix.

 

 

Spellings 3/11/2021

Looking at irregular verbs. Past tense.

blew

knew

threw

thought

caught

taught

spoke

chose

saw

went

Tested on Tuesday 9/11/2021

Spellings. 20/10/2021

 

We are continuing to look at words that have the suffix 'ed' or 'ing' and how they change the spelling of the word when they are added.

 

jump

jumps

jumped

jumping

cry

cries

crying

cried

multiply

multiples

multiplying

multiplied

Spellings for the week 13/10/2021, tested on 19/10/2021.

 

Looking at how the end of a verb changes when adding the suffix 'ing' or 'ed'.

 

like

liked

liking

plan

planned

planning

guard

guarded

guarding

arrive

arrived

arriving

 

Spellings for the week from 6/10/2021:

This week we are looking at the sounds 'ear' and 'ea'

 

heart

earth

disappear

appear

learn

increase

breathe

breath

teacher

early

 

These will be tested on Tuesday 12/10/2021

Spellings. 29/9/2021

 

This week spellings are all on the phoneme /ough/ 

 

though

thought

although

through

bought

brought

fought

enough

rough

throughout

 

These will be tested on 5/10/2021.

This weeks spellings: Given out 22/9/2021 tested 28/9/2021

 

All children have the same spellings at the moment.

We are looking at homophones this week, words that sound the same but have different spellings and different meanings.

 

there

their

they're

hear

here

sea

see

quiet

quite

sun 

son

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