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Spellings

 

We will not be testing the children, but you may want to incorporate this into your weekly home learning and test them yourselves.

 

There are a few ideas for spelling activities to help your child learn and retain the spellings. 

Set 1

Group 1

Group 2

Group 3

-er, -est and -y endings  -er, -est and -y endings  -er, -est and -y endings 
deep large crazy
deeper larger crazier
deepest largest craziest
neat thin lucky
neater thiner luckier
neatest thinest luckiest
loud bigger happier
louder biggest happiest
loudest hotter funnier
near hottest funniest

nearer

nearer

nearer

nearest nearest nearest

 

 

Set 2

Group 1

Group 2

Group 3

irregular tense changes  irregular tense changes irregular tense changes
blow begin teach
blew began taught
grow sweep fight
grew swept fought
throw break catch
threw broke caught
know write think
knew wrote thought
swim hear strike
swam heard struck

 

Set 3

Group 1

Group 2

Group 3

two syllable words with double consonants two syllable words with double consonants two syllable words with double consonants
mummy carry running
daddy follow swimming
happy pillow shopping
snappy swallow getting
funny letter kettle
runny butter bubble
sorry pepper written
lorry dinner messed
penny better stopped
puppy rabbit grabbed

 

Set 4

Group 1

Group 2

Group 3

homophones homophones homophones
are peace morning
our piece mourning
hour right place
too write plaice
two herd seen
sum heard scene
some board through
sun bored threw
son there their
there they're they're

 

Set 5

Group 1

Group 2

Group 3

compound words compound words compound words
out anyone anywhere
side someone somewhere
outside everybody everywhere
inside anybody cupboard
play somebody breakfast
time everybody deadline
playtime anything upstairs
foot something weekend
ball everything playground
football nothing clockwise

 

Set 6

 

Group 1

Group 2

Group 3

suffixes -ly, -ful, -less suffixes -ly, -ful, -less suffixes -ly, -ful, -less
kind friend actually
kindly friendly especially
real proper eventually
really properly properly
nice right personally
nicely rightly certainly
week final honestly
weekly finally probably
near total happily
nearly totally totally
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