The spellings this week are all words which require a letter to be doubled up because of a short vowel sound just before.
For example: hopping. The short ‘o’ (different to the ‘o’ in ‘hope’) sound means that the ‘p’ must be doubled up. (If it was a long ‘o’ sound the word would be hoping and wouldn’t need a double ‘p’.)
Nouns and verbs should practise numbers 1-8. Adjectives and adverbs should practise 1-10.
Spellings will be tested on Friday 29 June. Practise hard!