30 September 2011

Thursday 29 September 2011

This week’s spellings continue to involve adding ‘…ing’.

This time all the words need to drop the e for ‘ing’

Some examples in sentences:

Drop the e for ing (A)

This week’s spellings are all words need you to drop the e from the end of the word before adding ing. They often have long vowel sounds.

judge – judging

stride – striding

create – creating

compete – competing

chime – chiming

whine – whining

waddle – wadding

pace – pacing

combine – combining

thrive – thriving


Drop the e for ing (B)

This week’s spellings are all words need you to drop the e from the end of the word before adding ing. They often have long vowel sounds.

judge – judging

slide – sliding

create – creating

stride – striding

chime – chiming

race – racing

hide – hiding

pace – pacing

care – caring

combine – combining


Drop the e for ing (C)

This week’s spellings are all words need you to drop the e from the end of the word before adding ing. They often have long vowel sounds.

The last 4 words are words we use a lot – ‘high frequency’ words.

judge – judging

slide – sliding

create – creating

stride – striding

make – making

race – racing

hide – hiding

pace – pacing

care – caring

shake – shaking

place

high

some

together