Year 1 Spelling

13 September 2019

Posted on Friday 13 September 2019 by Mr Parker

This week’s spellings are some common exception words. Some of these exception words are used frequently in the children’s reading and writing. They are words in which the English spelling code works in an unusual or uncommon way.

I
go
to
the
no
was

06 September 2019

Posted on Friday 06 September 2019 by Mr Parker

For this week’s spellings, your challenge is to practice writing your full name. Remember to use capital letters for all your names.

You will be able to show off how well you can spell your name in next Thursday’s test.

12 July 2019

Posted on Friday 12 July 2019 by Mr Parker

This week’s spellings are days of the week.

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday

28 June 2019

Posted on Friday 28 June 2019 by Mr Parker

This week’s spellings are numbers 8 to 14.

eight
nine
ten
eleven
twelve
thirteen
fourteen

21 June 2019

Posted on Saturday 22 June 2019 by Mr Parker

This week’s spellings are numbers 1 to 7.

one

two

three

four

five

six

seven

07 June 2019

Posted on Friday 07 June 2019 by Mr Parker

This week’s spellings are compound words. Compound words are two words that fit together to make a new one.

snowman
football
raincoat
backbone
hairbrush
bathroom

17 May 2019

Posted on Friday 17 May 2019 by Mr Parker

This week’s spellings are words ending in the suffix ‘est’ where no change is needed to the root word.

fastest
longest
shortest
slowest
loudest
oldest

 

26 April 2019

Posted on Friday 26 April 2019 by Mr Parker

This week’s spellings are words ending in the suffix ‘ed’ where no change is needed to the root word.

Children often make mistakes with these spellings, adding ‘t’, ‘d’ or ‘id’ to the root word instead of ‘ed’.

played
jumped
needed
shouted
watched
enjoyed

18 April 2019

Posted on Thursday 18 April 2019 by Mr Parker

This week, our spellings are from the Year 1 common exception word list. These are that do not follow the common phonetic spelling rules of the language, or where the usual rules act in an unusual way.

one

ask

push

pull

full

put

22 March 2019

Posted on Friday 22 March 2019 by Mr Parker

This week, our spellings are from the Year 1 common exception word list. These are that do not follow the common phonetic spelling rules of the language, or where the usual rules act in an unusual way.

today
of
said
says
are
some