Year 1 Spelling

15 March 2019

Posted on Monday 18 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.

me
my
his
her
they
your

08 March 2019

Posted on Friday 08 March 2019 by Mr Parker

This week, our spellings are Year 1 high frequency words. These are common words and appear very often in written texts.

once
friend
school
house
our
love

01 March 2019

Posted on Friday 01 March 2019 by Mr Parker

This week, our spellings are Year 1 high frequency words. These are common words and appear very often in written texts.

were
there
what
when
out
oh

08 February 2019

Posted on Saturday 09 February 2019 by Mr Parker

This week, our spellings are Year 1 high frequency words. These are common words and appear very often in written texts.

could
down
from
have
here
him

01 February 2019

Posted on Friday 01 February 2019 by Mr Parker

This week, our spellings are some high frequency words. These are common words and appear very often in written texts.

about
asked
back
called
came
come

18 January 2019

Posted on Friday 18 January 2019 by Mr Parker

This week, our spellings focus on words that contain the ‘i_e’ and ‘o_e’ split digraph.

fine
bride
hide
bone
joke
stone

07 December 2018

Posted on Friday 07 December 2018 by Mr Parker

This week, our spellings focus on words which contain the ‘ew’ digraph. This digraph can make two slightly different sounds. It can make the ‘oo’ and the ‘you’ sound.

blew
threw
stew
crew
grew
screw

30 November 2018

Posted on Saturday 01 December 2018 by Mr Parker

This week, our spellings focus on words which contain the ‘aw’ digraph.

dawn
claw
saw
straw
draw
lawn

23 November 2018

Posted on Friday 23 November 2018 by Mr Parker

This week, our spellings focus on words which contain the ‘ue’ digraph. The ‘ue’ digraph make the ‘you’ sound.

argue
statue
rescue
    due
cue

16 November 2018

Posted on Friday 16 November 2018 by Mr Parker

This week, our spellings focus on words that contain the ‘ir’ digraph.

stir
shirt
bird
first
girl
skirt