Year 1 Spelling

13 July 2018

Posted on Friday 13 July 2018 by Mr Parker

This week, Year One’s spellings are words that were commonly spelt wrong during writing sessions throughout the year.

because
where
said
looked
people
could
would
have

06 July 2018

Posted on Friday 06 July 2018 by Mr Parker

This week, Year One’s spellings are words that have the prefix ‘un’. Discuss with your child that ‘un’ can be added to verbs and adjectives to change the meaning of the word.

unfair
untrue
unpack
unsafe
unwell
untidy
untie
unlock

29 June 2018

Posted on Friday 29 June 2018 by Mr Parker

This week, Year One’s spellings are words that have the suffix ‘es’. Adding ‘es’ on words that end in s, x, ch, th and z makes them plural (more than one).

witches
boxes
benches
bushes
dishes
dresses
matches
classes

15 June 2018

Posted on Friday 15 June 2018 by Mr Parker

This week, Year One’s spellings are months 1-6. Months 7-12 will be next week. Remember that they all start with a capital letter.

January
February
March
April
May
June

08 June 2018

Posted on Friday 08 June 2018 by Mr Parker

 

This week, Year One’s spellings are days of the week. Remember that they all start with a capital letter.

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday

11 May 2018

Posted on Friday 11 May 2018 by Mr Parker

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

oldest
softest
loudest
warmest
fastest
longest
lowest
neatest

04 May 2018

Posted on Friday 04 May 2018 by Mr Parker

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

jumping
talking
singing
asking
walking
hunting
playing
eating

27 April 2018

Posted on Friday 27 April 2018 by Mr Parker

This week, Year One’s spellings are words ending in ‘ed‘. The suffix ‘ed‘ changes a verb to past tense.

jumped
talked
hunted
asked
walked
shouted
looked
yawned

16 March 2018

Posted on Friday 16 March 2018 by Mr Parker

This week, your child’s spellings are high frequency words. High frequency words are common words – words that appear very often in written texts.

called
people
looked
asked
could
their
have
house

09 March 2018

Posted on Friday 09 March 2018 by Mr Parker

Next week, we’re learning about words which contain the ‘u_e‘ digraph, which makes a long ‘ooo’ sound.

cube
volume
rude
huge
amuse
cute
rule
tune