11 March 2022
Practise adding the ‘ful’ and ‘less’ suffixes to the following words.
These will be tested on Friday 18th March. Good luck!
04 March 2022
Please find this week’s spellings below:
Ask your child why February has a capital letter!
These will be tested on Friday 11th March.
04 February 2022
This week, we’d like you to practise spelling words with the prefixes (tele) and (auto).
28 January 2022
This week’s spellings are focussed on the prefixes ‘dis’ and ‘un’. A prefix is a group of letters added to the start of a word and can change its meaning. For example, the prefix ‘un’ can change the word reliable to unreliable.
Practise spelling the following words ready for a test on Friday 4th February.
uncertain, disadvantage, dispossess, unavoidable, disobey, unaware, unnatural, undecided
21 January 2022
This week, we’d like you to practise spelling these contractions.
A contraction is two words that have been contracted into one word. A contraction is a less formal way of writing. For example, you are would become you’re.
The words for you to practise are:
shouldn’t (should not), couldn’t (could not), won’t (will not), they’ll (they will), you’ll (you will), I’d (I had), you’re (you are), they’re (they are)
These words will be tested on Friday 28th January. Good luck!
14 January 2022
This week’s spellings are the alternative graphemes for the ‘oa’ and ‘ue’ phonemes:
smoke, throw, floating, through, peculiar, refuse, loosest, barbecue
Practise spelling these words in short, purposeful chunks ready for a test on Friday 21st January.
07 January 2022
This week’s spellings are based on the alternative graphemes ‘ay’, ‘ee’ and ‘i’.
Practise spelling these words at home for a test on 14th January.
neighbour, reign, believe, increase, guide, bicycle, tried, exercise
03 December 2021
Practice adding -ed, -er, -est and -ing to these words:
26 November 2021
This week, we’d like you to practice changing these words to plural:
19 November 2021
For this week’s spelling, we’d like you to practise adding the suffixes -er and -est to these words: