Spelling Lists

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  -el, -al and -il
  -le, -el or -alascender or descender = -le
  -sureWords ending in -sure.
  Adding vowel suffixesAdding -ing and -ed.
  ay sounday sound spelt eigh, ei or ey
  Book 4 Unit 1Prefixes
  Book 4 Unit 3Prefix -auto and some other previous prefixes.
  Book 4 unit 3Short 'u' sound spelt 'ou'
  Book 4 Unit 4Adding -ly suffix to words.
  Book 4 Unit 5-inter prefix and other prefixes revision.
  HomophonesWords that sound the same but have different meanings and spellings.
  Homophones 2Words that sound the same but have different meanings and spellings.
  Red Words 1ASSEMBLY GROUP
  Red Words 2Assembly group
  Red Words 3ASSEMBLY GROUP
  Red Words 4ASSEMBLY GROUP
  Red words 5ASSEMBLY GROUP
  shun phoneme -sion or -tion
  Soft g'j' sound is written with the 'g' when it is followed by 'e' and 'i' The 'j' sound can also be written with a 'dge'
  Unit 1 Soft cHard c = cat Soft c = city
  Unit 4 - short vowel doublingProtect the vowel by doubling the consonant when adding a suffix.
  Unit 7-en, -on, -an, -in
  Unusual pluralsChange f to v and add es rule. When words end in o, we add es. consonant y = change y to ies vowel y = just add s