School List for Spelling Practice

John Davies - Nottinghamshire

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Name Description Group
keywords Words from the NLS Y4 Term 2/3 lists Y2 Term 3
keywords Words from the NLS Y4 Term 3 and Y5 Term 1 lists Y2 Term 3
keywords Words from the NLS Year 4 Term 2 list Y2 Term 3
keywords Words from the Y4 Term 1 NLS list Y2 Term 3
Temporal connectives Y2 Term 3
Reception Key Words Some more reception key words for you to practice. Year 1 Term 1
Reception Key Words Some of the reception key words for you to practice. Year 1 Term 1
Short vowel sounds - a These words all have a short vowel 'a' sound in the middle of them. Year 1 Term 1
Short vowel sounds - e Some words with a short vowel 'e' in the middle of them. Year 1 Term 1
Short vowel sounds - i These words all contain some short vowel sounds in the middle of the words. These ones all have an 'i' in them. Year 1 Term 1
Short vowel sounds - o All these words have a short vowel 'o' in the middle. Year 1 Term 1
Short vowel sounds - u These words all contain short vowels of 'u' in the middle of words. Year 1 Term 1
year 1/2 words Some year 1/2 words for you to have a practice at. Year 1 Term 1
year 1/2 words Some more year 1/2 words for you to try. Year 1 Term 1
year 1/2 words More words for you to practice. Year 1 Term 1
year 1/2 words A few more for you to practice at. Year 1 Term 1
-ct words All these words have the final constant cluster of ct. Year 1 Term 2
-ft words All these words have a final constant cluster of -ft Year 1 Term 2
-lb to -lt words All these words have a Final Consonant Cluster of -lb to -lt Year 1 Term 2
-mp and -nd words All these words have a Final Consonant Cluster of -mp and -nd Year 1 Term 2
-ng and -nk words All these words have a Final Consonant Cluster of -ng and -nk Year 1 Term 2
-nt and -pt words All these words have a Final Consonant Cluster of -nt and -pt Year 1 Term 2
-sk, -sp and -st words All these words have a Final Consonant Cluster of -sk, -sp and -st Year 1 Term 2
bl and br words All these words have the intial constant cluster of bl or br Year 1 Term 2
cl and cr words All these words have the inital constant cluster of cl or cr. Year 1 Term 2
fl and fr words All these words have the inital constant cluster of fl or fr. Year 1 Term 2
gl and gr words All these words have the inital constant cluster of gl or gr. Year 1 Term 2
pl and pr words All these words have the inital constant cluster of pl or pr. Year 1 Term 2
sc and sk words All these words have the inital constant cluster of sc or sk Year 1 Term 2
sl, sm and sn words All these words have the inital constant cluster of sl, sm and sn. Year 1 Term 2
sp and squ words All these words have the inital constant cluster of sp or squ. Year 1 Term 2
st and str words All these words have the inital constant cluster of st or str. Year 1 Term 2
sw and tr words All these words have the inital constant cluster of sw or tr. Year 1 Term 2
'ie', 'i-e', 'igh' and 'y' words These words are spelt 'ie, 'i-e', 'igh', 'y', but they all say 'ie'. Year 1 Term 3
'oa', 'oe', 'o-e', 'ow' words These words are spelt 'oa', 'oe', 'o-e', 'ow', but all say 'oe'. Year 1 Term 3
'oo', 'ue'. 'u-e' or 'ew' words, but all say 'oo' These words are spelt 'oo', 'ue'. 'u-e' or 'ew', but all say 'oo'. Year 1 Term 3
Words with These words contain the sounds "ee" and "ea". Year 1 Term 3
Words with ay, ai, a-e. These words are spelt 'ai', ay' 'a-e', but all say 'ay' Year 1 Term 3
'ar' Common spelling patterns for the 'ar' phoneme Year 2 Term 1
'oi' Common spelling patterns for the 'oy' phoneme Year 2 Term 1
'oo' Year 2 Term 1
'ou' Common spelling patterns for the 'ow' phoneme Year 2 Term 1
'ow' Common spelling patterns for the 'ow' phoneme Year 2 Term 1
'oy' Common spelling patterns for the 'oy' phoneme Year 2 Term 1
colours Year 2 Term 1
Days of the week They must begin with a capital letter Year 2 Term 1
Months of the year They must begin with a capital letter! Year 2 Term 1
numbers Year 2 Term 1
'air' Common patterns for the 'air' phoneme Year 2 Term 2
'are' Common patterns for the 'air' phoneme Year 2 Term 2
'au' Common spelling patterns for the 'or' phoneme Year 2 Term 2
'aw' Common spelling patterns for the 'or' phoneme Year 2 Term 2
'ear' Common patterns for the 'air' phoneme Year 2 Term 2
'er' Common spelling patterns for the 'er' phoneme Year 2 Term 2
'ir' Common patterns for the 'er' phoneme Year 2 Term 2
'or' Common spelling patterns for the 'or' phoneme Year 2 Term 2
'ur' Common patterns for the 'er' phoneme Year 2 Term 2
'wh' Words containing the 'wh' digraph Year 2 Term 2
keywords Y1/2 keywords Year 2 Term 2
keywords Y1/2 keywords Year 2 Term 2
keywords Y1/2 keywords Year 2 Term 2
Year 3 Go 1 Year 1/2 Keywords Year 3 Term 1 Go
Year 3 Go 10 When adding 'ing' if the word ends with a consonant we always double the end sound before adding 'ing' Year 3 Term 1 Go
Year 3 Go 11 To be able to add a suffix onto the end of a word to change its meaning. Year 3 Term 1 Go
Year 3 Go 12 To be able to change a word from a noun to an adjective by adding 'y' Year 3 Term 1 Go
Year 3 Go 2 Year 1/2 Keywords Words that end in ly Interesting words to use at the start of a sentence. Year 3 Term 1 Go
Year 3 Go 3 Tricky words. Words that end in ed Year 3 Term 1 Go
Year 3 Go 4 To notice what happens to a word when ed is added. Year 3 Term 1 Go
Year 3 Go 5 To be able to change words into past tense without needing to add ed. Year 3 Term 1 Go
Year 3 Go 6 To be able to spell words ending in dge. Year 3 Term 1 Go
Year 3 Go 7 To be able to spell words that end in tch. Year 3 Term 1 Go
Year 3 Go 8 's' or 'z' at the end of a word is always followed by 'e' Year 3 Term 1 Go
Year 3 Ready 1 Reception Keywords Year 3 Term 1 Ready
Year 3 Ready 2 Reception Keywords Year 3 Term 1 Ready
Year 3 Ready 3 Reception Keywords Year 3 Term 1 Ready
Year 3 Ready 4 Simple CVC words and some simple Yr1/2 keywords Year 3 Term 1 Ready
Year 3 Ready 5 Yr1/2 keywords Year 3 Term 1 Ready
Year 3 Ready 6 To be able to spell Year 1/2 keywords. Year 3 Term 1 Ready
Year 3 Ready 7 To be able to spell Year 1/2 Keywords. Year 3 Term 1 Ready
Year 3 Steady 1 Year1/2 keywords Year 3 Term 1 Steady
Year 3 Steady 10 To spell words that are spelt incorrectly within our writing. Year 3 Term 1 Steady
Year 3 Steady 11 To be able to spell Year 1/2 Keywords. Year 3 Term 1 Steady
Year 3 Steady 12 To be able to spell words ending in le and ing. Year 3 Term 1 Steady
Year 3 Steady 2 Year 1/2 keywords Year 3 Term 1 Steady
Year 3 Steady 3 Year 1/2 Keywords Year 3 Term 1 Steady
Year 3 Steady 4 Words with the long vowels ea, ee , y, ie, ey Year 3 Term 1 Steady
Year 3 Steady 5 Yr1/2 Keywords Year 3 Term 1 Steady
Year 3 Steady 6 To be able to spell Year 1/2 keywords correctly. Year 3 Term 1 Steady
Year 3 Steady 7 To be able to spell Year 1/2 Keywords Year 3 Term 1 Steady
Year 3 Steady 8 To be able to spell Year 1/r Keywords Year 3 Term 1 Steady
Year 3 Steady 9 To be able to spell Year 1/2 Keywords Year 3 Term 1 Steady
Year 3 Term 2 Week 1 Adding 'y' to the end of a word. Adding er and est to the end of a word. Year 3 Term 2 Go
Year 3 Term 2 Week 10 Better words for 'said' Year 3 Term 2 Go
Year 3 Term 2 Week 11 Months of the year Year 3 Term 2 Go
Year 3 Term 2 Week 12 Year 3 Term 2 Go
Year 3 Term 2 Week 2 words ending in 'ly' Year 3 Term 2 Go
Year 3 Term 2 Week 3 Year 3 Term 2 Go
Year 3 Term 2 Week 4 The children use 'was' in their sentences when writing about more than one person. Have a go at putting these words into sentences to re-enforce 'was' and 'were'. Year 3 Term 2 Go
Year 3 Term 2 Week 5 silent letters Year 3 Term 2 Go
Year 3 Term 2 Week 6 words ending in 'ble' Year 3 Term 2 Go
Year 3 Term 2 Week 7 words that can be used in the children's writing to make it more interesting. Year 3 Term 2 Go
Year 3 Term 2 Week 8 measurement and time Year 3 Term 2 Go
Year 3 Term 2 Week 9 Year 3 Term 2 Go
Year 3 Term 2 Week 1 To be able to spell words with the long vowel sound a-e Year 3 Term 2 Ready
Year 3 Term 2 Week 10 long vowel phoneme 'ie' Year 3 Term 2 Ready
Year 3 Term 2 Week 11 long vowel phoneme 'igh' Year 3 Term 2 Ready
Year 3 Term 2 Week 12 long vowel phoneme 'igh' Year 3 Term 2 Ready
Year 3 Term 2 Week 2 Long vowels ai Year 3 Term 2 Ready
Year 3 Term 2 Week 3 long vowel phonemes ay Year 3 Term 2 Ready
Year 3 Term 2 Week 4 long vowel phoneme 'ee' Year 3 Term 2 Ready
Year 3 Term 2 Week 5 long vowel phoneme 'ea' Year 3 Term 2 Ready
Year 3 Term 2 Week 7 long vowel phone o-e Year 3 Term 2 Ready
Year 3 Term 2 Week 8 long vowel phoneme 'oa' Year 3 Term 2 Ready
Year 3 Term 2 Week 9 long vowel phoneme 'y' Year 3 Term 2 Ready
Year 3 Term 2 Week 1 adding 'le' to the end of a word and 'ing'. Looking at words with the long vowel phones a-e Year 3 Term 2 Steady
Year 3 Term 3 Week 1 Different ways of starting a sentence Year 3 Term 3 Go
Year 3 Term 3 Week 2 Interesting words Year 3 Term 3 Go
Year 3 Term 3 Week 3 interesting words Year 3 Term 3 Go
Year 3 Term 3 Week 4 interesting words Year 3 Term 3 Go
Year 3 Term 3 Week 5 Interesting words Year 3 Term 3 Go
Year 3 Term 3 Week 6 Interesting words Year 3 Term 3 Go
Year 3 Term 3 Week 7 Interesting words Year 3 Term 3 Go
Year 3 Term 3 Week 8 Interesting words Year 3 Term 3 Go
Year 3 Term 3 Week 9 Year 3 Term 3 Go
Year 3 Term 3 Week 9 Year 3 Term 3 Go
Year 3 Term 2 Week 6 look at long vowel phoneme 'ow' Year 3 Term 3 Ready
Year 3 Term 3 Week 1 long vowel 'u_e' 'ue' and 'oo' Year 3 Term 3 Ready
Year 3 Term 3 Week 2 long vowel phoneme 'ew', 'u_e' and 'ue' Year 3 Term 3 Ready
Year 3 Term 3 Week 3 long vowel phonemes 'ew', 'oo' and 'ai' Year 3 Term 3 Ready
Year 3 Term 3 Week 4 long vowel phonemes 'oo', 'ew' and 'u_e' Year 3 Term 3 Ready
Year 3 Term 3 Week 5 numbers Year 3 Term 3 Ready
Year 3 Term 3 Week 6 Days of the week Year 3 Term 3 Ready
Year 3 Term 3 Week 7 Months Year 3 Term 3 Ready
Year 3 Term 3 Week 8 Yr1/2 keywords Year 3 Term 3 Ready
Year 3 Term 3 Week 9 Year 1/2 keywords Year 3 Term 3 Ready
Common homophones 1 Words that sound the same but have a different spelling and a different meaning. Year 4 Term 1
Common homophones 2 Words that sound the same but have a different spelling and meaning. Year 4 Term 1
List 1 List 1 of Autumn term words Year 4 Term 1
List 2 List 2 of Autumn words Year 4 Term 1
List 3 List 3 of Autumn spelling words Year 4 Term 1
List 4 List 4 of Autumn spelling words Year 4 Term 1
List 5 List 5 of Autumn spelling words Year 4 Term 1
List 6 List 6 of spelling words for Autumn term Year 4 Term 1
Group A Class 12 Spellings 14.3.08 Spellings for Group A over the Easter holidays Year 4 Term 2
Group B Class 12 Spellings 14.3.08 Group B's spellings for over the Easter holidays Year 4 Term 2
Group C Class 12 Spellings 14.3.08 Group C's spellings for over the Easter holidays Year 4 Term 2
Group D Class 12 Spellings 14.3.08 Group D's spellings for over the Easter holidays Year 4 Term 2
List 1 List of of Spring words Year 4 Term 2
List 2 List 2 of spelling words Year 4 Term 2
List 3 List 3 of Spring words Year 4 Term 2
List 4 List 4 of Spring words Year 4 Term 2
List 5 List 5 of Spring words Year 4 Term 2
List 6 List 6 of Spring words Year 4 Term 2
Group A Spellings 15.4.08 Group A spellings for 15.4.08 Year 4 Term 3
Group B Spellings 15.4.08 Group B spellings for 15.4.08 Year 4 Term 3
Group C Spellings 15.4.08 Group C Spellings 15.4.08 Year 4 Term 3
Group D Spellings 15.4.08 Group D Spellings 15.4.08 Year 4 Term 3
List 1 List of Summer words Year 4 Term 3
List 2 List 2 of Summer words Year 4 Term 3
List 3 List 3 of Summer words Year 4 Term 3
List 4 List 4 of Summer words Year 4 Term 3
List 5 List 5 of Summer words Year 4 Term 3
List 6 List 6 of Summer words Year 4 Term 3
Homophones mix list 1. A list of words that sound the same but have different meanings. Year 5 Go Term 1.
High frequency keywords list 1. Development of intial sounds and recognition of key words. Year 5 Ready Term 1
High frequency words list 2. A list of high frequencey words with ip and op in them. Year 5 Ready Term 1
Planets Planets of our solar system. Year 5 Science Keywords
Homophones list 1. A list of words that sound the same but have different meanings. Year 5 Steady Term 1
Consonant + y words To investigate, collect and classify spelling patterns in pluralisation, construct rules for regular spellings, e.g. add s to most words; add es to most words ending in s, sh, ch; when y is preceded by a consonant, change to ies; when y is preceded by a vowel, add s. Year 5 Term 1
f and fe endings To investigate, collect and classify spelling patterns in pluralisation, e.g. change f to ves Year 5 Term 1
Hissing and buzzing words To investigate, collect and classify spelling patterns in pluralisation, construct rules for regular spellings, e.g. add s to most words; add es to most words ending in s, sh, ch; when y is preceded by a consonant, change to ies; when y is preceded by a vowel, add s. Year 5 Term 1
Irregular Plurals To investigate, collect and classify spelling patterns in pluralisation, e.g. change f to ves Year 5 Term 1
List 1 with words ending in vowels other than e. To examine the properties of words ending in vowels other than the letter e. Year 5 Term 1
List 2 with words ending in vowels other than e. To examine the properties of words ending in vowels other than the letter e. Year 5 Term 1
List 3 with words ending in vowels other than e. To examine the properties of words ending in vowels other than the letter e. Year 5 Term 1
List 4 with words ending in vowels other than e. To examine the properties of words ending in vowels other than the letter e. Year 5 Term 1
List 5 with words ending in vowels other than e. To examine the properties of words ending in vowels other than the letter e. Year 5 Term 1
List 6 with words ending in vowels other than e. To examine the properties of words ending in vowels other than the letter e. Year 5 Term 1
List 7 with words ending in vowels other than e. To examine the properties of words ending in vowels other than the letter e. Year 5 Term 1
Prefix "auto" To collect and investigate the meanings and spellings of words using the following prefixes: auto, bi, trans, tele, circum. Year 5 Term 1
Prefix "bi" To collect and investigate the meanings and spellings of words using the following prefixes: auto, bi, trans, tele, circum. Year 5 Term 1
Prefix "circum" To collect and investigate the meanings and spellings of words using the following prefixes: auto, bi, trans, tele, circum. Year 5 Term 1
Prefix "tele" To collect and investigate the meanings and spellings of words using the following prefixes: auto, bi, trans, tele, circum. Year 5 Term 1
Prefix "trans" To collect and investigate the meanings and spellings of words using the following prefixes: auto, bi, trans, tele, circum. Year 5 Term 1
Typical pluralisation words . To investigate, collect and classify spelling patterns in pluralisation, construct rules for regular spellings, e.g. add s to most words; add es to most words ending in s, sh, ch; when y is preceded by a consonant, change to ies; when y is preceded by a vowel, add s. Year 5 Term 1
Words with "act" and "child" To identify word roots, derivations, and spelling patterns, e.g. sign, signature, signal; bomb, bombastic, bombard; remit, permit, permission, in order to extend vocabulary and provide support for spelling. Year 5 Term 1
Words with "ass", "bore", "claim" and "mine" To identify word roots, derivations, and spelling patterns, e.g. sign, signature, signal; bomb, bombastic, bombard; remit, permit, permission, in order to extend vocabulary and provide support for spelling. Year 5 Term 1
Words with "balance", "call", "cover", "give" and "hand". To identify word roots, derivations, and spelling patterns, e.g. sign, signature, signal; bomb, bombastic, bombard; remit, permit, permission, in order to extend vocabulary and provide support for spelling. Year 5 Term 1
Words with "elec" and "take" To identify word roots, derivations, and spelling patterns, e.g. sign, signature, signal; bomb, bombastic, bombard; remit, permit, permission, in order to extend vocabulary and provide support for spelling. Year 5 Term 1
Words with "govern", "hero", "light", "medic" and "operate". To identify word roots, derivations, and spelling patterns, e.g. sign, signature, signal; bomb, bombastic, bombard; remit, permit, permission, in order to extend vocabulary and provide support for spelling. Year 5 Term 1
Words with "joy", "machine", "obey", "pack" and "pass". To identify word roots, derivations, and spelling patterns, e.g. sign, signature, signal; bomb, bombastic, bombard; remit, permit, permission, in order to extend vocabulary and provide support for spelling. Year 5 Term 1
Words with "pain", "prison", "prove" and "relate" To identify word roots, derivations, and spelling patterns, e.g. sign, signature, signal; bomb, bombastic, bombard; remit, permit, permission, in order to extend vocabulary and provide support for spelling. Year 5 Term 1
Words with "press", "public" and "shake". To identify word roots, derivations, and spelling patterns, e.g. sign, signature, signal; bomb, bombastic, bombard; remit, permit, permission, in order to extend vocabulary and provide support for spelling. Year 5 Term 1
"ll" change the y to and i words To explore spelling patterns of consonants and formulate rules: ll in full becomes l when used as a suffix. Year 5 Term 2
Contrasting sets, "ing" words lists 2. To explore spelling patterns of consonants and formulate rules: Words ending with a single consonant preceded by a short vowel double the consonant before adding ing. Year 5 Term 2
Contrasting sets, "ing" words/ To explore spelling patterns of consonants and formulate rules: Words ending with a single consonant preceded by a short vowel double the consonant before adding ing. Year 5 Term 2
Contrasting sets, double letters words list 1. To explore spelling patterns of consonants and formulate rules: Words ending with a single consonant preceded by a short vowel double the consonant before adding ing. Year 5 Term 2
Contrasting sets, double letters words list 2. To explore spelling patterns of consonants and formulate rules: Words ending with a single consonant preceded by a short vowel double the consonant before adding ing. Year 5 Term 2
Homophone list 5. To distinguish between homophones, i.e. words with common pronunciations but different spellings, e.g. eight, ate; grate, great; rain, rein, reign Year 5 Term 2
Homophones list 1. To distinguish between homophones, i.e. words with common pronunciations but different spellings, e.g. eight, ate; grate, great; rain, rein, reign Year 5 Term 2
Homophones list 2. To distinguish between homophones, i.e. words with common pronunciations but different spellings, e.g. eight, ate; grate, great; rain, rein, reign Year 5 Term 2
Homophones list 3. To distinguish between homophones, i.e. words with common pronunciations but different spellings, e.g. eight, ate; grate, great; rain, rein, reign Year 5 Term 2
Homophones list 4. To distinguish between homophones, i.e. words with common pronunciations but different spellings, e.g. eight, ate; grate, great; rain, rein, reign Year 5 Term 2
Homophones list 6. To distinguish between homophones, i.e. words with common pronunciations but different spellings, e.g. eight, ate; grate, great; rain, rein, reign Year 5 Term 2
Homophones list 7. To distinguish between homophones, i.e. words with common pronunciations but different spellings, e.g. eight, ate; grate, great; rain, rein, reign Year 5 Term 2
Possessive pronouns. The correct use and spelling of possessive pronouns, linked to work on grammar, e.g. their, theirs; your, yours; my, mine Year 5 Term 2
Suffix list 1. Words with cian and sion. To recognise and spell the suffix: cian, etc. Year 5 Term 2
Suffix list 2. Words with ssion and tion. To recognise and spell the suffix: cian, etc. Year 5 Term 2
Suffix list 3. Words with ation and etion. Proper nouns with ian and ean. To recognise and spell the suffix: cian, etc. Year 5 Term 2
Suffix list 3. Words with ition and otion To recognise and spell the suffix: cian, etc. Year 5 Term 2
Suffix list 4. Words with ution. To recognise and spell the suffix: cian, etc. Year 5 Term 2
To be able to spell words with ight To investigate words that have common letter strings but different pronunciations, e.g. rough, cough, bough; boot, foot Year 5 Term 2
Typical "ll" words list 2 To explore spelling patterns of consonants and formulate rules: ll in full becomes l when used as a suffix. Year 5 Term 2
Typical ll Words To explore spelling patterns of consonants and formulate rules: ll in full becomes l when used as a suffix. Year 5 Term 2
Undoubled letters list 1. To explore spelling patterns of consonants and formulate rules: Words ending with a single consonant preceded by a short vowel double the consonant before adding ing. Year 5 Term 2
Undoubled letters list 2. To explore spelling patterns of consonants and formulate rules: Words ending with a single consonant preceded by a short vowel double the consonant before adding ing. Year 5 Term 2
Words with ce To explore spelling patterns of consonants and formulate rules: c is usually soft when followed by i, e.g. circus, accident Year 5 Term 2
Words with ce To explore spelling patterns of consonants and formulate rules: c is usually soft when followed by i, e.g. circus, accident Year 5 Term 2
Words with ci To explore spelling patterns of consonants and formulate rules: c is usually soft when followed by i, e.g. circus, accident Year 5 Term 2
Words with cy To explore spelling patterns of consonants and formulate rules: c is usually soft when followed by i, e.g. circus, accident Year 5 Term 2
Words with ear To investigate words that have common letter strings but different pronunciations, e.g. rough, cough, bough; boot, foot Year 5 Term 2
Words with ear in them. To investigate words that have common letter strings but different pronunciations, e.g. rough, cough, bough; boot, foot Year 5 Term 2
Words with ie To investigate words that have common letter strings but different pronunciations, e.g. rough, cough, bough; boot, foot Year 5 Term 2
Words with ie in them. To investigate words that have common letter strings but different pronunciations, e.g. rough, cough, bough; boot, foot Year 5 Term 2
Words with ight To investigate words that have common letter strings but different pronunciations, e.g. rough, cough, bough; boot, foot Year 5 Term 2
Words with oo To investigate words that have common letter strings but different pronunciations, e.g. rough, cough, bough; boot, foot Year 5 Term 2
Words with oo in them. To investigate words that have common letter strings but different pronunciations, e.g. rough, cough, bough; boot, foot Year 5 Term 2
Words with ough To investigate words that have common letter strings but different pronunciations, e.g. rough, cough, bough; boot, foot Year 5 Term 2
Words with ough in them. To investigate words that have common letter strings but different pronunciations, e.g. rough, cough, bough; boot, foot Year 5 Term 2
Words with our To investigate words that have common letter strings but different pronunciations, e.g. rough, cough, bough; boot, foot Year 5 Term 2
Words with our in them. To investigate words that have common letter strings but different pronunciations, e.g. rough, cough, bough; boot, foot Year 5 Term 2
List 1 Changing the root word. To be able to transform words, e.g. changing tenses:ed, ing; negation:un, im, il; making comparatives: er,est, ish; changing verbs to nouns, e.g. ion, ism, ology; nouns to verbs: ise, ify, en. Look at these suffixes and prefixes, add them to the root word to change that word. You need to look at these, negation: un, de, dis, anti, il. Verb to noun: tion, ism, ness, ity, ist, ir, im, in. Noun to verb: ise, ify, ate, en. Tenses: s/es, d/ed, ing, en. Comparatives: er, est, ish, like Year 5 Term 3
List 1 ie words. To investigate and learn spelling rules: i before e except after c when the sound is ee, e.g. receive. Note and learn the exceptions. Notes: Most words with ie sound use ie. ie is the only word-ending. ei is only word-beginning. c is usually followed by ei (science, glacier and ancient are troublesome exceptions). The long a sound generally indicates ei. Note that the long a pronunciation has drifted a little over time, and is also affected by accent. Other common ei words are best memorised by exception. Year 5 Term 3
List 1, Adjectives. To investigate and learn spelling rules: Words ending in y preceded by a consonant change y to ie when adding a suffix, e.g. flies, tried except for the suffixes ly or ing, e.g. shly, flying. Notes: y changes to i when you add the suffixes ness, er, est, ed, ly An important exception is adding ing it would be very odd to have a word containing a double i, and difficult to say. No other final letter changes when adding a suffix (though letters can double). Year 5 Term 3
List 1, modifying the e at the end of a word. To investigate and learn spelling rules: Words ending in, modifying e drop e when adding ing, e.g. taking. Words ending in, modifying e keep e when adding a suffix beginning with a consonant, e.g. hopeful, lovely. Notes: Drop the e to add vowel suffixes. Retain the e to add consonant suffixes. Year 5 Term 3
List 2 ie words. To investigate and learn spelling rules: i before e except after c when the sound is ee, e.g. receive. Note and learn the exceptions. Notes: Most words with ie sound use ie. ie is the only word-ending. ei is only word-beginning. c is usually followed by ei (science, glacier and ancient are troublesome exceptions). The long a sound generally indicates ei. Note that the long a pronunciation has drifted a little over time, and is also affected by accent. Other common ei words are best memorised by exception. Year 5 Term 3
List 2, Adjectives. To investigate and learn spelling rules: Words ending in y preceded by a consonant change y to ie when adding a suffix, e.g. flies, tried except for the suffixes ly or ing, e.g. shly, flying. Notes: y changes to i when you add the suffixes ness, er, est, ed, ly An important exception is adding ing it would be very odd to have a word containing a double i, and difficult to say. No other final letter changes when adding a suffix (though letters can double). Year 5 Term 3
List 2, changing words. To be able to transform words, e.g. changing tenses:ed, ing; negation:un, im, il; making comparatives: er,est, ish; changing verbs to nouns, e.g. ion, ism, ology; nouns to verbs: ise, ify, en. Look at these suffixes and prefixes, add them to the root word to change that word. You need to look at these, negation: un, de, dis, anti, il. Verb to noun: tion, ism, ness, ity, ist, ir, im, in. Noun to verb: ise, ify, ate, en. Tenses: s/es, d/ed, ing, en. Comparatives: er, est, ish, like Year 5 Term 3
List 2, modifying the e at the end of a word. To investigate and learn spelling rules: Words ending in, modifying e drop e when adding ing, e.g. taking. Words ending in, modifying e keep e when adding a suffix beginning with a consonant, e.g. hopeful, lovely. Notes: Drop the e to add vowel suffixes. Retain the e to add consonant suffixes. Year 5 Term 3
List 2, prefixes with im. To be able to recognise the spelling and meaning of the prefixes: in, im, ir, il, pro, sus. im means "not" Year 5 Term 3
List 3, Adjectives. To investigate and learn spelling rules: Words ending in y preceded by a consonant change y to ie when adding a suffix, e.g. flies, tried except for the suffixes ly or ing, e.g. shly, flying. Notes: y changes to i when you add the suffixes ness, er, est, ed, ly An important exception is adding ing it would be very odd to have a word containing a double i, and difficult to say. No other final letter changes when adding a suffix (though letters can double). Year 5 Term 3
List 3, cei words. To investigate and learn spelling rules: i before e except after c when the sound is ee, e.g. receive. Note and learn the exceptions. Notes: Most words with ie sound use ie. ie is the only word-ending. ei is only word-beginning. c is usually followed by ei (science, glacier and ancient are troublesome exceptions). The long a sound generally indicates ei. Note that the long a pronunciation has drifted a little over time, and is also affected by accent. Other common ei words are best memorised by exception. Year 5 Term 3
List 3, changing words. To be able to transform words, e.g. changing tenses:ed, ing; negation:un, im, il; making comparatives: er,est, ish; changing verbs to nouns, e.g. ion, ism, ology; nouns to verbs: ise, ify, en. Look at these suffixes and prefixes, add them to the root word to change that word. You need to look at these, negation: un, de, dis, anti, il. Verb to noun: tion, ism, ness, ity, ist, ir, im, in. Noun to verb: ise, ify, ate, en. Tenses: s/es, d/ed, ing, en. Comparatives: er, est, ish, like Year 5 Term 3
List 4 Prefix, pro. To be able to recognise the spelling and meaning of the prefixes: in, im, ir, il, pro, sus. pro means ahead. Year 5 Term 3
List 4, ei (long a sound). To investigate and learn spelling rules: i before e except after c when the sound is ee, e.g. receive. Note and learn the exceptions. Notes: Most words with ie sound use ie. ie is the only word-ending. ei is only word-beginning. c is usually followed by ei (science, glacier and ancient are troublesome exceptions). The long a sound generally indicates ei. Note that the long a pronunciation has drifted a little over time, and is also affected by accent. Other common ei words are best memorised by exception. Year 5 Term 3
List 4, Verbs. To investigate and learn spelling rules: Words ending in y preceded by a consonant change y to ie when adding a suffix, e.g. flies, tried except for the suffixes ly or ing, e.g. shly, flying. Notes: y changes to i when you add the suffixes ness, er, est, ed, ly An important exception is adding ing it would be very odd to have a word containing a double i, and difficult to say. No other final letter changes when adding a suffix (though letters can double). Year 5 Term 3
List 5 Prefix, mixture of words. To be able to recognise the spelling and meaning of the prefixes: in, im, ir, il, pro, sus. Note the double letters created when a prefix is added to words beginning with the same letter. Words containing the letter string conform to the rules even though they lack the root meaning, e.g. illuminate, illustrate, irritate, irrigate. Year 5 Term 3
List 5, ei (other) To investigate and learn spelling rules: i before e except after c when the sound is ee, e.g. receive. Note and learn the exceptions. Notes: Most words with ie sound use ie. ie is the only word-ending. ei is only word-beginning. c is usually followed by ei (science, glacier and ancient are troublesome exceptions). The long a sound generally indicates ei. Note that the long a pronunciation has drifted a little over time, and is also affected by accent. Other common ei words are best memorised by exception. Year 5 Term 3
List 5, Verbs. To investigate and learn spelling rules: Words ending in y preceded by a consonant change y to ie when adding a suffix, e.g. flies, tried except for the suffixes ly or ing, e.g. shly, flying. Notes: y changes to i when you add the suffixes ness, er, est, ed, ly An important exception is adding ing it would be very odd to have a word containing a double i, and difficult to say. No other final letter changes when adding a suffix (though letters can double). Year 5 Term 3
Spelling list 1, prefixes in. To be able to recognise the spelling and meaning of the prefixes: in, im, ir, il, pro, sus. in means "not" Year 5 Term 3
To recognise prefixes with ir, sus and il. To be able to recognise the spelling and meaning of the prefixes: in, im, ir, il, pro, sus. ir means not il means not sus a version of sub meaning under. Year 5 Term 3
Unstressed Vowels list 1. To spell unstressed vowels in polysyllabic words, e.g. company, portable, poisonous, interest, description, carpet, sector, freedom, extra, etc. Year 5 Term 3
Unstressed vowels list 2. To spell unstressed vowels in polysyllabic words, e.g. company, portable, poisonous, interest, description, carpet, sector, freedom, extra, etc. Year 5 Term 3
Unstressed vowels list 3. To spell unstressed vowels in polysyllabic words, e.g. company, portable, poisonous, interest, description, carpet, sector, freedom, extra, etc. Year 5 Term 3
Unstressed vowels list 4. To spell unstressed vowels in polysyllabic words, e.g. company, portable, poisonous, interest, description, carpet, sector, freedom, extra, etc. Year 5 Term 3
Unstressed vowels list 5. To spell unstressed vowels in polysyllabic words, e.g. company, portable, poisonous, interest, description, carpet, sector, freedom, extra, etc. Year 5 Term 3
Unstressed vowels list 6. To spell unstressed vowels in polysyllabic words, e.g. company, portable, poisonous, interest, description, carpet, sector, freedom, extra, etc. Year 5 Term 3
Prefix and Suffix These words contain the prefixes and suffixes: audi, photo and phobia. Year 6
bi and aqua these words all contain the prefix bi and aqua Year 6 Term 1
cred and hyd These words contain cred and hyd Year 6 Term 1
in and oct These words all begin with in and oct Year 6 Term 1
ory and ary These words end in ary and ory Year 6 Term 1
super words These words all begin with super Year 6 Term 1
tele these words all begin with tele Year 6 Term 1
trans and auto These words all begin with trans or auto Year 6 Term 1
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