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  Year 3 EXTENSION: Test 21: Comparatives er, estYear 3 EXTENSION Term 4 To understand how words change when suffixes are added. Comparatives er, est
  Year 3 Test 10: verbs ending in consonant –y. Knock off the y and add –ied, return the y and add -ingYear 3 Term 2 To spell regular verb endings and learn irregular tense changes (verbs ending in consonant –y. Knock off the y and add –ied, return the y and add -ing)
  Year 3 Test 11: Verb ends in –e, then knock off the e and add –d, ingYear 3 Term 2 To spell regular verb endings and learn irregular tense changes (Verb ends in –e, then knock off the e and add –d, ing)
  Year 3 Test 12: Verbs ending in hissing or buzzing sounds then add –ed, -ingYear 3 Term 2 To spell regular verb endings and learn irregular tense changes (verbs ending in hissing or buzzing sounds then add –ed, -ing)
  Year 3 Test 13: Irregular past testTo spell regular verb endings and learn irregular tense changes Can you work out the present tense for these words?
  Year 3 Test 14: Irregular past tenseTo spell regular verb endings and learn irregular tense changes Can you work out the present tense for these words?
  Year 3 Test 15: Plurals adding s to nounsYear 3 Term 3 To know what happens to spellings of singular nouns when s is added (plurals)
  Year 3 Test 16: Plurals adding s to nounsYear 3 Term 3 To know what happens when to teh spelling of nouns when s is added (plurals)
  Year 3 Test 17: Plurals adding es to nounsYear 3 Term 3 To kow what happens to the spelling of nouns when es is added (plurals) hissing or buzzing sounds
  Year 3 Test 18: Plurals adding s to nounsYear 3 Term 3 To nkow what happens to the spellings of nouns when s is added (plurals) nouns with vowel and y
  Year 3 Test 19: Plurals adding ies to nounsYear 3 Term 3 To know that happens to the spelling of nouns when ies is added (plurals) consonant then y
  Year 3 Test 1: Two different consonants before –leYear 3 Term 1 To consolidate understanding of adding suffixes and to investigate conventions related to the spelling patterns. (-le) (Two different consonants before –le)
  Year 3 Test 20: Plurals that do not follow a patternYear 3 Term 3 To know what happens to the spelling of some nouns to create plurals. (Irregular may not have a pattern)
  Year 3 Test 21: Comparatives er, estYear 3 Term 4 To understand how words change when suffixes are added. Comparatives er, est (meaning more or most)
  Year 3 Test 22: Adding ly (meaning in this manner)Year 3 Term 4 To understand how words change when suffixes are added. Adding ly to root words
  Year 3 Test 23: Adding ful (meaning full of)Year 3 Term 4 To understand how words change when suffixes are added. Adding ful to root words
  Year 3 Test 24: Adding less (meaning without)Year 3 Term 4 To understand how words change when suffixes are added. Adding less to root words.
  Year 3 Test 25: Adding able (meaning able to)Year 3 Term 4 To understand how words change when suffixes are added. Adding able to root words
  Year 3 Test 26: Adding er (meaning belonging to)Year 3 Term 4 To understand how words change when suffixes are added. Adding er to root words
  Year 3 Test 28: pronouns and misspelled wordsYear 3 Term 5 To embed the correct use and spelling of pronouns To identify spellings frequently misspelled and learn to spell them accurately
  Year 3 Test 2: A double consonant before –leYear 3 Term 1 To consolidate understanding of adding suffixes and to investigate conventions related to the spelling patterns. (-le) (A double consonant before –le)
  Year 3 Test 30: pronouns and misspelled wordsTo embed the correct use and spelling of pronouns To identify spellings frequently misspelled and learn to spell them accurately
  Year 3 Test 31: pronouns and misspelled wordsTo embed the correct use and spelling of pronouns To identify spellings frequently misspelled and learn to spell them accurately
  Year 3 Test 32: pronouns and misspelled wordsTo embed the correct use and spelling of pronouns To identify spellings frequently misspelled and learn to spell them accurately
  Year 3 Test 33: pronouns and misspelled wordsTo embed the correct use and spelling of pronouns To identify spellings frequently misspelled and learn to spell them accurately
  Year 3 Test 34: Prefix un (meaning not)Year 3 Term 6 to develop knowledge of prefixes to generate new words frmo root words. Prefix un (meaning not)
  Year 3 Test 35: Prefix dis (meaning not)Year 3 Term 6 to develop knowledge of prefixes to generate new words from root words. Prefix dis (meaning not)
  Year 3 Test 36: Prefix de (meaning do the opposite of)Year 3 Term 6 to develop knowledge of prefixes to generate new words from root words. Prefix de (meaning do the opposite of)
  Year 3 Test 37: Prefix re (meaning again)Year 3 Term 6 to develop knowledge of prefixes to generate new words from root words. Prefix re (meaning again)
  Year 3 Test 38: Prefix pre (meaning before)Year 3 Term 6 to develop knowledge of prefixes to generate new words from root words. Prefix pre (meaning before)
  Year 3 Test 39: Prefix mis (meaning opposite of)Year 3 Term 6 to develop knowledge of prefixes to generate new words from root words. Prefix mis (meaning opposite of)
  Year 3 Test 3: One consonant before –leYear 3 Term 1 To consolidate understanding of adding suffixes and to investigate conventions related to the spelling patterns. (-le) (One consonant before –le)
  Year 3 Test 4: -ckleYear 3 Term 1 To consolidate understanding of adding suffixes and to investigate conventions related to the spelling patterns. (-le) (-ckle)
  Year 3 Test 5: -ableYear 3 Term 1 To consolidate understanding of adding suffixes and to investigate conventions related to the spelling patterns. (-le) (-able)
  Year 3 Test 6: -cleYear 3 Term 1 To consolidate understanding of adding suffixes and to investigate conventions related to the spelling patterns. (-le) (-cle)
  Year 3 Test 7: -ibleYear 3 Term 1 To consolidate understanding of adding suffixes and to investigate conventions related to the spelling patterns. (-le) (-ible)
  Year 3 Test 8: Typical verbs then add –ed, -ingYear 3 Term 2 To spell regular verb endings and learn irregular tense changes (typical verbs then add –ed, -ing)
  Year 3 Test 9: Verbs ending in a single consonant letter then add –ed, -ingYear 3 Term 2 To spell regular verb endings and learn irregular tense changes (verbs ending in a single consonant letter then add –ed, -ing)
  Year 3: EXTENSION: Test 22: adding ly to a root wordYear 3 EXTENSION Term 4 To understand how words change when suffixes are added. Adding ly to a root word
  Year 3: Test 27: pronouns and misspelled wordsYear 3 Term 5 To embed the correct use and spelling of pronouns To identify spellings frequently misspelled and learn to spell them accurately
  Year 3: Test 29: pronouns and misspelled wordsTo embed the correct use and spelling of pronouns To identify spellings frequently misspelled and learn to spell them accurately