School List for Spelling Practice

Terrington Church Of England Voluntary Aided Primary School

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Name Description Group
A - s, a, t, p 1st four letters introduced for segmenting and blending words EYFS
B - i, n, m, d 2nd set of letters for segmenting and blending EYFS
C - g, o, c, k 3rd set of letters for use with segmenting and blending words EYFS
D - ck, e, u, r 4th set of graphemes to use for blending and segmenting new words. EYFS
E - h, b, f, ff 5th set(a)of graphemes for decoding words. EYFS
F - l, ll, ss 5th set (b) of graphemes for blending and segmenting words. EYFS
G - j, v, w, x 6th set of letters for decoding words EYFS
H - y, z, zz, qu 7th set of letters for decoding words EYFS
I - ch, sh consonant digraph 1 EYFS
J - th, ng consonant digraph 2 EYFS
K - Tricky Words 1 Tricky words list, words that can't easily be decoded using phonic knowledge. EYFS
L - Tricky words 2 Tricky words list, words that can't easily be decoded using phonic knowledge. EYFS
M - Tricky words 3 Tricky words list, words that can't easily be decoded using phonic knowledge EYFS
ai, ay, a_e vowel digraphs Year 1
Days of the week Year 1
ee, ea, e, vowel digraphs Year 1
High frequency 1 Decodable high frequency words Year 1
High frequency 2 Decodable high frequency words Year 1
High frequency 3 Decodable high frequency words Year 1
numbers spelling number names Year 1
Tricky Words 1 Words not easily decoded using phonic knowledge. Year 1
Tricky words 2 Words not easily decoded using phonic knowledge. Year 1
Tricky Words 3 Words not easily decoded using phonic knowledge. Year 1
Colours Spelling colour names Year 2
ed, ing Using familiar rules of tense. Year 2
er, est Spelling words with common suffixes Year 2
Months of the year Year 2
Number Names spelling number names Year 2
past tense using unfamilar rules of past tense Year 2
s, es common suffixes Year 2
A -Prefixes To recognise and spell the prefixes mis (wrong), non(not), ex(out), co(joint), anti(against) Year 3
1- adding 'ing' Noticehow the verb changes as you add 'ing' Year 3
10- contractions note where the apostrophe goes when these words are put together and shortened Year 3
11-words starting with silent letters notice how theses words start with a letter you can't hear! Year 3
12-Words with silent letters more words with silent letters. 'w' and 'b'. Year 3
13-Words with silent letters Can you see/hear which letters are silent? Year 3
14-compound words compound words are one word made up of smaller words. Year 3
15-Compound Words more small words to make longer ones! Year 3
16- key spellings we will check that we can spell these important small words that we use all the time. Year 3
2- words ending in e when you have a verb that ends in e -remove the e and + ing Year 3
3- double consonant Year 3 double consonant Year 3
4-Spelling pattern 'le' Year 3 to investigate and learn the spelling pattern 'le' Year 3
5-double letter+le these spellings have a double consonant and end in 'le' Year 3
6- words ending in 'cle' and 'dle' notice the endings to these words Year 3
7- er and est Notice how these words change when 'er' or 'est' are added. Year 3
8-how words change when 'er' and 'est' are added notice how these words which end in y change when you add 'er' or 'est'. Year 3
9- how words change when you add 'y' notice how these words change or stay the same. Year 3
B-Apostrophe to shorten words The apostrophe is used to make short words. Year 3
C-More apostrophe for contraction to use the apostrophe to spell words that are shortened Year 3
D- Short words in longer words Spot the short words in longer words to help you remember how to spell them. Year 3
E- High Frequency Words 2D shapes Make sure you can spell these key words. Plus some 2D shape fun! Year 3
F-adding ing Notice how these words change when you add 'ing' . Do they stay the same? Year 3
G-Homonyms These words are spelled the same but have different meanings. Year 3
H- Spelling pattern ckle+able+ble To spell words that end in ckle, able and ble Year 3
1- spell two syllable notice how these two syllable words contain double consonants Year 4
10-words starting with 'v' some have v in the middle Year 4
11-words starting with the letter k think about how the k sound is different from the c. Some words have k in the middle. Year 4
12-words with 'k' in the middle and end these words have 'k' in them-when you say them you will hear a hard k sound. Year 4
13-Letter string 'wa' notice how this letter string 'wa' is at the start and in the middle/end of these words Year 4
14- letter string 'wo' these spellings all start with the letter string 'wo' although some have it in the middle or end. Year 4
15-letter string 'ss' these words have the letter string 'ss' in the middle and end. Are there any words with 'ss' at the start? Year 4
16-high frequency words we are checking we can spell these useful words that we use all the time. Year 4
2-two syllable words with double consonants High frequency words Year 4
3-To spell common homophones homophones are spellings that sound the same but have different meanings. Words will be given in a sentence to test meaning/spelling. Year 4
4-more homophones remember to learn which spelling means what? Year 4
5- words with different suffixes notice how these words end in a different way when they change tense Year 4
6- more word endlings notice how these word endings changes with the tense. Year 4
7- suffixes 'ary' and 'ic' To recognise and spell words with the suffixes 'ary' 'ic'. Year 4
8 suffixes 'hood', 'ment' and 'ship' learn how to spell these suffixes to change the meaning of these root words Year 4
9- the suffix ness add 'ness' to these root words. Year 4
A- Consonants v and k explore how v and k are used in spellings Year 4
B -Letter strings To spell words that start with the letter string 'wa' Year 4
C-Investigate letter string 'wo' Spelling words that have the sound 'wo' at the start, middle and end. Year 4
D-words that end with ss learn these spellings that all end with the letter string 'ss' Year 4
E-letter string 'ough' 'ear' Have a go at the spellings with these common letter strings. Year 4
F-more letter strings Spot the use of the letter strings 'ou' and 'au' to help spell these! Year 4
G-Common root words These spellings have root words in them: dec-ten, graphein-to write, micros-small, aqau-water, nun-name, ge-earth, manus-hand, roi-king Year 4
H- Extending root words see how these words change when the suffixes ful + ly are added Year 4
1- making words plural notice how most of the time we just add s with hissing and buzzing words add 'es' Year 5
10- ce spellings starting with 'ce' Year 5
11- words with common letter strings this week the letter string is 'ear' Year 5
12- words with common letter strings spot 'ou' and 'our' Year 5
13- Homophones these words sound the same but have different meanings-you need to learn the spelling that matches the meaning. Year 5
14- homophones more homophones just for you! Year 5
15-Homophones Last week of homophones-keep looking for tricks to remember the differnt ways of spelling the words depending on their meaning! Year 5
16-high frequency words we will check your progress with learning these Year 5
2- words ending in vowels these words all end a vowel other than the letter e. Year 5
3-to spell words that end with a vowel spell these tricky words and make sure you know what the words mean! Year 5
4- plurals words that end in a f change to 've' when made plural. Year 5
5- Irregular Plurals these words don't easliy change-learn them as stand alone spellings Year 5
6- root words notice how these spellings are made from root words Year 5
7-'ll' becomes 'l'. Notice how the ll in full turns into ful when used as a suffix. Year 5
8-adding suffixes notice how some of these root words change when you add a suffix-sometimes you have to double the consonant. Year 5
9-'ci' c is usually sounded soft when followed by 'i'. Year 5
A-Unstressed vowels to spell unstressed vowels in polysyllabic words Year 5
B -Suffixes to recognise and spell different suffixes with a shun sound: cian, sion, ssion, tion. Year 5
C -Words and the vowel 'e' words ending in modifying e drop the e and + ing. As above and adding a suufix-keep the e. Year 5
D- root words and their endings Notice how the ending is added to the root word-what changes what stays the same? Year 5
E-words ending in Y Notice what happens to the Y at the end of these words. Year 5
F-i before e except after c i before e except after c when the sound is ee. Note and learn the exceptions. Year 5
G-spelling words with prefixes spell these words with prefixes: in means not, im mean not, ir means not. Year 5
H- RE vocabulary These spelling will help you when writing religious texts. Year 5
1-root words, prefixes and suffixes try and learn the meaning of these root word - the meaning follows the prefix or suffix Year 6
2-root words with prefixes and suffixes use your knowledge of the meaning of prefixes and suffixes to spell these words Year 6
3-connectives Investigate the meanings of these connectives. When would you use them in a sentence? Year 6
4- Revise Year 5 spellings Year 6
A - SATS Revision Some tricky spelling rules for you to work on! Year 6
B - Root words, suffixes and prefixes Use your knowledge of root words to spell new words by adding prefixes and suffixes Year 6
C - Connectives Learn to spell these then use them in your writing. Year 6
D- Spellings to help your project Learn these key spellings for the Valley of the Kings and Pompeii. Year 6