Spelling Rules: Words in English don't end with the letter j. This lesson will teach you how when to use -dge or -ge at the end of a word. Download the Power...
Today we will revise the sounds you have learnt, practicing the songs and actions. We will also be looking at rules for adding the suffixes ing, ed, er and e...
Watch this video to learn more about the suffixes we can add to root words to change their meaning. We will be looking at a new rule to use -ment, -ful, -ly,...
This week we are revising the 'n' sound, looking at when we use /gn/, /nn/ and /kn/.
This week we are going to be exploring contractions, using apostrophes to show where the missing letter/letters are.
This week we are looking at contracted words, using an apostrophe to show where the missing letters go. Can you use these in your writing this week?
Look at 'there', 'their' and 'they're'.
Today we are exploring another popular homophone; to, two and too. Do you know the different meaning of each of these?
Explore more homophones this week as we look at hear and here, sea and sea. Can you put them into sentences to show the different meanings?
Explore words that sound similar but not quite the same; one won quiet quite. Do you know the different meanings for them? Can you put them into sentences?
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