know how to create new words using root
words? They can be great spelling clues.
E.g. ‘Love‘ and ‘loved’.
the meanings of prefixes
and how you can use them to make new words.
E.g. ‘unfortunate’ or ‘disagree’.
to make new words and help you to remember spellings.
E.g. ‘Walk’ + the
suffix ‘ed’ = ‘walked‘.
recognise, spell and use confusing
E.g: ‘effect‘ and ‘affect‘
match the homophones
– word pairs that sound the same, but have different meanings?
E.g: ‘two‘ and ‘too‘.
patterns in words to help you spell them?
E.g: ‘ight‘ as in ‘sight‘ and ‘right‘
words down into sounds
can help to improve your spelling.
E.g: ‘valentine’ = ‘val – en – tine‘.
spelling rules with the fishing gnomes.
E.g: 1 bike – 10 bikes
A fun new
way to practise this classic spelling
Watch out for the camels!
spot the silent
letter in the word to save the World from silent invasion?