Year 1 - The End Sound zz
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Year 1 - The End Sound zz

The End Sound zz is a quiz that helps KS1 children learn the spellings for words that end with the ‘z’ sound. The words are taken from and added to those written in the National Curriculum.

If a word ends in a ‘z’ sound, it will be written like this: ‘zz’. If the vowel in the word is short then the next letters will be doubled. Test your knowledge on these spellings.

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  1. Spell the missing word: The car ____ around the track.
    Here you need to spell the word 'whizz' then add 'ed' to show that it happened in the past.
  2. Which sentence has all the correct spellings?
    Champagne produces around thirty new bubbles every second - now that definitely has some fizz!
  3. Spell the missing word: Can you hear the ____ music?
    Jazz music began in America in the twentieth century and is enjoyed by many today.
  4. Spell the missing word: His beard looks like white ____.
    We often say someone has fuzz on their chin when they can't grow a proper beard like the one in this picture.
  5. Which sentence has all the correct spellings?
    A honey bee will go to between 50 and 100 flowers each time it leaves the nest to collect honey.
  6. Spell the missing word: I'm worried my soda will ____ when I open it.
    Coca-Cola is the number one selling fizzy drink in the world.
  7. Spell the missing word: The bees went ____.
    Bees produce honey. Do you like honey?
  8. Which sentence has all the correct spellings?
    Jazz music is a mixture of three different types of music: one type called Ragtime, mixed with marching band music and the blues.
  9. Spell the missing word: You need to use conditioner in your hair to get rid of the ____.
    Frizzy hair can be helped by conditioners and serums.
  10. Which of these answers isn't a real word?
    Saying each one out loud will help.

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