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Year 1 - High Frequency Words - Part 2
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Year 1 - High Frequency Words - Part 2

High Frequency Words, Part 2 reminds Year 1 children at KS1 how to spell some of the common and tricky words they use in their everyday writing.

There are some words we use more often than others and these are called high frequency words. Often these words are quite difficult to spell and so, need to be memorised. Test yourself on these high frequency words.

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1.
Spell the missing word: The book was written _____ H P Smalls.
by
bi
bye
bie
The word 'bye' means goodbye, as in you are going somewhere. We wanted to say that the book was written 'by' somebody.
2.
Spell the missing word: Will you give me _____ of your ice-cream, please?
sum
sam
some
som
There is also a word 'sum' but this means the sum of something, when added together.
3.
Spell the missing word: _____ are best friends.
Thea
They
Thay
Theay
Here the 'ey' sound makes an 'ay' sound.
4.
Spell the missing word: Is that _____ seashell?
ur
ure
your
youre
There is also the word 'you're', which sounds the same but means 'you are'.
5.
Spell the missing word: He can jump _____ far!
so
soo
sow
sho
There is also a word 'sow', which means you sow seeds, put seeds into the ground.
6.
Spell the missing word: _____ favourite colour is red.
Mi
Mie
Mye
My
The colour red is considered to be very lucky in China.
7.
Spell the missing word: I _____ you!
luv
love
lov
luve
Every February 14th, people in love celebrate and buy each other cards. This day is called Valentine's Day.
8.
Spell the missing word: We will go over _____.
therr
thair
there
thear
The word 'there' has 'here' in it, so like the word 'where' it is to do with directions or places.
9.
Spell the missing word: _____ fed the elephants.
She
Shee
Shea
Sh
Over 80% of an elephant's day is spent eating!
10.
Spell the missing word: Will you _____ here?
com
cum
come
comb
The most popular name for dogs is Max!
Author:  Finola Waller

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