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Year 1 - Spelling Review 1
Reading words out loud will help you with your spelling.

Year 1 - Spelling Review 1

This Spelling Review 1 quiz will test KS1 children on a variety of spellings taken from the National Curriculum. These spellings won’t belong to a particular sound group and won’t be in a particular order. This is the best way to test if a child really remembers these spellings.

Ok, so you’ve done all the Year 1 spellings and think you know all the sound patterns in words….well, let’s test you! These spellings will be random words, so good luck. See if you can get 10/10.

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1.
I will ____ this puppy as much ____ as it needs!
gife and love
give and luv
give and love
giv and lov
Both these words end with a 'v' and if a word ends with that sound, it is almost always followed by a silent 'e'.
2.
I would ____ to ____ the world.
lik and sayle
lik and sail
like and sail
like and sale
There are two words that sound the same: sale and sail. Sail is to do with boats and sale means items are now cheaper.
3.
I'm afraid it will ____ on ____.
rayn and Thursday
rain and Thersday
rane and Thursday
rain and Thursday
If you write a day of the week or a month name, you should always start that word with a capital letter.
4.
I ____ the bee to stop ____ near my ear.
arsked and buzzing
asked and buzzing
akked and buzzing
asked and buzing
The word asked is a high frequency word, this means you'll use it a lot in your writing, so it's worth remembering how to spell it!
5.
What is the ____ of tennis if you don't ____ it?
point and enjoy
point and injoy
poynt and enjoy
poynt and injoy
It's a fair comment - you should only play a sport if you enjoy it as that is the whole point! Also, you should be prepared to lose as it happens to everyone - even Rafael Nadal.
6.
Go to the ____ and ____ me a spoon please.
kitchen and fetch
citchen and fetch
kitckhen and fetch
kitchen and vetch
Both these words have the 'tch' sound.
7.
It was a ____ to win the ____ game.
shok and chess
shoc and chess
shock and chess
shock and ches
The youngest chess grandmaster was 13 years old.
8.
____ for all those ____ of chocolates!
Thank's and boxes
Thanks and box's
Thanks and boxs
Thanks and boxes
An apostrophe should only be used to show a letter is missing or if someone owns something - a box can't own anything!
9.
I ____ I just ____ the bus!
think and mised
thik and missed
fink and missed
think and missed
Although the word 'think' has a 'n' in it, you don't necessarily hear it when you say the word.
10.
Don't ____ _____ that ____!
fall, off and cliff
fal, off and cliff
fall, of and cliff
fall, off and clith
'Off' has a 'f' sound at the end of it whereas 'of' is said like this: 'ov'.
Author:  Finola Waller

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