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Year 1 - Spelling Review 2
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Year 1 - Spelling Review 2

Spelling Review 2 follows on from Spelling Review 1 and tests KS1 children on a mixture of spellings taken from the National Curriculum. These spellings are not in sound groups and will be the best way to see if a child has remembered these words.

Do you think you know all the spellings? Well, it’s time to test you! All these words have been covered in our Spelling Quizzes but are not in sound groups. Can you spell the missing word?

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Please ____ a ____ from the library.
chose and book
choose and booke
choos and book
choose and book
These words show the two different ways the 'oo' digraph can be said: as 'oo/ew' and 'oo/uh'.
We saw the ____ ____.
babie and crawl
babey and crawl
baby and crawl
baby and crawle
Here the 'aw' sound is the same as 'al'.
The ____ went to ____ every Sunday.
girl and chursh
gurl and church
girl and church
girle and church
Both the 'ir' and 'ur' sound are quite similar.
I have ____ to ____ at night.
started and dreem
started and dream
startd and dream
started and jream
These words have the 'ar' sound and the 'ea' sound.
Please ____ me your pet ____.
showe and mous
show and mouse
show and mous
shoow and mouse
Here we have the 'ow' sound which is said like the letter 'o' - its alphabet name. Sometimes the 'ow' sound is said the same way as you say 'ou'.
In ____ I promise to be ____.
June and cinder
Joon and kinder
Joone and kinder
June and kinder
June is a month of the year and so must always have a capital letter.
That ____ is very ____.
person and heavy
person and heavey
person and heavie
person and hevy
The sound 'ea' is sometimes the same as 'ee' but sometimes it is 'eh' like in the word 'heavy'.
I ____ all ____ because I didn't want to go to the circus.
cried and night
cride and night
crighd and night
cried and nite
Both 'ie' and 'igh' make the same sound.
I ____ him for being late; it's ____ o'clock!
blame and fiev
blaym and five
blame and five
blame and fighv
Both these words end with magic 'e' - this means the vowel (second letter) says its alphabet name instead of 'ah' or 'ih'.
You are very ____ a ____!
neer and fairy
near and fairey
near and fairie
near and fairy
If you can spell the word 'fair' then all you need to do is add a 'y' onto the end to turn it into fairy!
You can find more about this topic by visiting BBC Bitesize - Spelling

Author:  Finola Waller

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