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Year 1 - The Best Sentence
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Year 1 - The Best Sentence

This Best Sentence spelling quiz combines all of a KS1 child's knowledge gained from the previous quizzes and asks them to find the one sentence that is spelt perfectly. All sentences are single clause and include spellings taken from the National Curriculum.

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1.
Which sentence has no spelling mistakes and is perfect?
He has a brown beerd.
He has a broawn beard.
He haz a brown beard.
He has a brown beard.
If a man just has hair above his top lip, then this is called a moustache.
2.
Which sentence has no spelling mistakes and is perfect?
The teepot is white and makes me happy.
The teapot is white and makes me hapy.
The teapot is white and makes me happy.
The tepot is white and makes me happy.
Some people collect teapots!
3.
Which sentence has no spelling mistakes and is perfect?
Do you lice my lampshade?
Do you like my lampshade?
Do you like my lamshade?
Do you like my lanpshade?
A lampshade provides shade around a lamp.
4.
Which sentence has no spelling mistakes and is perfect?
Do you know the alphabet?
Do you know the alfabet?
Do you now the alphabet?
Do you no the alphabet?
If you know something, then it's with a 'k' but if you say 'no' to something then there is no 'k'.
5.
Which sentence has no spelling mistakes and is perfect?
He pushed the red button.
He pushed the wed button.
He pushed the red buton.
He pushed the red butten.
Big red buttons stand out so that you can find them to press quickly if in an emergency.
6.
Which sentence has no spelling mistakes and is perfect?
Take a lok arround the town.
Take a look around the town.
Take a looke awound the town.
Tacke a look around the town.
Don't forget every sentence should start with a capital letter.
7.
Which sentence has no spelling mistakes and is perfect?
The rain maide the cobweb stand out.
The rain made the cobbweb stand out.
The rain made the cobweb stand out.
The rain made the cob web stand out.
The last answer isn't correct because cobweb is one word.
8.
Which sentence has no spelling mistakes and is perfect?
I arsked the theif to go away.
I arsked the thief to go away.
I asked the thief to go away.
I asked the theif to go away.
Thief is for one but thieves is if there is more than one.
9.
Which sentence has no spelling mistakes and is perfect?
She was the qwickest girl in the race.
She was the quickest gurl in the race.
She was the quikest girl in the race.
She was the quickest girl in the race.
When racing professionally, men and women don't race each other; men race other men and women race other women.
10.
Which sentence has no spelling mistakes and is perfect?
They took this dog to Pet Rescuu.
They toock this dog to Pet Rescue.
They took this dog to Pet Rescue.
Thay took this dog to Pet Rescue.
Pet Rescue is like the RSPCA where they help animals and try to find homes for them.
Author:  Finola Waller

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