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Year 1 - The End Sound ck
Knowing how to spell is important when writing letters.

Year 1 - The End Sound ck

The End Sound ck helps KS1 children learn spellings that end in ‘ck’. The spelling rule is outlined in the National Curriculum and states that Year 1 children should know when to add this digraph.

If a word ends in a ‘k’ sound, it is most likely going to end with a ‘ck’. Normally, if the vowel sound before it is short, like an ‘eh’ sound, the next letters will be ‘ck’. Test your knowledge on these spellings.

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1.
Spell the missing word: These cats are meant to bring you good ____.
luck
luc
luk
luke
Black cats are believed to give you good and bad luck - it all depends on which superstition you believe!
2.
Spell the missing word: Can you look at the ____ and tell me the time?
klock
cloc
clok
clock
Big Ben in London is actually called The Clock Tower.
3.
Spell the missing word: He is wearing blue ____.
socs
soks
socks
sockk
Your feet are one of the sweatiest areas of your body, that's why they can sometimes smell! Yucky!
4.
Spell the missing word: Will you break the ____?
lock
locc
lokc
lokk
The oldest lock ever found was in Egypt and was over 4,000 years old.
5.
Spell the missing word: He was about to ____ the ball.
cick
cic
kick
kik
This word begins and ends with the same sound. You will never have a word start with the letters 'ck' - this is only a way to end some words.
6.
Why does the word 'neck' end with a 'ck'?
Because the word begins with 'n'.
Because the 'k' sound is always spelt with a 'ck'.
Because the 'e' is a short vowel sound.
Because the 'e' is a long vowel sound.
The word neck has a short vowel sound. The word beak has a long vowel sound. If the word has a short vowel sound it will end with 'ck'.
7.
Spell the missing word: Please will you count how much ____ we have left?
stokc
stock
stocke
stoke
If you count how many items are in your shop, you are doing a stock check or stock take.
8.
Spell the missing word: He has a very muscly ____.
bak
bac
back
backe
Your back is also called your spine and is made up of 33 bones.
9.
Spell the missing word: The house is made from ____.
brikcs
brics
bricks
brickks
Bricks are great at keeping the cold out and soaking up the heat from the sun - that's why we build our houses with them.
10.
Spell the missing word: It was such a surprise, I'm still in ____.
shokc
shock
shuck
shack
This word is broken up into these sounds: sh + o + ck.
Author:  Finola Waller

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