Year 1 - The Sound or
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Year 1 - The Sound or

This 'Sound or' spelling quiz tests KS1 children on spellings with the ‘or’ sound. The words used in this quiz have been taken from the National Curriculum and are words children in Year 1 should know how to spell by the end of the academic year.

You could play this quiz OR you could play a different one. The word ‘or’ is also a sound. This quiz will test you on words with this sound. Can you spell the missing words?

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He put his ____ in the ____ and pulled!
thork and cork
fork and corc
fork and kork
fork and cork
The first factory to make corks was in Spain in 1750.
____ a queue if you want some ____ on the cob.
Phorm and corn
Forme and corn
Form and corne
Form and corn
Corn on the cob is known as maize in some countries.
The ____ on the rose had ____ his shirt.
thorn and toren
forn and torn
forne and torn
thorn and torn
Roses actually have prickles but everyone calls them thorns.
Hansel and Gretel was his favourite ____.
The last two words aren't real and the first answer means the storey in a building, as in which floor someone is on.
The ____ was ____ last week.
horse and born
horse and dorn
hors and born
horse and borne
We call baby horses foals.
We can walk across this ____.
A ford is the shallow part of a river that you can walk across.
That baby has just been ____.
If a baby has just been born, we would call it a newborn. When you put two words together like this, it's called a compound word.
He played the French ____ in the ____.
horn and mornin
horn and morning
horn and mornig
horne and morning
Surprisingly, the French horn isn't French - it was actually invented by a German!
We are going ____ a ____ walk.
four and short
fore and short
for and short
for and shorte
The letters 'ore' also make the 'or' sound.
The ____ of the manor pulled the ____ so that his servants would come and help him.
lord and corb
lord and cord
lored and cord
lord and cored
There is a word 'cored'. The core of something is the centre, like an apple core. If we remove the core, we would say the apple has been cored.
You can find more about this topic by visiting BBC Bitesize - Spelling

Author:  Finola Waller

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