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Year 1 - Two Vowel Spellings
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Year 1 - Two Vowel Spellings

This Two Vowel Spellings quiz will test KS1 children on phonic sounds that are made up of two vowels, like ai, ee, ea, etc. All words have been taught in previous quizzes and taken from the recommended spelling list in the National Curriculum.

A digraph is a sound made by two letters; a vowel digraph is two vowels together that make one sound. This quiz is going to ask you to spell words with two vowels. Good luck!

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1.
Spell the missing word: He is painting the ____.
seiling
ceiling
cealing
sealing
This spelling was shown in the quiz that tested you on the 'ei' sound.
2.
Spell the missing word: Sunflowers bloom in ____.
August
Awgust
Aogust
Aurgust
August is the eighth month of the year - do you know the month that follows August?
3.
Which of these words is spelt incorrectly?
rain
spoil
affraid
point
The word 'afraid' should only have one 'f' and means scared.
4.
Which of these words is spelt incorrectly?
cheif
piece
fried
mouse
A chief is a leader.
5.
Spell the missing word: This is a scary ____.
dinosoor
dinosuar
dinosaur
dinosoer
This dinosaur is called a Tyrannosaurus Rex but we shorten it to T-Rex.
6.
Which of these words is spelt incorrectly?
boil
spoon
dream
meen
The last word doesn't exist, but the word 'mean' does.
7.
Which of these words is spelt incorrectly?
proud
instead
steadey
sheep
Steady doesn't have an 'e' after the 'd' and means careful and slow.
8.
Which sentence is spelt perfectly?
This tree has a woden trunk.
This tree has a wooden trunk.
This trea has a wooden trunk.
This tre has a woden trunk.
This picture shows the roots as well but most of the time, roots are underground and out of sight securing the tree in place.
9.
Which sentence is spelt perfectly?
She touk the spoon and put it on her nose.
She tok the spoon and put it on her nose.
She took the spoon and put it on her noose.
She took the spoon and put it on her nose.
Spoons stay on your nose when you use friction or a bit of water and a good dose of gravity!
10.
Which of these words is spelt incorrectly?
Tuessday
oak
coach
field
Tuesday is the second day of the week. Do you know the other six days?
Author:  Finola Waller

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