Year 2 - Ending with al
Even if you write just a few words a day, you will be improving your spelling.

Year 2 - Ending with al

This 'Ending with al' spelling quiz will test KS1 children on words that end with this digraph. Furthermore, children should know that not many nouns end with these two letters; it is mostly seen at the end of adjectives.

An adjective is a word that describes an object. If it ends in an ‘al’ sound, it will more than likely be spelt with this digraph. Improve your spelling by playing this quiz.

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1.
Chipmunks are my favourite ____.
animol
animel
anemal
animal
Chipmunks belong to the squirrel family.
2.
He broke his arm so he needs to go to ____.
hopsital
hopspital
hospital
hosspital
In England, medical care is free because we have something called the NHS (National Health Service).
3.
She is our ____ ____ coach.
lokal and vokal
local and vocal
lowcal and vocal
local and vowcal
Singing comes from your diaphragm, which is the area this girl is holding in the picture - just below your ribs in the middle of your body.
4.
Every bike has two ____.
pedals
pedels
peddals
paddles
Some sportier bikes have straps that keep your feet in place.
5.
What is your ____ advice?
leagal
leaggal
legal
legall
This picture shows a courtroom and the woman in the middle is a judge.
6.
The ____ city of England is London.
capitol
capitel
capital
cappital
This picture shows the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben.
7.
The ____ on the flower were falling off.
pettals
petals
petalls
pitals
Some plants flower every year.
8.
The bank placed their money in the ____ safe.
metel
metal
mettal
metale
Although the word sounds like it ends with an 'el' it's actually just 'al' - without an 'e' on the end.
9.
When you add all your shopping together, what is the ____?
total
tottal
toetal
towtal
If you're asked to find the total of something, that means you have to add everything together.
10.
I am not skiing down that hill - I'm not ____!
mental
mantal
menttal
mentall
Ski slopes are given different colours to show how hard they are; often black slopes are the hardest.
Author:  Finola Waller

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