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Year 2 - Spelling Review 1
See how many of these words you remember from the earlier spelling quizzes. Good luck!

Year 2 - Spelling Review 1

This 'Review 1' spelling quiz tests KS1 children on a mixture of spellings taken from the National Curriculum. These spellings are not in sound groups and so will be the best way to see if a child has remembered these words.

Do you think you know all the spellings? Well, it’s time to test you! All these words have been covered in our Spelling Quizzes but are not in sound groups. Can you spell the missing words?

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1.
Your ____ won't get lost in this train ____.
child and stashun
child and stasion
childe and stasion
child and station
The end of station sounds like 'shun' but is spelt 'tion'.
2.
Breaking his arm was a very ____ experience.
panefall
painful
painfal
painfull
By adding the suffix 'ful' we are saying that he was full of pain!
3.
The bird was ____ as it flew around the flower.
huming
humin
hummin
humming
It happens to be a hummingbird. The word 'hum' has a short vowel sound, so we need to double the last letter then add 'ing'.
4.
This little man is a garden ____.
nome
knome
gnome
nowme
This word has a silent 'g'.
5.
For this you will need coloured ____ and a piece of paper.
pencals
pensils
pencils
pensuls
This spelling pattern looked at the 'il' sound when it made an 'al' sound instead.
6.
I ____ pass that sign if I were you!
wooldnt
wouldnt
wouldn't
would'nt
Here we are joining the words would and not together but erasing the 'o'.
7.
They hung my painting in a ____.
gallery
gallary
galary
galery
You can see plenty of modern art at the Tate Modern in London and admission is free.
8.
I ____ seen one of these animals before.
havent
have'nt
haven't
havn't
The apostrophe replaces the missing 'o'.
9.
Dolphins are the ____ creatures in the world!
happiest
happyest
happyiest
hapyiest
If you are changing the root word, like happy, and it ends in a 'y' - we replace the 'y' for an 'i'.
10.
This is the ____ cat in the whole world!
sadest
saddest
saddist
sadist
We need to add 'd' then 'est' onto the word 'sad'.
Author:  Finola Waller

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