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Year 2 - Spelling Review 2
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Year 2 - Spelling Review 2

This 'Review 2' spelling quiz follows on from the Year 2 Review Quiz 1 and will test KS1 children on words they have already learned. The words aren’t in sound patterns which means this will be the best way to see how many spelling rules a child has remembered.

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1.
What ____ of fruit and vegetables would you like?
quantity
quantitty
quantaty
quanttity
Quantity means how much.
2.
This cloth will catch any ____ paint.
jroped
jropped
droped
dropped
Painters and decorators carry a drop cloth around to make sure they don't get paint on furniture.
3.
Her painting was ____.
buotiful
beautiful
bueatiful
buaetiful
When you say this word, you only hear the 'u' vowel at the beginning and not the two hidden 'e' and 'a' sounds.
4.
I can't find the missing piece for my ____.
puzzal
puzzle
puzzel
puzzil
All these answers potentially sound the same but only one is the correct spelling.
5.
Please will you buy me some ____.
fug
fuge
fudje
fudge
The letters 'dge' make a j and g sound.
6.
She went to see the ____ in the zoo.
geraffes
girraffes
giraffes
girafes
Male giraffes are taller and heavier than female giraffes.
7.
____ wash your hands.
Auways
Allways
Always
Aulways
This is a high frequency word, which means you'll use it a lot.
8.
Do you have any ____ of how to turn these cogs?
nowlidge
nowledge
knowledge
knowlidge
If something is to do with you knowing or being clever, it'll have a silent 'k' because it has cleverly sneaked at the front of this word!
9.
She ran ____ her daddy and hugged him.
twowards
toowards
towads
towards
There are three ways you can write 'to' (two/to/too) but only one way to write 'towards'.
10.
He is ____ _____ at dancing.
quit and hopeles
quite and hopless
quite and hopeless
quiet and hopeless
If you forget to put an 'e' on the end of 'quite' you change the word to 'quit'.
Author:  Finola Waller

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