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Weekly Spellings

Autumn 1

Week1

The spellings we are looking at this week are:

Days of the week:

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

Months of the year:

January

February

March

April

May

June

July

August

September

October

November

December

 

Week 2

The spellings we are looking at this week are:

Numbers:

eleven

twelve

thirteen

fourteen

fifteen

sixteen

seventeen

eighteen

nineteen

twenty

thirty

forty

Months of the year:

January

February

March

April

May

June

July

August

September

October

November

December

 

Week 3

The spellings we are looking at this week are:

Apostrophe for contraction

I'm

don't

can't

didn't

could

couldn't

should

shouldn't

would

wouldn't

we're

you're

 

Suffixes - adding ed

walked

talked

opened

played

started

turned

jumped

called

looked

 

 

 

Autumn 2

Week 1

Prefixes - groups of letter at the start of a word that change its meaning.

disbelief

discontinue

disagree

disappear

misheard

misguided

misbehave

misremember

 

Silent letters at the start of a word

knee

know

knock

write

written

wrote

wrong

 

Week 2

Prefixes - groups of letter at the start of a word that change its meaning

disappoint

disobey

mistake

inactive

inside

incorrect

incomplete

inappropriate

 

le at end of words

table

bottle

little

middle

terrible

horrible

simple

 

Week 3

Prefixes - groups of letter at the start of a word that change its meaning

illegal

immature

immaterial

impatient

imperfect

impossible

irregular

irresponsible

 

le at the end of words

chuckle

candle

handle

needle

uncle

tickle

trickle

 

Week 4

Reinforcing il- and im- prefixes through a week of application.

illegal

illegible

immature

immortal

impatient

 

el at the end of words

camel

tunnel

squirrel

travel

towel

trowel

tinsel

 

 

Week 5

Reinforcing im, ir prefixes through a week of application.

irresponsible

imperfect

impossible

irrelevant

irregular

 

 
The short u sound spelt with ou
young
touch
double
trouble
couple
 

 

 

Spring 1

Week 1

The u sound spelt ou

young

touch

double

trouble

country

enough

tough

rough

shouldn’t

wouldn’t

 

The suffix –ly

These are all adverbs

sadly

happily

angrily

gently

simply

frantically

dramatically

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