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Year 5 spellings to be tested Monday 15th May.

 

Miss Mould's spellings.

To be tested Monday 8th May.

 

Mr Banks - spellings. To be tested on Tuesday 2nd May

 

-able words this week.

Mild

  1. able
  2. unable
  3. enable
  4. probable
  5. ________

 

Spicy

  1. remarkable
  2. unsuitable
  3. enjoyable
  4. vegetable
  5. ________

Extra Hot

  1. interchangeable
  2. unremarkable
  3. perishable
  4. unavailable
  5. _________

Miss Mould's spellings.

Double consonant words to be tested Tuesday 2nd April.

 

Mr Banks's spellings. 

 

Over Easter, I would like you to practise the following words. You will be tested on the first Monday back (24th April).

 

- calendar                    - actual

- quarter                      - caught

- grammar                  - opposite

- surprise                     - disappear

- various                      - separate

- pressure                    - possess

- exercise                    - centre

- bicycle                       - potatoes

- appear                      - material

Miss Mould's spellings.

 

To be tested Monday 24th April.

 

We recently completed the year 3/4 109 common words. These are the words most children struggled with. Unfortunately there is no specific rule - they just have to learn them.

 

Mr Banks's spellings. -cial and -tial words. To be tested 3-4-17

 

-cial and -tial words this week.

Remember the rule: if there’s a consonant before the ‘shul’ sound, it’s -cial; if it’s a vowel, it’s -tial.

 

Mild

Social
Special
Partial
Substantial
_____?_____

 

Spicy

Beneficial
Confidential
Artificial
Commercial
_____?_____

 

Extra Hot

Torrential
Especially
Uninfluential
Sacrificial
_____?_____
 

Miss Mould's spellings.

 

To be tested Monday 3rd April/

'cial' words. Words that have a vowel before the 'shul' sound should be spelt with the grapheme 'cial'.

 

Miss Mould and Mr Banks' spellings.

 

To be tested Monday 27th March.

 

 

 

Miss Mould's and Mr Banks's spellings.

 

To be tested Monday 13th March.

 

Spellings - Mr Banks. To be tested on 06-03-17

 

Homophones

During you test, your teacher will read a sentence. You have to choose the correct homophone out of the two.

Mild

  1. be / bee
  2. two / to
  3. you’re / your
  4. sail / sale

Spicy

  1. mist / missed
  2. mail / male
  3. whose / who’s
  4. desert / dessert

Extra Hot

  1. cereal / serial
  2. bold / bowled
  3. prophet / profit
  4. morning / mourning

Spellings for Mr Banks's class. To be tested 27/02/17

 

 

Homophones

During you test, your teacher will read a sentence. You have to choose the correct homophone out of the two.

Mild

  1. which / witch
  2. for / four
  3. are / our
  4. there / their
  5. threw / through

Spicy

  1. past / passed
  2. guessed / guest
  3. alter / altar
  4. they’re / there
  5. write / right

Extra Hot

  1. weather / whether
  2. stationary / stationery
  3. who’s / whose
  4. aloud / allowed

Miss Mould's spellings.

 

To be tested Monday 27th February.

 

Miss Mould's spellings.

 

To be tested Monday 20th February.

 

Spellings - Mr Banks.

Spellings - Mr Banks.  1

Miss Mould's spellings

 

To be tested Monday 6th February.

Miss Mould's spellings.

To be tested Monday 30th January.

Spelling rule'i before e except after c' and a few exceptions to the rule.

 

Miss Mould's spellings. To be tested Monday 23rd January

 

Miss Mould's spellings to be tested Monday 16th January.

 

Miss Mould's spellings. To be tested Monday 12th December.

 

Miss Mould's spellings. To be tested Monday 5th December.

Mr Banks's spelling list - to be tested on Monday 28th November. Think of the rules!

 

Eight

Straight

Estimate

Appreciated

Calculate

Freight

Waiting

Weight

Concentrate

Exaggerate

Illustrate

Demonstrate

Miss Mould's spellings. To be tested Monday 28th November.

 

Words with the 'ate' sound in them.

 

Miss Mould's spellings to be tested Monday 21st November.

Spellings for Mr Banks's class. Spot the pattern!!

 

scrumptious            spacious

delicious                  precious

atrocious                  voracious

ferocious                unconscious

gracious                  conscious

Miss Mould's spellings to be tested on Monday 14th November.

 

Mr Banks's spellings! To be tested on Monday, 7th November

Mr Banks's spellings! To be tested on Monday, 7th November 1

Spellings for Mr Banks's class! To be tested on Monday, 7th November.

Spellings to be tested Monday 7th November.

 

Homophones.

 

Spellings to be tested Monday 31st October.

 

This weeks spellings are a mixture of year 3/4 and 5/6 high frequency words.

 

Spellings to be tested Monday 24th October, after half term.

 

Spellings to be tested Monday 10th October.

 

Spellings to be tested Monday 3rd October.

 

Here are this weeks spellings - plurals!

Children will be tested on these spellings Monday 26th September.

 

Spelling ideas for home.

Spellings to be tested Monday 19th September.

 

suffixes (ing, ed, er, ion)

 

 

 

Spellings to be tested Monday 12th September.

 

Children are to choose a Mild, Spicy or Extra Hot challenge. Children that choose the Spicy challenge will have to know the Mild spellings too. Children that choose the Extra Hot challenge will have to know the Mild, Spicy and Extra Hot words. 

 

A great game to play.

Ask your child to write a paragraph or two using as many of the homophones as possible. The sillier the better!

Year 5 statutory spelling requirements.

Year 5 statutory spelling requirements. 1
Year 5 statutory spelling requirements. 2
Year 5 statutory spelling requirements. 3

Year 5/6 Tricky Word List

Year 5/6 Tricky Word List 1

Spellings in year 5.

 

Spellings in Year 5 are taught in class groups with sessions usually taking place 4 times a week.  All children will be expected to practice their spelling rules and/or word list at home in preparation for a weekly spelling test, which will usually be on a Monday.  Spelling tests may be based on a list of words that the children have learnt that week or they may be more random, based on a rule or pattern that the children have been learning.  Some children may be asked to stay in at lunchtime to practice their spellings if they do not score well on their weekly spelling tests.

 

In Year 5 the children must understand the importance of accurate spelling in their written work as well as in their spelling tests.  Therefore, careful proofreading and dictionary work is encouraged in all lessons; children cannot achieve the standard expected for their age in writing if their spellings are not accurate in their independent writing.

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