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KS1 Spellings

Year 2 Spellings

 

PART ONE

Spelling Pattern:

Challenge 1: Find at least five words that use these spelling patterns.

Challenge 2: Write a silly sentence that uses these spelling patterns to share with your teacher.

 

PART TWO

Four spellings that are related to the curriculum that your child will be using in their work. Please practise as many times as possible using the Look/Say/Cover/Write/Check/Write/Check/Write/Check method.

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Curriculum Words

Curriculum Words

Curriculum Words

Curriculum Words

Curriculum Words

Curriculum Words

Curriculum

Words

history

theatre

puppetry

movie

circus

skill

survival

story

grow

behind

silent

store

mature

entertainment

nice

habitat

bulbs

healthy

water

suitable

audience

plant

many

petals

growth

master

germination

through

Spelling Pattern

Spelling Pattern

Spelling Pattern

Spelling Pattern

Spelling

Pattern

Spelling

Pattern

Spelling

Pattern

Suffix – ness

happiness when y becomes i

Suffix – ly

(keeping e – lovely)

Suffix – ness (keeping the root word the same – illness)

Suffix – ly (keeping the root word the same – slowly)

Suffix – less

(keeping the root word the same – careless)

Suffix – er

(keeping the root word the same – higher)

Suffix – ing

(keeping the root word the same – singing)

Contractions

Cannot – can’t

Will not – won’t

Suffix - ing

(doubling consonant – dropping)

Suffix – ful

(keeping root word the same - playful)

Suffix – ment

(keeping the root word the same – placement)

Suffix – ed

(keeping the root word the same – jumped)

Suffix – est

(keeping the root word the same – brightest)

Possessive Apostrophe

The child’s coat

The man’s shoes

The tree’s leaves

 

Common Exception Words

Year One Words

Year Two Words

the

a

do

to

today

of

said

says

are

were

is

his

I

you

your

they

be

he

me

she

we

no

go

so

by

my

here

there

where

love

come

some

one

once

ask

friend

school

put

push

pull

full

house

our

door

floor

poor

because

find

kind

mind

behind

child

children

wild

climb

most

only

both

old

cold

gold

hold

told

every

great

break

steak

pretty

beautiful

after

fast

last

father class grass

pass

plant

path

bath

hour

move

prove

improve

sure

sugar

eye

could

should

would

who

whole

any

many

clothes

busy

people

water

again

half

money

Mr

Mrs

parents

Christmas

Everybody

even

Below is a story containing all Year 1 Common Exception Words - can you please read this together regularly.  By the end of this school year the children are expected to read and write these words. 

One morning I went into town. I met my friend, Tom. I said “Hello, how are you? Do you want to go to the coffee shop to have some hot chocolate?”

“Yes, is Bella going to come today? Where is she and when will she get here?” he asked.

Oh look! There is Bella, next to all of the people!”

“Hi Bella, do you like hot chocolate?” I asked.

“Yes, I love it! But just a little one for me. Oh and a cookie.” We went to the café. “Do we need to push or pull the door to get in?” We sat by the window. I looked out of it and I could see Mrs Ejdowski and Mr Hillier from our school. So I called out, “Hello!”

What are they doing?” Bella asked. I could see they had all of my school books in their hands. “Oh no! Some of them were messy” I said.

“Hi childrensaid Mrs Ejdowski. She looked at Tom and his big cookie. “Her maths book was the best book I have ever seen! Could your books be like her book, Tom and Bella, because they are fab? They were full of very good work and she has lovely handwriting.”

Once we had finished, we put on our coats went back to my house.

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