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Weekly spellings

Spelling activity cards - learn your spellings in different ways using these idea cards

Spellings week beginning 23.3.20
accidentally early knowledge purpose actually
earth learn quarter address eight


Spellings week beginning 30.3.20


length question answer enough library
recent appear exercise material regular


Practice these words this week.  Use the task cards above for ideas on how to practice these.  Once you've learned them,try writing a sentence using each one - remember to make it a Year 4 sentence! :)

Spellings week beginning 20.4.20

arrive experience medicine reign believe
experiment mention remember bicycle extreme



Spellings - week beginning 27.4.20
minute sentence breath famous natural
separate breathe favourite naughty special


Spellings 4.5.20

build February straight busy business
strange calendar occasionally forward notice


 Spellings 11.5.20


often strength caught grammar
opposite suppose centre group ordinary


Spellings 18.5.20

surprise therefore peculiar century certain
though guard guide although particular


Spellings 1.6.20


heard complete heart popular
perhaps consider height position various


Spellings 8.6.20

continue history possession weight decide
imagine possible woman women describe


Spellings 15.6.20

increase potatoes different important pressure
difficult interest probably disappear island


Spellings 22.6.20

peace piece not knot missed
mist scene seen knight night

 These words are examples of homophones.They sound the same but have different meanings and have a different spelling. Can you think of any other pairs of homophones?  or can you come up with an example of a homophone trio?!  

Spellings 29.6.20

poisonous dangerous mountainous famous various
tremendous enormous jealous humorous glamorous

We will be exploring the suffix -ous this week.  Can you spot any root words?  What words above have root words and which ones do not?