This is a weekly list of the spellings we will be investigating in Year 6. You should learn these as part of your homework.
Week 1: Homophones
advice, advise, device, devise, licence, license, practice, practise, prophecy, prophesy, aloud, allowed, descent, dissent, desert, dessert.
Week 2: Homophones 2
aisle, isle, affect, effect, altar, alter, ascent, assent, bridle, bridal, cereal, serial, compliment, complement, draft, draught.
Week 3: Homophones 3:
farther, further, father, wear, ware, where, guessed, guest, heard, herd, led, lead, morning, mourning, past, passed.
Week 4: Homophones 4
precede, proceed, principal, principle, profit, prophet, stationary, stationery, steal, steel, wary, weary, who's, whose, weather, whether.
Week 5: Words with hyphens
pick-your-own, upside-down, mother-in-law, father-in-law, sister-in-law, brother-in-law, good-hearted, accident-prone, sugar-free, bad-tempered, carbon-neutral, quick-thinking, eleven-year-old, back-to-back, back-to-nature, hard-hearted.
Week 6: Words with and without hyphens
co-ordinate, coordinate, co-ordination, re-enter, co-operate, cooperate, co-own, pre-order, co-owner, re-establish, re-order, re-organise, re-upholster, re-arrange, re-cover, recover.
Week 1: Words ending in able
dependable, comfortable, understandable, reasonable, enjoyable, reliable, advisable, bearable, unbearable, readable, acceptable, inflatable, forgettable, regrettable, changeable, noticeable.
Week 2: Words ending in ible
forcible, legible, illegible, audible, visible, permissible, accessible, collapsible, responsible, incredible, reversible, invincible, negligible, convertible, flexible, terrible.
Week 3: Words containing ei
deceive, conceive, receive, perceive, ceiling, protein, caffeine, seize, either, neither, conceited, weird, abseil, vein, weir, rein.