Spellings- Autumn Term (first half)
Below, you will find a list of the spellings that your child will be learning this half term. Please ensure that your child completes the 'learn, write, check' sheet which they will bring home each Monday. On the reverse of this sheet your child should write 10 sentences, each one containing one of the new spellings; once completed, the sheet should be returned to school for marking. The children will do an activity relating to their spellings during the week as part of their guided reading activities where their comprehension and spelling of each word will be checked (there will not be an official spelling test, but please feel free to test your child at home if you feel that this would help.)
Autumn Term (first half)
Week 1 - The u sound spelt ou
young, younger, youngest, touch, touched, touching, double, doubling, doubled, trouble, troubling, troublesome, country, countryside, countries, couple.
Week 2- Adding suffixes to words ending with two consonants
sing, singing, ring, ringing, walk, walking, jump, jumping, paint, painting, dress, dressing, rest, resting.
Week 3- Adding suffixes to words with two vowels before the end consonant
sleep, sleeping, dream, dreaming, feel, feeling, shout, shouting, sail, sailing, boil, boiling, peel, peeling, speak, speaking.
Week 4- Doubling the consonant to add a suffix
run, running, hop, hopping, sit,sitting, skip, skipping, step, stepping, grip, gripping, shut, shutting, win, winning.
Week 5- Removing e to add ing
hope, hoping, come, coming, smile, smiling, take, taking, care, caring, make, making, divide, dividing, stare, staring
Week 6- Consonant digraphs
pan, pancake, week, weekend, goal, goalkeeper, break, breakfast, stairs, upstairs, downstairs, any, anybody, anyone, anything, anywhere.
Autumn Term (second half)
Week 1- Numbers
Eleven, twelve, thirteen, fourteen, fifteen, sixteen, seventeen, eighteen, nineteen, twenty, thirty, forty, fifty, sixty, seventy, eighty.
Week 2- Numbers and measures
Ninety, hundred, thousand, million, metre, centimetre, millimetre, kilometre, gram, kilogram, litre, millilitre, second, minute, hour, month.
Week 3- Prefix ‘un’
Happy, unhappy, tidy, untidy, lucky, unlucky, usual, unusual, zip, unzip, tie, untie, fair, unfair, kind, unkind.
Week 4- Adding suffixes
Forget, forgetting, forgotten, begin, beginning, beginner, prefer, preferred, preferring, garden, gardening, gardened, gardener, limit, limited, limitation
Week 5- Adding suffixes
Appoint, disappoint, agree, disagree, obey, disobey, connect, disconnect, appear, disappear, behave, misbehave, lead, mislead, spell, misspell.
Summer Term- (second half)
Week 1- ch, gue and que
Chef, chalet, machine, brochure, league, tongue, dialogue, analogue, plague, antique, unique, mosque, cheque, grotesque, grotesquely, uniquely
Week 2- ae sound
Vein, weigh, weight, eight, eighth, eighty, eighteen, neigh, neighbour, neighbourly, neighbourhood, high, they, obey, straight, sleigh
Week 3- Homophones and near homophones
Accept, except, affect, effect, ball, bawl, berry, bury, brake, break, fair, fare, grate, great, groan, grown
Week 4- Homophones and near homophones
Here, hear, knot, not, mail, male, main, mane, meat, meet, medal, meddle, missed, mist, where, wear
Week 5- Homophones and near homophones
Peace, piece, plain, plane, rain, rein, reign, scene, seen, heel, heal, he’ll, no, know, deer, dear
Summer Term (first half)
Week 1- Suffixes on words with the sound J
measure, measured, measuring, treasure, treasure, treasuring, please, pleased, pleasing, pleasure, enclose, enclosing, enclosed, enclosure, leisure, leisurely.
Week 2- Apostrophes for contractions
is not, isn't, was not, wasn't, did not, didn't, does not, doesn't, will not, won't, cannot, can't, could not, couldn't, should not, shouldn't.
Week 3- Suffixes
teach, teacher, farm, farmer, drive, driver, mine, miner, babysit, babysitter, run, runner, shop, shopper, spin, spinner.
Week 4- Words with the CH sound
teach, teacher, catch, catcher, rich, richer, stretch, stretcher, creature, furniture, picture, nature, natural, naturally, adventure, adventurous.
Week 5- Suffixes including OUS
poison, poisoning, poisoned, poisonous, danger, dangerous, mountain, mountainous, fame, famous, vary, various, tremendous, enormous, jealous, jealousy.
Week 6- Words ending TION
invent, invention, inject, injection, act, action, hesitate, hesitation, complete, completion, describe, description, detect, detection, reflect, reflection.
Spring Term (Second half)
Week 1- Prefixes
mature, immature, mortal, immortal, possible, impossible, patient, impatient, perfect, imperfect, market, supermarket, man, superman, star, superstar
Week 2- Prefixes
do, redo, new, renew, wind, rewind, turn, return, appear, reappear, decorate, redecorate, divide, subdivide, marine, submarine
Week 3- Suffixes
inform, informing, informed, information, adore, adoration, sense, sensation, prepare, preparing, prepared, preparation, admire, admired, admiring, admiration
Week 4- Suffixes
sad, sadly, complete, completely, actual, actually, usual, usually, final, finally, comic, comical, comically, accident, accidental, accidentally
Week 5- Suffixes
happy, happily, happiness, anger, angry, angrily, tidy, tidily, untidy, gentle, gently, gentleness, simple, simply, simpler, simplest
Spring Term (First half)
Week 1- Unsounded letters
Comb, bomb, thumb, crumb, lamb, numb, climb, calf, calves, half, halves, calm, palm, could, should, would.
Week 2- Unsounded letters
Knee, kneel, knife, knives, know, knock, gnat, gnome, grow, write, wrist, wrap, when, where, honest, rhyme.
Week 3- Prefix re
Build, rebuild, visit, revisit, play, replay, write, rewrite, cycle, recycle, place, replace, turn, return, fresh, refresh.
Week 4- Prefixes
Cycle, bicycle, recycle, tricycle, appear, disappear, visible, invisible, normal, abnormal, view, preview, review, interview, marine, submarine.
Week 5- Prefixes
Behave, misbehave, sense, nonsense, fiction, non-fiction, stop, non-stop, import, export, interior, exterior, star, co-star, clockwise, anti-clockwise.