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Spelling



Please click HERE to practise more spellings – apart from your spelling-link on the homework page. This link is also interactive! Enjoy!

 

Click the link in red for your Summer Term Spelling
words, organised in weeks.

Week 1: mansion, explosion, occasion, conclusion, division, extension, confusion, decision, collision, television, vision, invasion, expansion, revision, exclusion, inclusion, corrosion[decay/rust], erosion, collision[crash/accident]

Week2: dilution [strength], pollution, contribution, distribution[sharing/allocation][e.g. distribution of electricity/power], expedition, addition, repetition, position, condition, competition, lotion, potion, promotion, devotion[loyalty], completion, deletion, solution, notion [idea/perception/opinion], motion, substitution

Week 3: Unstressed vowels! jewellery, explanatory, voluntary, dictionary, factory, literacy, library, definitely, miserable, literature, interested, desperate, generous, marvellous, Wednesday, familiar, primary, carpet, animal, messenger

Week 4: more unstressed vowels: generally, interest, poisonous, secretary, separate, business, boundary, difference, original, company, different, centre, frightening, general, offering, family, formal, doctor, extra, category

Week 5

Week 6

Week7

Week 8

Week 9 – see the link to practise on the h/w page –

Week 10

Week 11

Powerful words to use in your writing

This SPELLING LINK is our link for spellings during Term 2 – Spring Term. This is the PDF-link! Click on the red link and slide down to Week 4!


Spring week 1

Spring week 2

Follow the above PDF-SPELLING LINK for the rest of the term’s words. We are following it week-by-week. Additional subject spelling words – and words for SEN/EAL will be given separately.

 

Spelling Spring Week 3

Click on the following link HERE: http://linoit.com/users/yearfive/canvases/said and add your own sticky-word about SAID – any other word than ‘said’ that can be used in your writing. Remember, make sure about the spelling of the word when typing it. You have a lovely variety of colours to choose from for your sticky note! The link will open in a new window. Have fun! You can add as many as you wish. [glad to see so many of you have added a word!]

Plural: Have a look at the plural of words. NO word in the plural gets an apostrophe ‘s. E.g. cat = cats, church = churches, school = schools etc.

 

Spelling Patterns!



HOMOPHONES = words that SOUND the same, but spelled differently

This Y5Term1 Document [PDF] is your Spelling link for Autumn Term. [Click on the blue link]

This page is your Spelling page and has ALL your spelling words you need to know for the WHOLE year. It’s been divided into terms, Autumn/Spring and Summer. Each term has its weekly list of words. For every week, you need to practise these words [for the particular week] in your Spelling Journal. You also need to put each word in a good sentence to know how to use the word so the meaning of the word is clear and to show you understand the meaningand you know how to use it correctly. Each word needs to be written three times in your Spelling Journal [in columns]. You will get a Spelling Journal with your Homework book on the first day of Y5. Parents need to check your Homework every week- they need to mark it too before Teachers mark it. What do you think you can do if you feel you don’t get enough homework? – good question! Have you got access to the internet? [yes?] Then a great site to find yourself some more homework is here: Primary Resources [ see the class blog: Blogroll] and click on a subject.


From our Spelling link – the above link [Y5 Term 1], this is Spelling Week 1 Autumn: words ending in ‘a’


Spelling Week 5 – Autumn – Plural: y/ie


Spelling Week 6 – Autumn – Plural: f/v


Spelling Week 7 – Autumn – Irregular Plural

More about Root-words and Prefixes

Spelling Week 8 – Autumn: Prefixes: auto-, bi-, tele-

Spelling Week 9 – Autumn – Prefixes: circ-, trans-


Spelling – Week 10 – Autumn- Root words


Spelling Week 11 – Autumn: Root words


Spelling – Week 12


Spelling Week 13: Suffix: -full


Spelling – Revision

Spelling Y5 TERM 2 on this blue link.
Click HERE for Y5 Term 3 Spelling.

The words to follow [after the green note] are some ‘more ambitious’ words for you to look at and to use in Y5. You have already used SOME in Y4, but can you spell them all? Remember, it is very important to get your spelling right and to spell words correctly in all subjects. If you are at home during the Summer holiday, use your time and practise every day about 5 words. Just imagine how clever you’ll be by the end of the holiday!


Character Adjectives:
adventurous, aggressive, beautiful, stubborn, talented, bold, boring, calm, caring, handsome, keen, joyful, hardworking, wrinkled, good-looking, scruffy, grumpy, greedy, dainty, cunning, clever, merry, moody, plump, practical, rich, rough, honest, happy, sweet, stupid, spotty, ugly, tall, enthusiastic, faithful, expressive, unusual, nutty, musical, curious, creative, snotty, stingy, strange, sloppy, crazy, shy, sickening, cruel, devilish, spiteful, wicked, vicious, rotten, angry, protective, lazy, hardworking, devoted, able, strong, presentable, clumsy, childlike, demanding, straggly hair [hair in all directions/untidy] etc.

Words other than SAID
screamed, bellowed, muttered, shrieked, whispered, spluttered, yelled, insisted, roared, cried, shouted, screeched, mumbled, complained, moaned, sighed, begged, announced, joked, groaned, enquired, suggested, whined, giggled, snapped, pleaded, spluttered, grunted, uttered, moaned, laughed, etc.
NICE IS NOT NICE!
adventurous, tasty, lovely, pretty, good, brilliant, glorious, joyful, exciting, terrific, sunny, happy, cheerful, fine, long, happy, friendly, kind, delicious, snug, beautiful, wonderful, excellent, amazing, fantastic, gorgeous, colourful, attractive, interesting, awesome, fascinating, glamorous, cute, fresh, fragrant, delicious, savoury, spicy, melodious, friendly, sunny, exciting, comfortable, thrilling, cosy, spectacular, etc.


Do you know the spelling of these words??

break and brake, brake of car/bike etc.
paid, pain, aim, nail, mail, fail, sail, snail, stain, drain, grain, chain, brain
clay, played, sprayed, prayed, stayed, say – but said
ea-words
heat, seam, beak, meal, heap, leap, peak, leaf, cheap, freak, tweak, streak, dream, scream, sneak, least, yeast, leave, weave, east
y-words
lorry, worry, daddy, messy, rainy, sleepy, creamy, easy, silly, chilly, lolly, foggy, poppy, smelly, jelly, cherry, tatty, nappy, happy
Magic e or silent e
bite, file, fine, five, hide, hive, pile, live, ride, size, side, wife, wine, wipe, wise, like, hike, file, mile, tile, vile, tide, wide, mime, rise, dice, mice, nice, die, lie, pie, tie
-igh words
high, sigh, fight, might, night, right, sight, tight, light, right, blight, flight, slight, bright, fright, thigh, night, flight
oa-words
oak, soak, coal, coat, foal, goal, moan, road, loan, foam, foal, throat, float, cloak, croak, roast, toast, coach, poach
ow-words
blow, sow, row, mow, tow, show, throw, grow, snow, glow
oo-words
hoof, doom, room, mood, food, noon, moose, loose, goose, booth, tooth, choose, balloon, swoop, droop, scoop, spool, shoot, school, smooth, brood
-ew
dew, yew, few, new, crew, grew, stew, flew, blew, shrew
ar-words
harm, barn, bark, card, cart, yard, harp, chart, shark, scar, sharp, charge, harsh, marsh, arch, March
are-words
bare, care, dare, fare, hare, rare, glare, spare, stare, scare, share

TERM 2 – Spring – Spelling

Spelling Y5 TERM 2 on this blue link.
Click HERE for Y5 Term 3 Spelling.

Do you know your sounds? Read this poem
I take it you already know
Of tough and bough and cough and dough?
Others may stumble, but not you
On hiccough, thorough, laugh, and through?
Well done! And now you wish, perhaps
To learn of less familiar traps?

Beware of heard, a dreadful word
That looks like beard and sounds like bird.
And dead; it’s said like bed, not bead;
For goodness sake, don’t call it deed!
Watch out for meat and great and threat,
(they rhyme with suite and straight and debt)
A moth is not a moth in mother.
Nor both in bother, broth in brother.

And here is not a match for there.
And dear and fear for bear and pear.
And then there’s dose and rose and lose —
Just look them up — and goose and choose.
And cork and work and card and ward,
And font and front and word and sword.
And do and go, then thwart and cart.
Come, come, I’ve hardly made a start.

A dreadful language? Why, man alive,
I’d learned to talk it when I was five,
And yet to write it, the more I tried,
I hadn’t learned it at fifty-five!

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break and brake or  brake of car/bike etc.
paid, pain, aim, nail, mail, fail, sail, snail, stain, drain, grain, chain, brain
clay, played, sprayed, prayed, stayed, say – but said
ea-words
heat, seam, beak, meal, heap, leap, peak, leaf, cheap, freak, tweak, streak, dream, scream, sneak, least, yeast, leave, weave, east
y-words
lorry, worry, daddy, messy, rainy, sleepy, creamy, easy, silly, chilly, lolly, foggy, poppy, smelly, jelly, cherry, tatty, nappy, happy
Magic e or silent e
bite, file, fine, five, hide, hive, pile, live, ride, size, side, wife, wine, wipe, wise, like, hike, file, mile, tile, vile, tide, wide, mime, rise, dice, mice, nice, die, lie, pie, tie
-igh words
high, sigh, fight, might, night, right, sight, tight, light, right, blight, flight, slight, bright, fright, thigh, night, flight
oa-words
oak, soak, coal, coat, foal, goal, moan, road, loan, foam, foal, throat, float, cloak, croak, roast, toast, coach, poach
ow-words
blow, sow, row, mow, tow, show, throw, grow, snow, glow
oo-words
hoof, doom, room, mood, food, noon, moose, loose, goose, booth, tooth, choose, balloon, swoop, droop, scoop, spool, shoot, school, smooth, brood
-ew
dew, yew, few, new, crew, grew, stew, flew, blew, shrew
ar-words
harm, barn, bark, card, cart, yard, harp, chart, shark, scar, sharp, charge, harsh, marsh, arch, March
are-words
bare, care, dare, fare, hare, rare, glare, spare, stare, scare, share
–more to follow soon! Keep practising!

sighing, knight, midnight, chimes, mild, humming, batting, cheating, screwing, hoping, hiding, waving, cracking, whisking, drilling, smashing, switching, milkshake, caveman, hostess, gravestone, unfold, hostess, mistrust, disgrace, haystack, railway, mainline, unload, mending, hissing, scream, beside, bleeding, speak, heal, field, reaches, streaking, kneels, weak, sigh, tie, high, pie, sty, mice, wife, hide, ripe, slime, leek, wheel, piece, clean, peace, outside, sunlight, strode, cloak, throat, groan, backpack, grandad, shellfish, matchbox, lipstick, wigwam, scrunch, wreck, wrong, knit, knock, knob, knack, thrush, badge, dread, tread, thread, head, rapid, treadmill, injecting, tactic, kidnap.

Y5: Make sure you can spell the following words correctly:

singular/plural

fungus, fungi [plural of fungus], goose/geese, woman/women, tooth/teeth, sheep/sheep, mouse/mice, fish/fish.

Prefixes:

automatic, autobiography, automobile, telephone, television, telegraph, telescope, biscuit, bilingual, bicentenary[two hundredth anniversary], biceps, binocular, bifocal, circuit, transparent, transmit, circumstance, circumstances, circular, circus, circle, translate, transform, translation.

More prefixes

electric, electricity, electrician, electrical, mechanism, mechanic, mechanical, mechanise, meteor, meteorite, meteorology, metetoric, prison, prisoner, imprisoned, imprisonment.

Suffixes:

child-children, childish, childishness, childlike, childhood, childless, childlessness, joy-joyful, joyous, joyfully, enjoy-enjoyable, enjoyment, enjoying, use/useful, dread/dreadful, care/careful, cheer/cheerful, skill/skilful, colour/colourful, beauty/beautiful, plenty/plentiful.

Plural: mystery/mysteries, shelf/shelves, child/children, donkey/donkeys, key/keys, church/churches, glass/glasses.

obey/obedient/disobedient, hero/heroine/heroic/heroism

 dispersal, germination, pollination, receptacle, ovary, nectaries, sepal, anther, petal, filament, stigma, style, ovule, exercise, alcohol, temperature, vegetable, environment, stamen, pollen

petal, filament, cycle, anther, pollen, stigma, style, ovary, ovaries, sepal, chocolate, environment, temperature, alcohol, vegetable, exercise, oxygen, wheat, properly, different

ovary, petal, stigma, style, ovaries, people, change, chicken, healthy, different, exercise, temperature, vegetable, alcohol, equal, equally, properly, wheat, person, adult

tattoo, echo, Peru, haiku, corgi, macaroni, fungus, fungi, telepathy, autobiography, autobahn, telephoto, bilingual, telescope, bicentenary, autopsy, bisect, circumference, circumnavigate, circumstance.

dispersal, nectaries, filament, transparent, transplant, transparency, circle, circuit, translation, electric, mechanic, mistaken, childish, childless, joyfully, enjoying, shakily, shaken, shook, balloon

chocolate, charming, chair, charge, children, shake, shaken, shakily, shook, photo, telephoto, telegram, translate, transplant, translation, luck, lucky, luckily, happy, happily

The following words will help you to move on to the next level! Do make use of it in your writing.

Character Adjectives:
adventurous, aggressive, beautiful, stubborn, talented, bold, boring, calm, caring, handsome, keen, joyful, hardworking, wrinkled, good-looking, scruffy, grumpy, greedy, dainty, cunning, clever, merry, moody, plump, practical, rich, rough, honest, happy, sweet, stupid, spotty, ugly, tall, enthusiastic, faithful, expressive, unusual, nutty, musical, curious, creative, snotty, stingy, strange, sloppy, crazy, shy, sickening, cruel, devilish, destructive, spiteful, wicked, vicious, rotten, brutish, vile, angry, protective, lazy, hardworking, devoted, able, strong, presentable, clumsy, childlike, demanding, straggly hair [hair in all directions/untidy] etc.

Words other than SAID
screamed, bellowed, muttered, shrieked, whispered, spluttered, yelled, insisted, roared, cried, shouted, screeched, mumbled, complained, moaned, sighed, begged, announced, joked, groaned, enquired, suggested, whined, giggled, snapped, pleaded, spluttered, grunted, uttered, moaned, laughed, etc.
NICE IS NOT NICE!
adventurous, tasty, lovely, pretty, good, brilliant, glorious, joyful, exciting, terrific, sunny, happy, cheerful, fine, long, happy, friendly, kind, delicious, snug, beautiful, wonderful, excellent, amazing, fantastic, gorgeous, colourful, attractive, interesting, awesome, fascinating, glamorous, cute, fresh, fragrant, delicious, savoury, spicy, melodious, friendly, sunny, exciting, comfortable, thrilling, cosy, spectacular, etc.



2 Responses to “Spelling”

  1. Hi Shivam
    The homework is on the homework page and your spelling is on the little sheet you got with the Literacy homework. Check the homework page for your spellings, it is there too – check the section for the homework Due: 5th February. Read carefully everything in that section for THIS week. I am NOT at home on Monday evenings – I am at the uni and come home after 8pm, please always check the homework page -you also confirmed on Friday that you got the homework on Thursday. 🙂 [like everybody else – everybody got it on Thursday last week, remember?]
    Edit: This is what the homework page tells you in the section for this week. 🙂
    Spelling: Week 4 – on our spelling link – see last week’s homework section – the spelling link is there. Words: flight, freight, eight, height, weight, sprightly, knight, tight, slight, straight, thief, fierce, piece, pie, field, lie, fiesta, grieve, shield.

  2. please tell me which spelling that should be handed in tomorrow and do we need to do sentences

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