A YEAR OF SPELLING FOR GRADE 6
A YEAR OF SPELLING FOR GRADE 6
A YEAR OF SPELLING FOR GRADE 6
A YEAR OF SPELLING FOR GRADE 6
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A YEAR OF SPELLING FOR GRADE 6

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This year 6 bundle has all of your spelling work covered for the year.

This comprehensive pack is suitable for Distance learning as there is a Google Slides version included in the pack, so that it can be used in printed format or with a variety of devices that are able to utilise Google Slides. A PDF is included which has a link to the online version which will prompt you to make a copy first.

The fonts will be different than the ones in the Powerpoint version

Each pack contains a set of activities for each spelling list.

• Instructions included in each of the sets of word lists

• On each page there is a new set of list words for you to practice (see the word list below)

• Firstly read each word in the word list

• Then copy and write each word 3 times

• Lastly, each letter has a value. Work out how much each word is worth using the table provided.

✔ Homework

✔ Morning Work

✔ Literacy Centres

✔ Early Finisher Tasks

✔ Spelling Intervention

✔ Distance Learning

 

Term 1

Words ending in- able

Words ending in- able

Words ending in - ably

Word families based on common words, showing how words are related in form and meaning

Word families based on common words, showing how words are related in form and meaning

Creating diminutives using prefixes micro- or mini-

Ambitious Synonyms: Adjectives

Homophones & Near Homophones: Nouns that endin -ce/-cy and verbs that end in-se/-sy

Adjectives ending in -ant into nouns ending in -ance/-ancy

Adjectives ending in -ent into nouns ending in -ence/-ency

 

Term 2

Week 1

Adding suffixes beginning with vowel letters to words ending in -fer

Week 2

Words with a long /e/ sound spelt ‘ie’ or ‘ei’ after c (and exceptions)

Week 3

Words with the long /e/ sound spelt ‘ie’ or ‘ei’ after c (and exceptions)

Week 4

Word families based on common words, showing how words are related in form and meaning

Week 5

Word families based on common words, showing how words are related in form and meaning

Week 6

Words with endings which sound like /shuhl/ after a vowel letter

Week 7

Words with endings which sound like /shuhl/ after a consonant letter

Week 8

Words with a ‘soft c’ spelt /ce/

Week 9

Word families based on common words, showing how words are related in form and meaning

Week 10

Word families based on common words, showing how words are related in form and meaning

 

Term 3

Week 1 Word families based on common words, showing how

words are related in form and meaning

Week 2 Words that can be nouns and verbs

Week 3 Words that can be nouns and verbs

Week 4 Words with a long /o/ sound spelt ‘ou’ or ‘ow’

Week 5 Words ending in -ible

Week 6 Words ending in -ibly

Week 7 Synonyms & Antonyms

Week 8 Synonyms & Antonyms

Week 9 Synonyms & Antonyms

Week 10 Synonyms & Antonyms

 

Term 4

Week 1 In words ending in -ent and -ant, the e and a are often mistaken for one another.

Week 2 In many words, the letter i is confused with an e, y or a.

Week 3 Many English words use double consonants.

Week 4 Homophones are two words that sound alike but have different spellings and meanings.

Week 5 Words with an ‘o’ sometimes are misspelled because the ‘o’ is left out of the word.

Week 6 In English, an s is added to the end of a word for two reasons.

Week 7 Words with an o sometimes get misspelled because the ‘o’ is mispronounced or an extra vowel, such as an ‘i, ‘is added.

Week 8 Many English words use double consonants.

Week 9 Many English words use a prefix before a root word.

Week 10Many writers confuse -ent and -ant, -ence and -ance, and -ery and -ary.

 

 

This is for use by one teacher in one classroom. If you would like to share with your colleagues, PLEASE purchase a multiple license. Thank you :)