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My Spelling Workbook (Book A) My Spelling Workbook (Book B) My Spelling Workbook (Book C) My Spelling Workbook (Book D) My Spelling Workbook (Book E) My Spelling Workbook (Book F) My Spelling Workbook (Book G)

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Titles available in this series:

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Introduction

Welcome to My Spelling Workbook. This book and interactive download have lots of activities to help you learn to spell. You should follow this method when you are learning to spell each word. List Words

Practise

gather gutter gadget figure giant

Trace

magic

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germ hydrogen charge lounge strange arrange change damage

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Check

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Write

D

Write your first try here.

energy gentle

Cover

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Learn each word. Then use your hand to hide each word.

goodbye

Say

Practise

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Look

village gym

Write your second try here. Tick if you got the word right in your test. Tick if you got the word right in the dictation.

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danger near

between

Contents

Unit 11 oi, oy, uoy............................................... 42–45

Unit 2 Silent Letters................................................. 6–9

Unit 12 ir, ur, er, ear ............................................. 46–49

Unit 3 ie, ei.......................................................... 10–13

Unit 13 Spring/Easter......................................... 50–53

Unit 4 ay, ey, ai, a, eigh, aigh, ei........................ 14–17

Unit 14 pre, micro, en, ment.............................. 54–57

Unit 5 Prefixes: inter–, dis–, re–, sub–.................. 18–21

Unit 15 gh, ph..................................................... 58–61

Unit 6 Different Pronunciations ‘ch’................. 22–25

Unit 16 y, ey, i, uay............................................... 62–65

Unit 7 Christmas................................................. 26–29

Unit 17 al, ish, age, ship...................................... 66–69

Unit 8 ck, ic......................................................... 30–33

Unit 18 Summer Holidays.................................. 70–73

Unit 9 ow, o, oe, ough........................................ 34–37

Difficult Words I Have Found..................................74

Unit 10 a–e, e–e, u–e, i–e, o–e........................... 38–41

My Spelling Dictionary Aa–Zz........................... 75–78

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Unit 1 Hard and Soft ‘g’........................................ 2–5

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Unit 1

Hard and Soft ‘g’

List Words

Practise

Practise

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gather gutter goodbye gadget figure

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giant magic energy gentle germ hydrogen charge

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lounge strange arrange damage village

in

gym

g

change

danger

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near

between

Small Words

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1. Write the list words that contain these small words.

(a) ant

(b) ran

(c) am

(d) at

(e) ill

(f) get

(g) ear

(h) we

Alphabetical Order 2. Write the list words that begin with the letter ‘g’ in alphabetical order.

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

(e)

(f)

(g)

(h)

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Unit 1

Hard and Soft ‘g’

Crosswo rd

3. Use list words to solve the crossword.

Across 4. 7. 9. 10. 12. 16.

17.

19. 20. 21. 22.

6.

A sitting room. To make or become different. To put in order. Kind, tender or mild. Supernatural powers. It is larger than a hamlet, but smaller than a town. The possibility of suffering harm or injury. Where physical education is often taught. Farewell, cheerio, bye-bye. Peculiar, odd or bizarre. Close by.

2. 4.

7.

5.

8. 9.

10.

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3.

11.

14.

12.

13.

17.

15.

16.

18.

Down 3. 5. 6. 8.

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2.

20.

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. Shape of a person you can’t see clearly. It is on the edge of a roof or pavement to carry rainwater away. To harm, injure or ruin. To come or bring together. Vigour, strength, stamina or power. In the space separating two places or two points in time.

22.

13. 14. 15.

18.

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Secret Words

11.

A colourless, odourless highly inflammable gas. Cost, price or rate. Appliance, instrument, device. A micro-organism, especially one that could cause a disease. Of a very great size or force.

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4. Find the secret words.

(a) Change ‘tle’ to ‘ius’ in ‘gentle’.

(b) Change ‘gen’ to ‘foil’ in ‘hydrogen’.

(c) Change ‘age’ to ‘ain’ in ‘village’.

(d) Change ‘gad’ to ‘bud’ in ‘gadget’.

(e) Change ‘dan’ to ‘gin’ in ‘danger’.

(f)

Change ‘ween’ to ‘ray’ in ‘between’.

Hard and Soft Sounds 5. (a) Write four list words with the hard ‘g’ sound’.

(b) Write four list words with the soft ‘g’ sound.

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Unit 1

Hard and Soft ‘g’

List Words

gather gutter

Missing Words 6. Complete the sentences using the list or revision words.

(a) The will appointment at the hospital.

figure

(b) The

giant

beautiful

(c) You must the extra for sitting in the first class seats at the concert.

germ

(d) Regular visits to the

hydrogen

(e) As if by ,a pulled out of the hat!

magic energy gentle

charge lounge strange change damage

will be expensive to repair.

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will give me more

rabbit was

Word Hunt

Word Hunt

7. (a) Which list or revision word …

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arrange

the burst pipe caused to the

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gadget

for an

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goodbye

(i) is both past and present tense?

gym

(ii) is an adverb?

danger

(iii) is a compound word?

(b) ‘Hydro’ means ‘water’. Can you write any other words with this prefix?

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near

in

village

between

Revision Words

doctor water lower

Jumbled Words

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spectator

8. Two words have been jumbled together. Can you unjumble them?

suddenly

(a) scetamytorgp

eleven

(b) gnttguatier

reason

(c) alevreeneson

(d) dermsdenlguy

(e) gosgaidpeton

poison read goes 4

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Unit 1

Hard and Soft ‘g’

Word Search 9. Find the list and revision words in the word search. charge

near

gutter

lounge

between

goodbye

strange

doctor

gadget

arrange

spectator

giant

change

water

magic

damage

lower

energy

figure

suddenly

gentle

village

eleven

germ

gym

reason

hydrogen

danger

poison

goes

read

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gather

Adding Endings

g

10. Add the suffixes ‘ed’, ‘ing’, ‘er’, ‘est’ or ‘ment’ to make two new words.

(a) change

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Remember: ‘e’ is dropped when a suffix with a vowel is added.

(b) lower

(c) gentle

(d) reason

(e) arrange

(f) poison

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Incorrect Words

11. Write the words correctly.

(a) gaint

(b) docter

(c) figire

(d) gadjit

(e) bitwean

(f) hidrygen

Additi

12. (a)

onal A ctiviti es Sort the

li accord st words in numbe g to the r of syll ables. (b) Make w o eight li rd shapes for st word s. (c) Write th e alphab list words in etical o rder.

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Unit 2

Silent Letters

List Words

Practise

Practise

T

D

handkerchief guest cupboard guitar island

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climb limb doubt known knock guess young

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white wraith sign tomb science

in

wrinkle

g

aisle

depot

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horse disc

Silent Letters

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1. Write list words that contain these silent letters.

(a) Silent ‘p’

(b) Silent ‘b’

(c) Silent ‘d’

(d) Silent ‘u’

(e) Silent ‘g’

(f) Silent ‘s’

(g) Silent ‘o’

(h) Silent ‘w’

(i)

Silent ‘h’

(j)

Silent ‘k’

(k) Silent ‘c’

(l)

Silent ‘t’

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Silent Letters 2. Use list words to solve the crossword.

d r o w s s Cro

Across

16. 17. 19.

2.

A person invited to something. It has a mane, a tail and hooves. Past tense of ‘know’. An indication, a mark, a notice. To strike a surface noisily. Physics, chemistry, biology. A burial place. It has shelves and a door and is used for storage. 9. A ghost or phantom. Great Britain is one of these. To go up, ascend, scale.

2. 3.

4.

7.

8. 9. 13.

10.

12.

13.

15.

14.

rows A passage between of seats. e. To estimate or suppos bric fa in d fol or A slight line or skin. your 19. You use this to wipe nose. A stringed musical instrument. inty. A feeling of uncerta t. jec ob A flat, thin round . ld’ ‘o of 15. Opposite

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8.

7.

6.

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Word Worm

ere A storage place or wh . pt ke e vehicles ar lack’. 16. Opposite of ‘b wing. or leg m, ar 18. An

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1.

4.

11.

Down

3.

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2. 4. 5. 6. 10. 11. 12. 14.

1.

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3. (a) Circle each list word you can find in the word worm.

limbswh

sendisclkn

owndsigni

(b) Write the list word you can make from the leftover letters.

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Proofreading

4. Circle the incorrect words and rewrite them correctly in the spaces.

(a) The wite raith floated down the isle of the church and disappeared into the toom. (b) Can you gess the name of the yung gest playing a gitar in the middle of the night?

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Unit 2

Silent Letters Mixed-up Sentences

List Words

handkerchief

5. Unjumble the sentences.

(a) handkerchief this your Wrap around finger. bleeding

cupboard

(b) on which shelf! one the women Guess left their of scarf the

limb

doubt

island climb

known

Rule 1: For words ending in ‘f’ or ‘fe’, change the ‘f’ to ‘v’ and add ‘es’. Exceptions: Some words ending in ‘f’ cannot make their minds up. Sometimes they change ‘f’ to ‘v’ and add ‘es’, at other times they just add ‘s’. Rule 2: To make words ending with ‘ss’ plural, ‘es’ is added.

knock guess young white wraith sign

More Than One

aisle

6. Complete the table of plurals.

g

tomb

sa

guitar

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guest

(a) handkerchief

wrinkle

(b) shelf

depot

(c) guess

horse

(d) wolf

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science

disc

(e) horse

Revision Words

(f) aisle

leaf

My Meanings

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beef shelf wolf

7. Write a definition for each word. Use a dictionary to check your answers.

scarf

(a) depot

half

(b) dice

(c) aisle

(d) wraith

(e) doubt

women dice large does 8

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Silent Letters

Word Search 8. Find the list and revision words in the word search.

tomb

climb

science

limb

wrinkle

doubt

dice

leaf

beef

g

Synonyms

women

knock

guess

young

half

does

horse

disc

scarf

large

depot

known

wolf

sa

island

shelf

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handkerchief white guest wraith cupboard sign guitar aisle

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9. Write a list or revision word with a similar meaning. (a) passageway

(b) recognized

(c) crease

(d) crypt

(e) uncertainty

(f) vehicle base

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Missing Letters

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10. Fill in the missing letters to make list or revision words.

(a) w

men

(b)

(c) y

ung

(d) ha

(e) lar

e

(f) lim

(g) i

(i) shel

land

nock

(h) g (j) cu

f

itar board

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tivities 11. (a) W rite six qu estions, ea ch containin g at least one list or revis ion word. (b) M ake word s six list or re hapes for vision word s. (c) W rite a list o f words con other taining sile nt letters. 9


Unit 3 List Words

Practise

Practise

ie

ei

T

D

brief thief belief mischief grief

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relief believe niece field priest calorie cashier

sa

piece receive receipt deceit seize

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weird

g

deceive

caffeine

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biscuit

address

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Secret Words

1. Find the secret words.

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(a) Take ‘p’ off ‘piece’ and put in ‘n’.

(b) Add ‘dis’ to the beginning of ‘belief’.

(c) Take ‘f’ off ‘mischief’ and add ‘vous’.

(d) Take ‘cash’ off ‘cashier’ and put in ‘barr’.

(e) Take ‘d’ off ‘weird’.

(f) Add ‘de’ to the beginning of ‘brief’.

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Across

2. 3.

5. 6.

8. 9.

11.

12. 14.

16.

17.

18.

2. 3. 4. 5.

A firm opinion. Accept or take delivery of something. Strange, queer or mysterious. In America, it is called a ‘cookie’. Part, bit, section. When buying something, 11. you should always get a . A minister of the Catholic, Orthodox or Anglican Church. An area of open land. Unit of measurement for the energy food gives you. Troublesome or bad behaviour. The daughter of one’s brother or sister. To deliberately obscure the truth.

Down

4.

6. 7.

8. 9.

10.

12.

13.

14.

15.

16.

17.

18.

Robber, burglar, pilferer. To feel sure of the truth of something. She wrote the on the envelope. Short, concise, compact. Grab or clutch.

9. 10. 13. 14. 15.

Removal of pain, anxiety or distress. A stimulant found in tea, coffee and soft drinks. Intense sorrow. The person who handles payments in a bank, shop or business. Fraud, cheating or trickery.

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1. 2.

7.

in

6.

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Crossword

1.

2. Use list words to solve the crossword.

Unit 3

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ie

Missing Letters

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3. Use ‘ie’, or ‘ei’ to complete the list words.

(a) p

ce

(e) th

f

(i) caff

ne

f

(b) gr

pt

(f) rec (j) s

(c) rec (g) pr

ve st

(d) w

rd

(h) calor

ze

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Adding Endings

4. Add the suffixes ‘s’, ‘ing’ and ‘ed’ to make new words. Add ‘s’

Remember: For words ending in ‘f’, change the ‘f’ to ‘ve’ before adding the suffix; ‘e’ goes away when ‘ing’ comes to stay. Add ‘ed’

Add ‘ing’

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Unit 3

ie Noun or Verb

List Words

thief

5. This word can be used as a noun or a verb. Write a sentence for each.

(a)

mischief

grief

(b)

relief

belief

believe Shape Sorter

niece field

6. Write the word that fits in each shape.

priest calorie piece

(a)

(c)

receive receipt

seize weird caffeine

(d)

My Meanings

7. Write a definition for each word. Use a dictionary to check your answers.

(a) cashier

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biscuit

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deceit

in

deceive

(b)

sa

cashier

piece

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brief

ei

address

(b) deceive

psalm

build

(c) listen

(d) brief

knuckle

yoghurt

(e) address

autumn

pretty

(f) seize

animal

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Revision Words

listen wrist

rhyme

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Word Search 8. Find the list and revision words in the word search.

brief

deceit

thief

seize

build

weird caffeine

listen

field

rhyme

m pl e

belief mischief

psalm

grief

relief

priest

believe

calorie

niece receive

cashier piece

receipt

deceive

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Antonyms

biscuit

address

wrist

knuckle

yoghurt autumn pretty

animal

9. Write a list or revision word with the opposite meaning.

(c) normal

(e) whole

(b) dispatch

(d) honesty

(f) ugly

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(a) nephew

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Syl la ble Match

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10. Match the syllables and write the list or revision words. (a) knu

• ier

(b) mis

• tumn

(c) cash •

• ckle

(d) bis

• eine

(e) au

• chief

(f) caff •

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Additional Activities 11. (a) Sort the list words according to the number of vowels in each.

(b) Make word shapes for the list or revision words and test your friends.

(c) Write all the nouns in the list and revision words.

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Unit 4

ay

List Words

ey

ai

a

Practise

eigh

aigh

ei

T

D

Practise

display stray relay always alley

m pl e

grey obey survey claim raise afraid operation

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dictation nature weight neighbour straight

in

vein

g

freight

beige

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morning might

All Mixed Up

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1. Unjumble the list words.

(a) rinnmog

(b) aitdoictn

(c) aaylws

(d) grfehti

(e) itgmh

(f) ylrae

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Small Words 2. Write list words that contain these small words.

(a) our

(b) is

(c) or

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ey

ai

a

eigh

3. Use list words to solve the crossword.

2.

12.

13.

14. 15.

17.

19.

20.

To look carefully and thoroughly at something or a general view. Past tense of ‘may’. To pass on, hand on or communicate. We all have to the rules. The person living next door or very near. A narrow passageway between or behind buildings. To place something so that it can be seen or is on show. Frightened, scared or terrified. During English, we do one every week. The transport of goods in bulk, especially by train, ship or truck.

4. 6.

8.

9.

11.

10.

12.

13.

14.

15.

16.

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7. 9.

7.

17.

18.

19.

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3. 5.

in

5.

Unit 4

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Crossw ord

1.

Across

aigh

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ay

20.

Down

1. Her

2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

8. 10. 11. 12. 16.

18.

Opposite of ‘evening’. Every time. It was hard to pick up because of its . An act of surgery performed on a patient. One of the tubes in the circulation system in your body. Lift, elevate or hoist.

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to fame was that she was related to the royal family. To wander or roam. A pale sandy fawn colour. ‘It’s not in my to be cruel.’ Without curve or bend. A blend of black and white.

Same Sound, Different Spelling

4. Use the correct sound pattern to complete the list words.

(a) gr

(e) surv

(i) str

t

(j) dict

(m) all

(n) fr

bour

(b) n

(f) r

se

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(c) n

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(d) w

(g) cl

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(h) ob

(k) v

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Unit 4

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List Words

display stray

ey

ai

a

eigh

aigh

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Homophones 5. Circle and rewrite the correct homophones.

relay

(a) The boy with fair/fare hair didn’t pay his fair/fare.

always

alley

(b) The woman had to weight/wait until the nurse measured her weight/wait.

obey

survey

(c) The rays/raise of the sun can rays/raise the temperature.

claim

raise

m pl e

grey

Missing Words

afraid operation

6. Complete the sentences using the list or revision words.

dictation

(a) We

nature

weight

(b) I’m

straight

(c)

vein

the

beige

morning

might

Revision Words

chair

sa the

my dog’s leg

g

the blinds in the

?

7. Write the list or revision word from which these words are made. Underline the prefix or suffix that has been added.

repair

(b) chairman

(c) weightless

glare

(d) unfair

spare

(e) surveyor

beware

(f) natural

Dublin

(g) rarity

Belfast

(h) disobey

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(a) neighbourhood

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Base Words

rare

cat sitting in

(d) Why does Mum have to

fair

dairy

to repair

not be successful.

of the

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neighbour

to visit my grandparents.

in

freight

go on holiday every year to

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ey

ai

a

eigh

aigh

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Word Sear ch 8. Find the list and re vision words in the word se arch.

display

stray

always

relay

alley survey

grey

m pl e

obey

raise dictation freight vein might

sa

Antonyms

operation

nature

weight straight

neighbour beige

morning

chair

repair

glare Dublin

claim

afraid

fair

dairy

rare

spare Belfast

beware

9. Write a list or revision word with the opposite meaning.

(c) disobey

(e) never

(g) curved

(b) common

g

(a) lower

(d) fearless

(f) dark

(h) conceal

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Secret Code

a b c d e g

10. Use the secret code to uncover the list or revision word.

(a)

(b)

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(d)

i

(e)

r

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

(c)

9 2 5 14

12 5 7 8

n o

6 10 5 14

(f)

10 1 7 11 5

2 5 7 6 5

Additional Activit ies

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Unit 5

inter

List Words

Practise

dis

re

Practise

T

sub D

interest intersect intercept interact interview

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international disability dislike disagree disappoint disappear return

sa

repeat refund revise submarine submerge

in

subject

g

suburb

submission

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interesting modem

prefixes

Alphabetical Order

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1. Use the correct prefix to complete the list words.

2. Write the list words beginning with ‘inter’ in alphabetical order.

(a)

urb

(b)

act

(a)

(c)

like

(d)

ject

(b)

(e)

view

(f)

vise

(c)

(g)

appoint

(h)

sect

(d)

(i)

peat

(j)

merge

(e)

(k)

ability

(l)

fund

(f)

(g)

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inter

dis

3. Use list words to solve the crossword.

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1. 2.

Crossw ord

Across

10.

11.

12.

14.

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13.

15.

17.

16.

18.

19.

Down

2.

3. 5.

6. 8.

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8

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7.

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Discussion or a meeting for a job. 4. To give back money for a returned item. 6. Cease to be visible. 7. Act in such a way as to have an effect on another. 8. Distaste, disapproval or hate. 10. To go underwater, sink or plummet. 11. A person or thing that is being discussed. 14. Fascinating, compelling, engrossing or appealing. 17. Universal, worldwide or global. 18. An outlying district of a city, especially a residential one. 19. To say or do again.

5.

6.

1.

in

3. 4.

To divide something by passing across it. It was a matter of to us all. To examine and improve or amend something. Lack of ability. To fail to fulfil hopes or expectations. A ship which travels underwater.

10.

12.

13.

15. 16.

To be under the control of someone. To block something while it is travelling. Fail to agree or have a different opinion. To go back to a place. Device connecting computers via phone line.

4. Write the correct prefix next to its meaning. Write two list words as examples. Prefix

Meaning

(a)

not/apart from

(b)

again/back

(c)

between/among

(d)

under/below

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inter

the jumper Mum bought so she is going

(a) I

interact interview

sub

5. Complete the sentences using the list or revision words.

intersect intercept

re

Missing Words

List Words

interest

dis

to take it back to the shop to get a

(b) I would like you to

.

all the major leaders

disability

(c) I

, I am not very happy with pupils who

dislike

with the rules of the school!

disagree

(d) We will have to

disappoint

refund revise suburb submarine submerge subject submission

to life on

.

Letters into Words

c

6. Write four list or revision words using the letters on the submarine.

m d

l

e

r

t

u

a

o n

w

Syl la bles

7. Write the list or revision words that have three syllables. Show the syllable breaks.

ew

interesting

m pl e

repeat

the comet that is a

sa

return

peace.

g

disappear

about their plans for

in

international

modem

Revision Words

e.g. in – ter – est

lead

Vi

steady earth

threat

instead

Small Words

heavy breadth breakfast world clean 20

8. Write list or revision words that contain these small words.

(a) miss

(b) tea

(c) fun

(d) as

(e) pea

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dis

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sub

Word Search 9. Find the list and revision wo rds in the word search. interest

return

lead steady earth

m pl e

intersect repeat intercept refund interact revise interview suburb international submarine

threat

instead heavy

sa

disability submerge breadt h dislike subject breakfast disagree submission world disappoint interesting clean disappear modem

Adding Endings

in

g

10. Add the suffixes ‘ed’, ‘ing’, ‘able’, and ‘ment’ to make new words (if possible). Add ‘ed’

Add ‘ing’

Add ‘able’

Add ‘ment’

ew

(a) revise

Remember: When adding a suffix beginning with a vowel to most words ending with ‘e’, the ‘e’ is dropped before adding the suffix.

(b) disagree (c) clean

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(d) disappoint

Additional Ac t

ivities 11. (a) Use a d ictionary and a dd to the list of the prefixes ‘inte words with r’, ‘dis’, ‘re’ and ‘sub’. (b) Using o ne word with ea ch prefix, write sentence to sho a w its meaning. (c) Sort the list and revision words into sets according to th e number of sylla bles they have.

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Unit 6

Different Pronunciations

List Words

Practise

Practise

T

ch D

torch orchard channel achieve machine

m pl e

chef parachute charade approach coach school choir

sa

ache chemist anchor character monarch

in

orchid

g

stomach

anarchy

ew

Madrid Cardiff

Vi

Syl la ble Match 1. Match the syllables and write the list words.

(a) Mad •

• or

(b) stom •

• chid

(c) anch •

• nel

(d) chan •

• rid

(e) or

• arch

(f) mon •

• ach

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More Than One Rule: Add ‘es’ to words ending in ‘ch’, except where ‘ch’ sounds like ‘k’. 2. Make the words plural.

(a) coach

(b) machine

(c) torch

(d) stomach

(e) approach

(f) monarch

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Different Pronunciations

d r o w s s Cro

3. Use list words to solve the crossword.

Across 4.

6.

7.

10.

11. 13.

15.

19.

20.

6.

9.

10.

11.

12.

2.

3. 4.

5.

8. 9.

Vi

14.

13.

15.

17.

16.

18.

19.

20.

To come near or nearer to in distance or time. The capital city of Wales. A shop where medicine is dispensed and sold. He jumped from the plane and two minutes later opened his . A professional cook. A sea passage, a strait, or a band of radio or television frequencies.

ew

8.

7.

in

Down

5. 4.

m pl e

A sovereign head of state; e.g. a king or queen. An organized group of singers. A heavy object used to moor a ship to the sea bottom. A tropical plant usually having brightly coloured flowers. The qualities of a person’s nature. Belly, tummy, gut. A portable batterypowered electric lamp. To succeed, usually with effort. A continuous dull pain. Apparatus or appliance using or applying mechanical power.

sa

1.

3.

g

2.

1.

12. 14.

Land planted with fruit trees. An absurd pretence intended to create a pleasant impression. 15. A state of disorder due to lack of government or control. 16. The capital city of Spain. 17. Primary , secondary . 18. A single-decker bus, a carriage or a person who trains people; e.g. athletes or students.

Sounds

4. Sort the list words according to where the ‘ch’ is. Beginning

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End

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Different Pronunciations

ch

Base Words

List Words

channel

(a) characteristic

achieve

(b) anchored

machine

(c) chemistry

chef

(d) American

(e) machinery

(f) monarchy

coach

(g) approachable

school

(h) anarchist

parachute charade approach

ache chemist anchor

Shape Sorter

6. Write the word that fits in each shape.

(a)

orchid anarchy

(b)

(c)

(d)

ew

Madrid

in

monarch

g

stomach character

sa

choir

m pl e

orchard

5. Write the list or revision words from which these words are made. Underline the suffix that has been added.

torch

Cardiff

Revision Words

stronger

Word Hunt 7. Which list or revision word(s) …

greatest

(a) rhymes with ‘bake’?

lightest

(b) is the opposite of ‘fail’?

(c) have four vowels?

angriest

(d) are names of cities?

learn

(e) have double consonants?

America

Vi

meaner

thinnest tiniest

bounciest

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Unit 6

ch

Word Search 8. Find the list and revision words in the word search. torch meaner

greatest

m pl e

orchard

ache

channel

lightest achieve

machine tiniest

sa

chef

Jumbled Words

parachute angriest

charade

approach

g

America

9. Unjumble the list and revision words.

coach school

chemist anchor

thinnest

stomach

character bounciest monarch orchid

learn anarchy Madrid stronger Cardiff

(a) ouncebist

(b) chanary

(c) rhioc

(d) thligtes

10. Write these words correctly.

(e) rhaonc

(a) masheen

(f) decarah

(b) karacter

(c) cardif

(d) parashoot

(e) sharade

(f) monark

(g) tinest

(h) lern

(i) stomak

(j) shf

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ew

in

Additional Activit ies

11. (a) Add words to the lists showing ‘ch’ at the beginning, middle and end of each. (b) Make all the nouns you have written plural. (c) Use five of th e nouns you have found in silly sentence s. My Spelling Workbook E—Prim-Ed Publishing—www.prim-ed.com

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Incorrect Words

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Unit 7 List Words

Practise

Practise

T

D

wrap donkey reunion Santa Claus sauce

m pl e

presents holly enchanting Christmas mistletoe fairy sleigh

sa

festival turkey goose midnight delight

in

pudding

g

sprouts

ornaments

ew

sugar

special

Incorrect Words

Vi

1. Write these words correctly.

(a) Santa Klas

(b) suger

(c) sleh

(d) sawse

(e) chrismas

(f) reunon

(g) midnite

(h) rap

(i) puding

(j) presants

(k) speshal

(l) ornemants

(m) faery

(n) turkay

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Christma s

Unit 7

d r o ossw

m pl e

Cr

2. Use list words to solve the crossword.

Wh er or ravy. 2. Cover in papre d like g . u 4 o p on the Can be 5. What you plaec.e 7. Christmas treof old friends ring A gathe es. . 8 iv tard. relat

ew

in

g

or ith cus eat it w berries. u o Y 9. Plant with red 12. Ver y sweet. t. 13. Winter y plan ! 15. Merr y being . 8 1 g a inar y im ll a Sm 19. with wings. Gifts. od of 20. y or peri a d A 21. celebration.

sa

ss r pull. Acro ee l. at reind materia

Down

31.. Charming 5. Type of wa or delightful. 6. Small vege terbird. 10 Like a hors tables. e. 11.. To take ple L 14. ives at the asure in som 16 Middle o North Pole. ething. 17.. Exceptionfanight. l, rem Larg

a bred fo rkable or ra re. r eatin g.

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e bird

Vertical Challenge

3. (a) Write answers to each clue in the correct horizontal place on the grid.

• gifts (8)

• cover (4)

• get-together (7) • extraordinary (7) • pleasure (7)

(b) Write the word in the highlighted vertical column.

(c) Write a clue for this word.

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Unit 7

4. Use the secret code to find the list or revision words. a c d e

donkey

We’ll have a great reunion

christmas

turkey

fairy

pudding

midnight delight

and have Mum’s special !

sa

5. Write four list or revision words using the letters on Santa's sack.

n

Small Words

in

6. Write the list words that contain these small words. (a) air

Revision Words

(b) men

elves

(c) go

stable

(d) on

family

(e) is

(f) key

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snowman

ours theirs 28

e u

g

eb

i g

chimney

7. Choose every second letter and then rearrange them to make two list or revision words.

lp

s

tn

reindeer

c l

Word Worm Anagram

angel

r

o

special

concert

a

ew

sugar

will sit around the table and eat

Letters into Words

pudding ornaments

. The mistletoe

g

sprouts

at

will be put on the top of the tree and the

mistletoe

goose

u y

Family

turkey

t

will be hung above the door. The Fairy

festival

s

Christmas

sleigh

r

h h o

enchanting

l m n o p

o

holly

k

h t r f s

l

presents

i

m pl e

sauce

g h

❁ ❃ ❄ ❅ ✦ ❇ ❈ ❉ ❋ ● ❍ ■ ❏ ❐ ❒ ▲ ▼ ◆ ❙

reunion Santa Claus

f

lkyh

wrap

Secret Code

b

List Words

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Word Search 8. Find the list and revision words in the word search.

reunion

m pl e

Santa Claus presents

holly

Christmas

enchanting mistletoe

fairy

sa

festival

pudding

elves

stable

special

in

My Meanings

g

ornaments family angel snowman reindeer chimney donkey ours theirs concert

goose

sleigh turkey

sprouts

midnight wrap sugar

delight

sauce

9. Write a definition for each word. Use a dictionary to help. (a) enchanting

(b) festival

(c) reunion

ew

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Additional Activit ies

10. Complete the plurals. One is irregular!

(a) fairy

11. (a) Design a men u for Christmas dinner.

(b) turkey

(c) goose

(d) sugar

(e) stable

(f) festival

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Unit 8 List Words

Practise

Practise

ck

ic

T

D

track struck attack packet cricket

m pl e

clock chuckle socket chicken pocket freckle classic

sa

volcanic mimic sonic tonic terrific

in

electric

g

plastic

heroic

ew

upon eye

Synonyms

Missing Letters 2. Complete these list words.

(a) giggle

(a)

(b) wonderful

(c) atta

(c) copy

(e) so

(d) timeless

(g) pa

et

(h) hero

(e) path

(i) stru

(j) mim

(f) hen

(k) electr

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1. Write a list word with a similar meaning.

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y

(b) plast

(d) son

et

(f)

p

n

(l) clo

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Unit 8

ic

3. Use list words to solve the crossword.

1.

3.

Across

9. 12.

13. 17.

18.

19.

20.

The drink came in a bottle. A timepiece. Excellent, finest or remarkably typical. A path or road. Relating to or using sound waves. Tremendous, really good. The static might give you an shock. To impersonate, copy or imitate. 13. A paper or cardboard container. A small laugh.

Down

5. 6. 10. 11. 12.

a grass field using a bat and ball. These rocks were caused by a eruption. So as to be on. A domestic fowl. An organ of sight. Very brave. An electrical device receiving a plug.

20.

11.

12.

14.

15.

16.

17.

19.

g

10.

13. 14. 15. 16.

A pick-me-up. A small light brown spot on the skin. The past tense of ‘strike’. A small bag sewn into clothing.

ew

4.

8. 9.

18.

2. Assault. 3. A game played on

7.

in

4. 6.

m pl e

1. 7. 8.

5.

sa

Crossw ord

2.

Homonyms

4. Write two sentences for each word, showing their two meanings. (a) cricket 1.

(b) chicken 1.

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2.

2.

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ck

ic

Missing Words

List Words

track

5. Complete the sentences using the list or revision words.

struck

(a) The

attack

(b) The kick from the

(c) The firefighter tried to save the boy who had climbed the pylon and received an

cricket clock chuckle socket chicken pocket

boom.

caused a large the zookeeper’s back.

shock.

freckle classic

6. Complete the table. Nouns

sonic (a)

tonic

(b)

terrific

(c)

electric

(d)

heroic

(e)

upon

Adjectives electric

freckle

heroic

in

plastic

sa

mimic

Nouns and Adjectives

g

volcanic

on

m pl e

packet

eruption made a noise like a

volcanic

juice

Letters into Words

ew eye

Revision Words

argue

7. Write six list or revision words using the letters on the igloo.

drew

Vi

value

screw igloo

kangaroo juice

l

bruise

millimetre

r i

s

c

n m t

y o

e w

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ic

h c r a e S Word

8. Find the list and revision words in the word search. struck

attack

packet

cricket

clock

chuckle

socket

chicken

pocket

freckle

classic

volcanic

mimic

sonic

plastic

tonic

terrific

electric

heroic

upon

eye

argue

value

drew

screw

igloo

kangaroo

juice

bruise

m pl e

track

sa

millimetre centilitre Word Worm

it

m

c

es

cdha

m

in

glrlk

evtpr

ew

ig

cn web k

ni

palta

h

sr

tyib

c

p

ir gp

d

l

m

di

g

9. Cross out every second letter. The leftover letters will make four list or revision words.

onor

Compound Words

10. Add the correct list or revision word to make compound words.

(a) thunder

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(c)

(e) under

(g)

book driver

(b)

brow

(d)

wise

(f)

suit

(h) counter

Additional Activities

11. (a) Write the list words in reverse alp habetical ord

er.

(b) Write a paragraph including four rev ision words. (c) Order the list words according to the number of vowels in

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Unit 9

ow

List Words

Practise

o

Practise

oe

ough T

D

window follow borrow narrow shadow

m pl e

swallow unknown cargo zero domino bingo bravado

sa

tiptoe potatoes tomatoes oboe although

in

though

g

foe

dough

ew

proportion shuttle

Changing Words

Same Sound, Different Spelling 2. Use the correct sound pattern to complete the list words.

(a) shallow

(a) ob

(b) hero

(c) f

(c) binge

(e) tipt

(d) tough

(g) domin

(e) barrow

(i) zer

(f) hollow

(k) bravad

(l) tomat

(g) toe

(m) shad

(n) alth

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1. Change one letter in each word to make a list word.

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(b) narr

(d) d

(f) wind

(h) th

(j) unkn

n s

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o

oe

ough

Crossword

3. Use list words to solve the crossword.

3.

4.

3. To move or travel behind. 5. His was outlined on

5.

the ground behind him. Boldness intended to impress. 9. A quantity of something that is part of the whole amount or number. 11. Small, round and red and often eaten raw in salads. 15. Nothing. 16. However, but. 15. 19. Form of transport that travels between two places. 20. Opposite of ‘broad’ or ‘wide’. 21. Any of 28 small oblong pieces marked with dots. 22. A game where you mark off numbers from a card.

6.

14.

13.

17.

16.

18.

19.

20.

21.

1.

A pane of glass in a frame through which travels light. 2. Vegetables you can boil, roast or fry. 4. To take into the stomach. 7. Despite. 8. A slender woodwind instrument. 10. Enemy, opponent, rival.

g

12.

11.

10.

in

9.

sa

Down

8.

7.

6.

m pl e

2.

1.

Across

Unit 9

12. 13. 14. 17. 18.

22.

Walk quietly with one’s heels raised. A mixture of flour and liquid for baking bread. To loan or use temporarily. Not familiar. Goods carried on a ship, plane or lorry.

Homophones and Homonyms

ew

4. (a) Which list word is a homophone of ‘doe’?

(b) Write each word in a sentence to explain its meaning.

(c) The word ‘swallow’ is a homonym. Write a sentence to show each meaning.

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(i)

(ii)

Homophones are words that sound the same but have a different spelling and a different meaning. Homonyms are words that are spelt the same and have the same sound but have different meanings.

(i)

(ii)

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ow

List Words

window follow

oe

5. Make the words plural. Rule: To make words ending in ‘o’ plural, ‘es’ is usually added. For words ending in ‘oe’, just add ‘s’.

narrow

(a) foe

(b) cinema

(c) cargo

(d) tiptoe

cargo

(e) shuttle

zero

(g) oboe

unknown

m pl e

swallow

(f) cyclone (h) zero

domino

Adding Endings

bingo tiptoe

6. Add ‘ed’ or ‘ing’ to list or revision words to complete each sentence.

sa

bravado potatoes

(a) My brother is

tomatoes

(b) We saw a crocodile at the zoo a huge chunk of meat.

(c) Mum a book from the library to help me with my project.

(d) We the map carefully, but still managed to become lost!

oboe

dough

(e) By quietly across the room, we managed not to wake the baby.

ew

proportion

in

although though

law at university.

g

foe

ough

More Than One

borrow shadow

o

shuttle

Revision Words

since

7. Write the list words that contain these small words.

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certain

Small Words

circumference

(a) hut

calcium

(b) had

cinema

(c) toe

agency

(d) now

(e) row

(f) no

(g) go

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oe

Unit 9

ough

Word Search

8. Find the list and revision words in the word search. window

follow

borrow

narrow

shadow

swallow

unknown

m pl e

cargo

zero

domino

bingo

bravado

tiptoe

potatoes

tomatoes

foe

oboe

although

though

sa

proportion

since circumference

g

Nouns, Verbs and Adjectives

cinema

dough

shuttle

certain calcium agency

cyclone

cylinder

found

study

narrow

cinema

Nouns

Verbs

Adjectives

foe

ew

found

in

9. Sort these list and revision words under the following headings.

certain

follow

Vi

Word Challenge

10. Make as many words as you can from the letters in this word. circumference

Additional Ac tivities

11. (a) Make a list of jumbled words from the list and revision words. G ive it to a friend to unju mble. (b) Make a list of all the list or revision word s with two syllables. (c) Write d efinitions for six revision words.

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Unit 10

a–e

List Words

e–e

Practise

u–e

i–e

Practise

o–e

T

D

grape shape lemonade mistake cashmere

m pl e

complete these athlete flute accuse refuse amuse

sa

size mobile alive broke spoke

in

globe

g

divide

phone

ew

easy

fraction

Missing Letters

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1. Use vowels to complete the list words. sy

f

s

(a)

(e) gr

p

(f) c

shm

(i) ph

n

(j) fr

ct

(m)

l

v

(n) l

(b) r

m

(c) fl r

n

n

t

(d) d

v k

(g)

thl

t

(h) br

(k)

m

s

(l) c

d

mpl

t

d

Compound Words 2. Add the correct list word to make compound words.

(a)

(d) snow

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fruit

(b) ship

(c) head

(e) cap

(f) in

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e–e

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i–e

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o–e 2. 1.

5.

4.

3. Use list words to solve the crossword.

3.

7. 6.

8.

Across

m pl e

9.

10.

13.

11.

14.

12.

17.

16.

15.

sa

19.

18.

20.

ew

in

g

21.

Tenses

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Remember: When adding an ending that starts with a vowel to most words ending with ‘e’, the ‘e’ is dropped before adding the suffix.

Down

7. 8. 10.

11.

14.

15.

16.

18.

19.

20. 21.

An error. Short for ‘telephone’. Able to move freely or easily. A spherical or rounded object. The opposite of ‘dead’. A fine fabric made of soft wool. Opposite of ‘difficult’. The dimensions or quanity of something. Slang for having no money. Plural form of ‘this’. A musical wind instrument.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

To turn down, decline, say no to, reject. To entertain, cheer, please, charm, delight. A form, figure or outline as seen. To finish something. A part of a whole number. A sweetened drink made from lemon juice and water. 9. To separate into parts. 11. A fruit that grows on a vine and is used to make wine. 12. To claim that someone has done something wrong. 13. A sportsperson; e.g. a runner, a player. 17. Talked.

4. Complete the table, adding the suffixes and writing the correct tense. Verbs

(a) accuse

(b)

(c) refuse

(d) phone

(e)

Add ‘s'

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Unit 10 List Words

grape shape

a–e

e–e

u–e

5. Which list or revision word … (a) has ‘money’ in it?

mistake

(b) can you watch a film in?

cashmere

(c) often hangs above a baby’s cot?

complete

(d) is a continent?

these

(e) means a sportsperson?

athlete

Shape Sorter

flute

6. Write the word that fits in each shape.

refuse

(a)

(c)

mobile divide

Rhyming Words

broke

(d)

g

alive

(b)

sa

size

m pl e

amuse

spoke

7. Write list words that rhyme with these words.

globe

phone

(b) street

(c) ride

(d) cries

(e) reaction

(f) choke

(g) please

(h) strobe

(i) while

(j) loot

(k) confuse

(l) five

in

(a) tone

ew

easy fraction

Revision Words

aren't

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couldn't

o–e

Word Hunt

lemonade

accuse

i–e

Missing Words

wasn't who's

8. Complete the sentences by using list or revision words.

didn't

(a) My sister

(b) Dad

Europe

to his

great

holiday in

passer-by drive-in brother-in-law

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pass her

because she made a

exam .

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i–e

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o–e

Word Search 9. Find the list and revision words in the word search.

size divide

mobile

alive

broke

spoke

globe fraction

phone aren't

easy couldn't

wasn't passer-by

who's

didn't

sa

drive-in

brother-in-law great Europe

m pl e

shape lemonade grape mistake cashmere complete flute athlete these amuse refuse accuse

Antonyms

g

10. Write a list or revision word with an opposite meaning.

(b) bore

(c) sister-in-law

(d) difficult

(e) accept

(f) multiply

(a) ordinary

ew

in

Word Worm

11. Write the list or revision words hidden in the word worm.

Vi ul d co

t

glo

didn'tsizedivi

de

ete

b o ec m

n'

n mobile

pl

ctio fra

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12. (a) Write five silly sentences, using list words within the sentences. (b) Jumble eigh t revision words. Give to a frien d to unjumble. (c) Sort the list w ords according to the nu mber of vowels in each.

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oi

List Words

Practise

oy

Practise

T

uoy D

noise moist hoist choice voice

m pl e

invoice appoint asteroid enjoy decoy convoy boycott

sa

deploy royal employ annoy voyage

in

buoy

g

destroy

lifebuoy

ew

beginning coming

Letters into Words

Same Sound, Different Spelling

Vi

1. Use the correct sound pattern to complete the list words.

(a) lifeb

(c) destr

(e) ann

(g) m

(i) aster

(k) ch

ce

(l) b

(m) inv

ce

(n) r

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(b) n

age

(h) enj d

(j) depl cott al

m

y nt

(d) app (f) v

st

se

c

j

l

2. Write five list words using the letters on the lifebuoy.

g

o

s

n i

p

e

v

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oy

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uoy

Crossword

3. Use list words to solve the crossword.

Across

1.

To bring or move into position, often for military action. 7. Start. 8. To raise by means of ropes and pulleys or to haul up or raise. 9. An anchored float serving as a navigational mark. 10. Demolish, knock down, smash or ruin. 12. Option. 15. A small rocky body orbiting the sun or a star. 17. To assign a job to someone. 18. A long journey. 19. To hire someone to work in exchange for money.

5.

8.

9.

10.

11.

14.

17.

To take pleasure in. A life preserver designed to support a person who has fallen in the water. A group of ships or vehicles travelling together. The sounds made through the mouth.

in

4.

6. 7.

12.

13.

15.

16.

18.

19.

ew

2. 3.

4. 5.

g

Down

3.

m pl e

2.

sa

1.

6.

9.

10.

A bill, account or statement of charges. To stay away or avoid something usually as a protest. A person or thing used to mislead or lure someone into a trap.

11. 13.

Slightly damp, humid. Approaching or advancing. 14. Sound, din, clamour. 15. To irritate. 16. Of or relating to a king, queen or a member of their family.

Proofreading

Vi

4. Find the 12 mistakes and write them correctly on the lines. We have no choise but to employe more staf to acompany the royal convoy of yaghts on there long voyige to Astralia. They are going to injoy the selebrations at the beggining and end of the tripp.

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oi

oy

uoy

Missing Words

List Words

noise

5. Complete the sentences using the list or revision words.

moist

(a) Some scientists believe that an

hoist

(b) The captain’s

appoint

asteroid

(c) Let’s the circus as a protest. need to know how terrible it is to use animals like that.

decoy

(d) We need an

convoy

invoice

enjoy

boycott deploy

(a)

(c)

ew

in

lifebuoy

(b)

g

buoy

coming

Revision Words

agile

people

vegetable fuel

jewel tunnel

(d)

Nouns, Verbs and Adjectives

7. Sort these list and revision words under the correct headings.

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puzzle

up the tools and plaster

6. Write the word that fits in each shape.

voyage

beginning

.

person to climb to the top of

that chimney and to fix it.

destroy annoy

could be heard telling

someone to tie the boat to a

Shape Sorter

royal employ

Earth.

m pl e

voice

in diameter could

sa

choice

measuring over a

royal

people

voyage

annoy

employ

Nouns

moist

Verbs

agile

boycott buoy

Adjectives

novel kilogram kilometre 44

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uoy

Word Search 8. Find the list and revision wo rds in the word search. noise choice

voice asteroid

hoist invoice enjoy

m pl e

appoint

moist

decoy

deploy

destroy buoy

coming people

sa

jewel kilogram

Homophones

convoy royal

annoy

lifebuoy

agile vegetable

tunnel kilometre

boycott employ

voyage

beginning puzzle fuel

novel

(a) buoy

(b) boy

in

g

9. The words ‘buoy’ and ‘boy’ are homophones. Write a sentence for each to show their meanings.

Suffixes

ew

10. Add the suffixes ‘ed’, ‘ing’, ‘able’, ‘ment’ and ‘ery’ to make new words (if possible). Remember:

Vi

• When adding a suffix beginning with a vowel to most words ending with ‘e’, the ‘e’ is dropped before adding the suffix. • When a word ends with a single ‘l’, double the ‘l’ when a suffix beginning with a vowel is added.

(a) puzzle

(b) jewel

(c) appoint

(d) enjoy

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11. (a) Add suffixes to other list or revision words.

(b) Write five sentences using these new words.

(c) Write the list and revision words, showing the syllable breaks.

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Unit 12

ir

List Words

Practise

ur

er

Practise

ear

T

D

firmly thirsty virus confirm thirty

m pl e

urchin burst urban urgent further purpose burnt

sa

modern quarter remember earthquake heard

in

search

g

early

hearse

ew

sincerely library

Missing Letters

Adverbs

Vi

1. An adverb often describes a verb. Many adverbs end in ‘ly’. Change these words to adverbs.

Note: In the word ‘thirsty’ you will need to change the ‘y’ to i before adding ‘ly’.

(a) urgent

(b) thirsty

(c) firm

(d) purpose

(e) quarter

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2. Use the correct letters to complete the list words.

(b) b

nt

(d) th

ty

(a) librar

(c) h

se

(e) p

pose

(f)

(g) v

us

(h) quart

(i)

ly

(k)

gent

(m) s

ch

chin

m

(j) conf (l) b

st

(n) rememb

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ear

3. Use list words to solve the crossword.

Crosswo rd

1.

2.

3.

Across

8. 10.

12.

13.

16.

18.

19.

20. 21.

Down

4. 5. 6.

7.

10.

12.

16.

21 + 9 = The vehicle for carrying the coffin at a funeral. In addition to. A germ, infection, disease. The reason for which something is done. Vital, crucial, essential.

11.

13.

17.

18.

20.

9. 10. 11. 14. 15. 17.

14.

15.

19.

21.

A building/room where books etc. are kept. Honestly, truly, genuinely. Relating to a town or city. Recall, call to mind or to think of. Perceived sound or be told of something. A poor, dirty, ragged child.

ew

Mixed-up Sentences

6.

7.

9.

g

2. 3.

8.

in

5.

Split open, ruptured, cracked. Solidly in place. To try to find something carefully and thoroughly. The iron was too hot so I my shirt. A sudden violent shaking of the ground. Each of four equal parts. Dry and in need of water. Relating to the present or recent time. Verify or validate. Opposite of late.

m pl e

1.

sa

4.

4. Unjumble the sentences and rewrite them correctly. Circle the list words. (a) remember up I to get football. meet early in the morning to friends for must my

(b) fine.sincerely the are earthquake thirty be people I injured in the going to hope

(c) thirsty. has by been an who for urgent There child, request now, to search the will be hungry missing and

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ir

Word Hunt

ur

5. Which list or revision word(s) …

thirsty

(a) would you find at a funeral?

virus

(b) is the longest word?

(c) is the capital of Scotland?

(d) have the words ‘tie’ and ‘fit’ in them?

burst

urban

(e) has a part of your face in it?

urgent

(f) has the word ‘eat’ in it?

confirm thirty urchin

further purpose burnt

Antonyms

6. Write a list or revision word with the opposite meaning. (b) deceitfully

(a) loosely

quarter

(c) trivial

remember

(e) late

early

(g) fill in

(i) fasten

(j) underdone

(k) deny

(l)

hearse library

Revision Words

outline untie

in particular

7. Match the words to create compound words.

(a) earth •

(b) over

• ground

(c) out

• quake

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outfit

(h) below

Compound Words

ew

sincerely

(f) forget

g

search

(d) on top of

in

heard

sa

modern

earthquake

ear

m pl e

firmly

er

(d) under •

• head

• line

unaware overall

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ear

Word Search

8. Find the list and revision words in the word search. firmly

confirm

thirty

urban purpose

virus urchin urgent burnt

m pl e

burst further

thirsty

modern early

quarter earthquake

sa

heard

search sincerely

library

untie

outfit unaware

outline

Jumbled Words

remember

overall

hearse

overhead underneath undergro und Edinburgh London

g

9. Two words have been jumbled together. Can you unjumble them?

(a) totlirnefuureh

(b) eloeralharsev

(c) mirlbufrnty

(d) hononurdLcin

ew

in

Dictionary Definitions

Vi

10. Use a dictionary to write a definition of each word.

(a) confirm

(b) unaware

(c) purpose

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Unit 13 List Words

Practise

Practise

T

D

prayer

wellingtons season umbrella forgive

m pl e

seedlings shower

died gardener nurture shoots palms

sa

soldier crucify prune

religion celebrate

in

thunderstorm

g

weather

lightning

ew

eighth truly

Small Words

Vi

1. Write the list words that contain these small words.

50

(a) ate

(b) how

(c) run

(d) if

(e) old

(f) sea

(g) the

(h) see

(i) ray

(j) under

(k) for

(l) den

(m) we

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2. Use list words to solve the crossword.

3.

Spring, summer, autum n or winter. 4. Lost one’s life. 5. They went to ch urch to say a . 7. Gumboots. 8. The new growth or bu ds of a plant. 11. In a truthful, nuine way. 13. Belief in a goge d or gods. 16. Look after something carefully. 17. Baby plants. 7. 18. Put someone to deat h by nailing or binding them to a cross. 19. Has thunder an d lightning.

Down

8.

13.

in

ew

10.

11.

12.

14.

16.

17.

18.

19.

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6.

15.

g

5.

9.

1. Brief, light rainfall. 2. Looks after the garden. 5. Inner surfaces of your hands. 6. In a sequence. it is after seventh 7. The state of the atmosphere regarding temperature, rain, wind etc. 9. To show happ.iness at something . 10. Electrical flashsu n or m fro s ct te 12. Pro rain. ck. 14. To trim or cut ba se cu ex , on rd 15. To pa or absolve. 17. Serves in the army.

4.

m pl e

Crossword

3.

sa

1.

2.

Across

Unit 13

Proofreading

3. Circle the incorrect words and rewrite each sentence correctly below.

(a) As I said a preyer, I was truley sorry to see such a young soljer go to war.

(b) This seeson the gardiner tried to nurtoor the seadlings, but they dyed because of the frost.

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Unit 13 Secret Code

List Words

4. Use the secret code to find the list or revision words. a b d e g h

wellingtons

forgive seedlings

l

m n o p

r

s

t

u w

a b d e g h i l m n o p r s t u

season umbrella

i

the weather

This springtime

w

has been so awful. After a bad

m pl e

prayer

shower

thunderstorm

died

lightning

gardener

after another, a rainbow

nurture

appeared. Perhaps now I can take off my wellingtons

crucify prune

weather religion celebrate thunderstorm lightning

watch the large puddle

disappear.

Verbs to Nouns

truly

Revision Words

garden

and

in the garden

5. Complete the table, changing the verbs to nouns. Use a dictionary to help. p a Verbs Nouns i (a) nurture t m (b) died s l (c) crucify o e (d) celebrate n

ew

eighth

, put away the umbrella

sa

soldier

has finally

g

palms

and one shower

in

shoots

and frightening

Letters into Words

u

r

6. Write four list or revision words using the letters on the wellingtons.

flowers

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puddle

Secret Words

foal

crown

rainbow springtime worship point letter 52

7. Find the secret words.

(a) Change ‘cr’ to ‘gr’ in ‘crown’.

(b) Change ‘wor’ to ‘flag’ in ‘worship’.

(c) Change ‘rain’ to ‘el’ in ‘rainbow’.

(d) Change ‘umbr’ to ‘pa’ in ‘umbrella’.

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w

a s e a s o n m h t q i o e g r t w g e s e t e w e

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g

p k m h e o y m s m h g j l t g r l u

c s m n r e a r t k i n d y i a f t

w s n

in

g

sa

m pl e

8. Find the list and revision words in the word search. wellingtons prayer c umbrella season t f seedlings forgive h r h d ie d er show o k u z e ur rt nu l s gardener s lm pa y g shoots g n crucify soldier a o weather prune r i celebrate religion d d g ing tn gh li m or st er thund b e e i y ul tr w s i n l eighth puddle d e e garden w k r foal flowers r p h rainbow crown s e g orship w e m ti ng ri sp r t u letter point q r b

g a r d e n e r o u e l d d u p l z i t b n c s z

e p o i n t i l f u a n t w s k i a n a k e i e r a

s h o w e r l r g e j c l d t o n a g e s c w n l e e

Homophones

p

i

e

l a o f p i s l t j r

p l i r o e l l e i u

d r e n m r c d g c n

q u a r b k g r e w a

z y g y b o e i o e e

i k x e m w z v w s

p h e r u x a e n

ew

9. The words ‘died’ and ‘dyed’ are homophones. Write a sentence for each word showing their meanings.

(a) died

(b) dyed

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10. Make as many words as you can from the letters in this word. thunderstorm

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Unit 14

pre

List Words

Practise

micro

en

Practise

ment T

D

prefix

prevent precise prepare predict

m pl e

microchip microscope microphone microfilm microbe barren woollen

sa

wooden lengthen strengthen treatment department

in

excitement

g

amazement

agreement

ew

escape none

Small Words

Missing Letters 2. Complete these list words by adding the correct prefix or suffix.

(a) cap

(a)

(b) crop

(c) depart

(c) part

(e)

scope (f)

cise

(d) rob

(g)

phone (h)

pare

(e) fix

(i) treat

(f) red

(k) excite

(g) one

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1. Write the list words that contain these small words.

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chip

(b) length

(d) wood

(j) strength

(l)

dict

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micro

en

Crossword

3. Use list words to solve the crossword.

Across

3.

A micro-organism, especially one causing a disease. 5. To make or become stronger. 8. To get away, run away, break free. 10. It carries electronic circuits for a computer. 11. Astonishment, surprise, wonder. 12. Action, conduct, medical care. 16. Exact, actual. 17. Put a stop to or to avert. 19. State that something will happen in the future. 20. Made of wool. 21. Infertile, sterile, unproductive.

7.

10.

11.

15.

13.

12.

2.

3. 4.

6.

20.

19.

Animation, elation, enthusiasm. It magnifies very small objects so they can be seen. One’s voice becomes louder when you speak into a . Letter or letters added to the front of a word to make a new word. Not any, no-one.

ew

18.

g

14.

17.

16.

in

1.

9.

8.

Down

6.

5.

m pl e

2.

1.

4.

3.

sa

Unit 14

ment

7. 9. 13. 14. 15. 18.

21.

Section, division, branch, segment. Get or make ready, arrange. We all voted ‘yes’ so we were in total . A film in which the contents have been greatly reduced in size. Make or become longer. Made of wood.

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prefixes and Suffixes 4. Write the correct prefix or suffix next to its meaning. Write two list words as examples. Prefix/Suffix

Meaning

(a)

to make, made of

(b)

before

(c)

resulting state/action

(d)

very small

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micro

en

Adding Endings

List Words

precise

(a) engage

prepare

(b) prefix

predict

(c) lonely

microchip

(d) strengthen

(e) predict

(f) kind

microscope microphone microfilm microbe barren woollen wooden

Base Words 6. Write the base word.

(a) cleanliness

strengthen

(b) treatment

amazement

(c) lovely

treatment

(d) lengthen

department

(e) microfilm

agreement

g

(f) agreement

(g) breathless

(h) woollen

(i) quietly

(j) wooden

How strange! Did you notice that the ‘l’ is doubled in ‘woollen’ before ‘en’ is added but the ‘d’ is not doubled in ‘wooden'?

ew

escape

in

excitement

sa

lengthen

m pl e

prevent

5. Add ‘s’, ‘es’, ‘ed’, ‘ion’, ‘ment’, or ‘ness’ to make as many new words as possible.

prefix

none

Revision Words

careless

ment

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breathless

Antonyms

cleanliness happiness business

7. Write a list or revision word with an opposite meaning.

(a) loudly

(b) shorten

lonely

(c) permit

(d) some

quietly

(e) sadness

(f) boredom

kind

(g) fertile

(h) cruel

engage

(i) vague

(j) weaken

lovely

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micro

en

Word Search

8. Find the list and revision words in the word search.

m pl e

prevent prepare microchip microphone microbe woollen lengthen amazement department agreement none breathless happiness lovely quietly engage

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sa

prefix precise predict microscope microfilm barren wooden strengthen treatment excitement escape careless cleanliness business lonely kind

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g

Nouns, Verbs and Adjectives

9. Sort these words under the correct headings. (a) Nouns

(b) Verbs

(c) Adjectives

ew

in

microchip lovely department engage escape kind lengthen prefix precise Word Worm

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10. Find three list or revision words written backwards in the word worm.

t

b

p

n

i s u

n

e v e

r

e n o n s s

e

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Unit 15 List Words

Practise

Practise

gh

ph

T

D

rough cough tough laugh enough

m pl e

trough draught roughcast paragraph graph photograph orphan

sa

nephew atmosphere elephant autograph alphabet

in

dolphin

g

phrase

phobia

ew

August

November

Missing Letters

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1. Complete the list words.

(c)

(g) ne

(k) paragra

gust

ew

(d) ele

ant

(e)

ere (i) rou

(h) atmos (l) cou

(b)

obia

tograph (f)

rase

(a) enou

(m) al

cast abet

(j) lau (n) drau

t

Word Challenge 2. Make as many words as you can from the letters in this word.

atmosphere

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Unit 15

d Crosswor 2.

3. Use list words to solve the crossword.

s Acros

3.

4.

1.

6.

5. 9. 8.

m pl e

7.

12.

13.

11.

10.

15.

16.

sa

17.

18.

19.

20.

g

A marine animal 1. hale. related to the w en. Not smooth or ev 4. of th on m The 11th 5. the year. , Chuckle, giggle 6. snigger. A celebrity’s 7. n for signature writte 14. r. ire an adm r he Son of one’s brot 10. or sister. A child whose . 12 ad. parents are de s se ga Mass of 14. anet surrounding a pl ood. m or ne or the to n of a A distinct sectio 15. piece of writing. e Expel air from th 16. en dd su a ith lungs w d. un sharp so A to Z. The letters from . 17 m. Strong, sturdy, fir 18. e, lim of r te 20. A plas avel cement and gr walls. e id ts ou used on any As much or as m 21. or as is necessar y . le desirab

21.

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ew

in

Down

Homophones

mething. drink out of. nal fear of so tio a irr r o e als to eat or m im re n xt a e r n fo A r e in 2. open conta Long narrow mera. a c 3. a ith w made re tu ic p A ars. 8. s and large e t of cold air. sk n tu e rr ry u o c iv A k, n 9. ith a long tru ning. A mammal w have a mea to d 11. e d n te rds in Group of wo 13. of the year. th n o m The 8th 14. or diagram. A grid, chart 19.

Homophones are words that sound the same but have different spellings and meanings.

4. The words ‘rough’ and ‘ruff’ are homophones, as are ‘draught’ and ‘draft'. Write a sentence for each.

(a) rough

(b) ruff

(c) draught

(d) draft

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ph

Proofreading

List Words

rough

gh

5. Circle the incorrect words and rewrite each sentence below correctly.

tough

(a) It was so dificalt for the elefant calf when he became an orfin.

enough

trough

(b) We had such a laf at the fotograf of her nefew in roam.

graph

photograph

(c) Not enuf is being done to prevent pollution of the atmosfere.

nephew

atmosphere

roughcast paragraph

orphan

phrase autograph alphabet dolphin phobia

6. Write four list or revision words using the letters on the elephant.

November

Revision Words

adopt

s

g h

b

i l u

t

Vi

except

d

a

ew

August

Letters into Words

g

elephant

in

draught

sa

laugh

m pl e

cough

built

adult

difficult

7. Which list or revision word(s) …

craft

(a) can you add ‘age’ to?

swift

(b) is something that contains water?

left

(c) are mammals?

(d) has twenty-six letters in it?

(e) is a homophone for ‘roam’?

Rome Paris 60

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ph

Word Search

Magic Words

sa

cough laugh trough roughcast graph orphan atmosphere phrase alphabet phobia November except adult craft left Paris

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m pl e

8. Find these list and revision words in the word search. rough tough enough draught paragraph photograph nephew elephant autograph dolphin August adopt built difficult swift Rome

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suck

in

g

9. Change the first word into the last word by changing one letter on each line to make a new word.

luck

lock

look share

(a) swift

ew

For example: duck

(b) left

give

(c) Rome

file

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Adding Endings

10. Add ‘ic’ or ‘ness’ to these list words to make new words. Use a dictionary.

Additional Activities

(a) phobia

11. (a) Write a list of mam mals.

(b) tough

(c) photograph

(b) Write sentences using five of your new words.

(d) rough

(e) graph

(c) Write a list of animal s that are not mammals.

(f) atmosphere

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Unit 16

y

List Words

Practise

ey

Practise

i

uay

T

D

lottery robbery mystery ability academy

m pl e

bravery cavity monkey honey money trolley journey

sa

macaroni confetti bikini taxi spaghetti

in

khaki

g

ski

quay

ew

frighten close

Homophones

Vi

1. The words ‘quay’ and ‘key’ are homophones. Draw a picture and give a meaning for each.

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Antonyms 2. Write a list or revision word with an opposite meaning.

(a) open

(b) cowardice

(c) divorced

(d) reassure

(e) inability

(f) idle

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i

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uay

d r o w s s o r C

3. Use list words to solve the crossword.

Across

2.

1. 2.

3.

6.

5.

Vi

More Than One

m pl e

9. 8.

7.

A fabric, used es pecially in the militar y. To end, finish or shut or a short distance aw ay or near. Small pieces of coloured paper, usually th rown at a wedding.

ew

4.

3.

10.

12.

11.

14.

13.

15.

16.

17.

sa

19.

18.

20.

21.

22.

in

Down

1.

g

a formed A variety of past 5. bes. tu w in small, narro ed A large wheel 6. ed for metal basket us s. od go transporting ily av he g It was snowin 7. wn do so he had to . kly ic qu n the mountai . id ra af be To cause to 8. , ng lo in Pasta formed 11. solid strings. do The capacity to 13. , nt le something, ta . se skill or experti for A motor vehicle 17. ng yi pa transporting . passengers e An empty spac 18. ject. ob within a solid s, ro Cash as in eu 19. rs. pounds or dolla t, ef 20. Burglary, th y. stealing, larcen , ism ro Courage, he 21. g. rin boldness, da -sized primate 22. A medium es. which lives in tre

n. orn by wome ce swimsuit w ie -p m flowers. o fro tw s e A 4. de by be a m id flu ky ic l field. A sweet, st 9. ing in a specia in tra r o y ud st A place of 10. n or tour. a prize. dition, excursio e xp e , ket could win ip tic Tr ur yo 12. re he water. nce w cting into the je A game of cha ro p r o 14. e sid g along A platform lyin m or a riddle. 15. solved proble un n a , zle uz p A 16.

Rules: Words ending with ‘y’, change the ‘y’ to ‘i’ and add ‘es’. Words ending with ‘ay’, ‘ey’, and ‘i’ just add ‘s’.

4. Make the words plural.

(a) journey

(b) lottery

(c) mystery

(d) ski

(e) trolley

(f) ability

(g) taxi

(h) robbery

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ey

(b) car

(c) ten

(d) our

academy

(e) key

(f) in

bravery

(g) be

cavity

(h) my

monkey

(i) one

honey

(j) it

m pl e

(a) he

ability

money trolley macaroni

Missing Words

6. Complete the sentences using the list or revision words.

sa

journey

(a) The soldiers were uniforms.

ski

(b) It’s a

taxi

(c) The dentist will

spaghetti

the

khaki

(d) We and groom.

(e) We hired a

quay

ew

frighten close

Revision Words

(f) Those awful

happily easily

worried

.

solve the problem with

in my tooth.

threw

over the bride for the short journey to the

to board our ship. tried to take my

Word Hunt

Vi

angrily

with

who committed the

in

bikini

g

confetti

7. Write the list or revision words where …

(a) ‘o’ makes an ‘u’ sound.

supplied

bullies

(b) ‘u’ makes an ‘i’ sound.

parties

(c) there is a silent ‘h’.

litre

(d) there is a double ‘r’.

busy

(e) ‘y’ makes an ‘i’ sound.

married

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uay

5. Write the list words that contain these small words.

mystery

i

Small Words

List Words

lottery

y

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Word Search

8. Find the list and revision words in the word search.

a b e h

i

k

l

sa

m pl e

h p a i c o n f e t t i n w y y u f s e k g y er bb ro f y er i tt lo v e t y d n l f ty ili v ab r k l r c h s v n mystery c o i l y h er av br j y o y e em u r n e acad r i m y o z a m monkey a d e i cavity i t i g c r r o w money t r a h b honey c y w y s g h l l i p p a journey trolley h a w c e c y a t x y l f confetti o z i x b macaroni y y c l a i i sk m j u e t p s k b bikini i r d n a i tt r he ag l sp t d l n t y s a f taxi l e e y n quay e o t e o khaki m e g e h a i b close i c a v v r e k p frighten i t y m r t b l d n angrily happily h a o t h n y o n e y o worried y p a g o b easily r g r d l g lie pp i t r e su o r p a married r t i e b s ie s rt y pa c a b t t e m u b i bullies k i n i h sy bu s a re u l j t lit p s p l g f q i q e v u s s y s s p o n e n o m j z y h z s q m a Secret Code i m s q r r i e d b u l l i e s e 9. Use the secret code to find the list or revision word. n o

r

s

t

u y

(d)

(b)

(e)

in

(a)

7 5 12 10 3

6 4 1 6 5

ew

g

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

(c)

3 1 11 5 7 14 2 13 11 14

2 5 6 5 8 5

(f)

4 9 8 3 14

Compound Words

10. Add the correct list or revision word to make new compound words. (a)

body

(b)

side

(c)

down

(d)

dew

(e)

mobile

(f)

lender

(g)

meter

(h)

bus

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11. (a) Write th e list and revisio n words beginnin g with ‘m’ in alphabetical order. (b) Sort the list and revision words accordin g to their number of sylla bles. (c) Write a paragraph about somethin g that frightens you. G et an adult or teache r to check your spe lling.

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Unit 17

al

List Words

Practise

ish

age

Practise

T

ship D

signal removal arrival musical festival

m pl e

electrical personal abolish astonish nourish foolish childish

sa

breakage wastage postage hardship friendship

in

championship

g

drainage

membership

ew

ninety

hundred

Adding Endings

Vi

1. Use the correct suffix to complete the list words.

(a) festiv

(c) post

(e) arriv

(g) abol

(h) champion

(i) drain

(j) remov

(k) nour

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(b) member

(d) aston

(f) person

Base Words 2. Write the base word.

(a) signal

(b) friendship

(c) ninety

(d) foolish

(e) musical

(f) wastage

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ship

Crossword

3. Use list words to solve the crossword.

3.

5. 6.

7.

8.

10.

14. 17.

18.

19.

Result of an object being damaged and separated into pieces. Amaze, astound, surprise. Three times thirty. Money spent sending mail. The act of taking something away. Immature, silly, juvenile, irresponsible. The coming, appearance or entrance. A tenth of a thousand. A day or period of celebration. To do away with, put an end to, stop. A relationship between two or more people 17. who are fond of each other.

Down 2.

4. 5.

6.

8.

7.

9.

8.

10.

Vi

Suffixes

11.

12.

15.

14.

13.

Concerned with, operating by or producing power. A sign, indicator, cue or indication. To feed, provide for, take care of, bring up. Affecting or belonging to a particular person. A sporting contest for the position of champion.

ew

6. 5.

16.

18.

g

1.

in

1.

sa

Across

4. 3.

2.

m pl e

al

19.

9. 11. 12. 13. 15. 16.

Severe suffering, deprivation, poverty, misfortune. The state or condition of belonging to a group. The loss and misuse of something. Sounding pleasant and melodious. A system of pipes, drains or ditches used as an outflow for water. Silly, absurd, laughable.

4. Write the correct suffix next to its meaning. Write two list words as examples. Suffix

Meaning

(a)

having the nature of

(b)

belonging/relating to

(c)

a collection of

(d)

a state of being

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ish

age

ship

Mixed-up Sentences

List Words

signal

al

5. Unjumble the sentences and write them below. (a) of lights lots days. of traffic the over signal removal the next few The jams

electrical

(b) to a the massive electrical It’s to going chore fault. find be

personal

(c) to will door. astonish you is to It walk through see the who about

foolish

childish

abolish astonish nourish

breakage

Proofreading

wastage postage drainage hardship friendship championship

6. Circle the incorrect words and rewrite them correctly in the spaces.

(a) More than one hundrid thousand people attended the musicle festeval in Swizerland.

ninety

hundred

Revision Words

explore

   

(b) The athlete ran a pursonal best time when he came forth in the champonship in Italie.

ew

membership

g

festival

in

musical

sa

arrival

m pl e

Secret Words

Vi

chore poor

door

7. Find the secret words.

(a) Change ‘dr’ to ‘t’ in ‘hundred’.

(b) Change ‘y’ to ‘ian’ in ‘Italy’.

pour

(c) Change ‘ex’ to ‘im’ in ‘explore’.

fourth

(d) Change ‘sh’ to ‘tion’ in ‘abolish’.

Italy

(e) Change the first ‘r’ to ‘s’ in ‘roar’.

Switzerland

(f)

boarder roar

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ship

Word Search 8. Find the list and revision wo rds in the word search. signal musical

arrival

festival

electrical

abolish

astonish

m pl e

personal

removal

nourish

breakage drainage

foolish

wastage

hardship

championship membership hundred explore poor

sa

roar

Italy

Synonyms

childish

postage

friendship

door

pour

Switzerland

ninety chore

boarder fourth

(a) eliminate

(c) immature

(e) cultivate

in

g

9. Write a list or revision word with a similar meaning.

(b) task

(d) amaze

(f) stupid

ew

Adding Endings

10. Add a suffix to each word and write a sentence using the new word. (a) explore

Vi

(b) foolish

(c) signal

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11. (a) Write five more ‘-ship’ words.

(b) Write a sentence containing three ‘-al’ words.

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Unit 18 List Words

Practise

Practise

T

D

octopus squid shark whale snorkel

m pl e

pilot suitcase customs ocean scuba fishing pier

sa

depth lighthouse smuggler security sunglasses

in

oxygen

g

coastguard

swimsuit

ew

Australia Greece

Small Words

1. Write the list words that contain these small words. (b) top

Vi

(a) it

(c) mug

(f) as

(d) shin

(e) or

Compound Words

2. Make new compound words by adding the word ‘sun’, ‘coast’ or ‘light’ to these words. line

(a) weight (d)

beam set

(b)

(e)

bathe

(f) high

(g)

burn

(h)

block

(i) day

(j)

light

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Holida ys

3. Use list words to solve the crossword.

Crossword

Across 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 15. 16.

17.

A colourless gas in the air. In charge of an aircraft. Country whose capital is Athens. The distance downwards or inwards. Used for bait and eating. The Atlantic, Pacific, Indian, Arctic or Antarctic. Collectors of duties payable on goods. Protects your eyes. Self-contained underwater 6. breathing apparatus. Country whose capital is Canberra.

3.

2.

5.

m pl e

1.

4.

8.

10.

7.

9.

12.

sa

11.

14.

13.

Down

in

16.

g

15.

ew

17.

1. 2. 3.

4.

5.

Mixed-up Sentences

A coastal police force. Warns ships of danger. A person who imports or exports illegally. Sea creature with eight tentacles. Catching fish with a net or hook and line.

6.

9.

12.

13. 14.

15.

16.

A jetty, wharf or dock. Tube for breathing while underwater. Travelling bag for carrying clothes. Swimming costume. Large marine mammal. Precautions taken to protect a place or person. A hammerhead is one.

Vi

4. Unjumble the sentences.

(a) ship’s followed the reach the beam The from port. the lighthouse pilot to security the of

(b) sure can you pack explore Australia. a Barrier swimsuit and Reef Make snorkel I so the Great in

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Unit 18 Secret Code

List Words

octopus

5. Use the secret code to find the list or revision words.

squid

a b c d e

shark

f

g h

i

k

l m n o p q r

s

t

u w

a b c d e F g h i k l m n o p q r s t u w

whale snorkel

The strange man from moscow

pilot

smuggler

suitcase

customs

when he was caught by the coastguard

He used his scuba

diamonds while pretending to be Fishing

fishing

made a terrible racket

pier

for squid

depth

Shape Sorter

smuggler coastguard

(a)

sunglasses (b)

(c)

ew

Australia

.

in

swimsuit

and octopus

6. Write the word that fits in each shape.

security oxygen

gear to bring in

g

lighthouse

m pl e

scuba

, staying at the castle

sa

ocean

,a

Greece

Revision Words

circus

Letters into Words

Vi

umbrella

(d)

charcoal steak

barbecue jeans castle racket Moscow Berlin

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7. Write five list or revision words using the letters on the suitcase.

h s

e

t

o k

a

n r

l c

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Unit 18

Holida ys

8. Find the list and revision words in the word search.

security

barbecue

Moscow a

scub

circus

racket

fishing

uard

Greece

pilot

castle

Berlin

lighthouse

sunglasses

coastg

swimsuit

m pl e

depth charcoal

ocean

snorkel

octopus

Word Search

jeans

sa

whale

umbrella

Australi

a

squid

g

shark

suitcas

e

custom

in

s

oxygen

pier

Homophones

r

smuggle

steak

ew

9. The words ‘pier’ and ‘peer’ are homophones. Write a sentence with each word to show their meanings. (a) pier

(b) peer

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Word Worm

Additional Ac tivities

10. Choose every third letter and then rearrange them to make a list word.

11. (a) Write a list of places to go to on holida y.

s

i g h et ok b c a m r f w

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Difficult Words I Have Found Practise

Practise

Practise

Vi

ew

in

g

sa

m pl e

Word

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Bb

Cc

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in

g

sa

Aa

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Dd

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Hh

Ii

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in

g

sa

Gg

Vi

Jj

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Ll

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Oo

m pl e

Nn

g

sa

Mm

Qq

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Vv

Uu

g

sa

m pl e

Tt

Xx

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in

Ww Yy

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