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Introduction

Welcome to My Spelling Workbook and CD. This book and CD have lots of activities to help you learn to spell. You should follow this method when you are learning to spell each word. LLook Lo ook

List Words

Practise

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visitor doctor

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error

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sailor spectator

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water number lower

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sister better

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eleven opened broken

suddenly lesson reason

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person poison cotton

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Contents Unit 1 or, er, en, on ................................................. 2–5

Unit 11 le, el ....................................................... 42–45

Unit 2 f, lf, fe, irregular plurals ................................ 6–9

Unit 12 Prefixes: -out, -un, -over, -under .......... 46–49

Unit 3 Silent Letters............................................ 10–13

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

Unit 4 air, are...................................................... 14–17

Unit 14 Suffixes: -less, -ness, -ly .......................... 54–57

Unit 5 Short e sound, ea ................................... 18–21

Unit 15 pt, lt, ft .................................................... 58–61

Unit 6 Suffixes: -er, -est, -iest .............................. 22–25

Unit 16 Suffixes: -y words .................................. 62–65

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

Unit 17 ore, oor, oar, our.................................... 66–69

Unit 8 ue, ew, oo, ui ........................................... 30–33

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

Unit 9 ce, ci, cy .................................................. 34–37

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

Unit 10 Contractions, Hyphenated Words ..... 38–41

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

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Unit 1

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List Words

Practise

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visitor doctor error sailor spectator water number lower sister

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better eleven

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opened broken hidden

reason person poison

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Antonyms 1. Find a list word with an opposite meaning.

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Missing Letters 2. Use ‘er’ or ‘en’ or ‘on’ to complete the list words.

(a) comes

(a) elev

(b) closed

(b) less

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Crossword

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Good, , best. A mistake. Smashed or destroyed. A material or thread. A human being. A caller or guest. every Saturday. I have a tennis To understand something written. Quickly. A person who watches a show or game.

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Base Words A base word is a word in its simplest form. A base word has nothing added to it; e.g. do, heat, write, read, pack.

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Unit 1 visitor doctor error

5. Complete the sentences using the list or revision words. (a) My older

is

at spelling than I am. (b) You

water number

go to the

when you are ill. (c) The

watched the tragic

lower sister better

made by the racing driver. (d) He had to

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(a) Put ‘t’ in front of ‘error’.

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6. Find the secret words.

(b) Take ‘ch’ off ‘chew’ and put in ‘cr’. (c) Take ‘c’ off ‘clue’ and put in ‘g’.

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(b) have the sound ‘oo’?

(c) is an uneven number?

(d) have three letters?

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10. Change one letter in each word to make a list or revision word. (a) wore (b) tower (c) glue (d) season (e) crew (f) wafer

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Unit 2

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List Words

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1. These words are irregular plurals. Write the singular of these words. (a) feet (b) geese (c) teeth (d) children (e) oxen (f) women

All Mixed Up 2. Unjumble the list words (a) faes (b) galer (c) efeb (d) sode (e) cied (f) olgf (g) hlefs

(g) dice

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Unit 2

irregular plurals

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Down 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 11. 14. 15. 16.

Big. Plural of a small cube with numbers 1 to 6. Flesh of a cow used for food. . I do, we do and he A sport using a club and small ball. Free from danger or risk. It keeps your neck warm. A horse’s foot. Plural of tooth. A young cow. . Man is to husband as woman is to

More Than One Rule: 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’. 4. Make these words plural. (a) wife

(b) scarf

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Unit 2 List Words hoof leaf beef

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scarf elf golf wolf

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7. Find a list or revision word with the opposite meaning. (a) back (b) husband (c) hate (d) dangerous

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(e) death

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(f) adults

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Word Search 8. Find the list and revision words in the word search. hoof beef elf wolf half safe life geese children feet does oven Monday front shock women

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Unit 2

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Unit 3

Silent Letters

List Words

Practise

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1. Write the list words next to the correct headings. (a) Silent ‘t’

(b) Silent ‘k’

(c) Silent ‘l’

(d) Silent ‘n’

(e) Silent ‘h’

(f) Silent ‘u’

(g) Silent ‘w’

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Unit 3

Silent Letters 1.

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Crossword

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Adding Endings

3. Finish the table by adding the suffixes ‘s’ and ‘ing’ and writing the past tense. The words with an asterisk * have a special rule to remember. Verb

Add ‘s’

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listens

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Past tense

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built

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rhyming

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rhyme

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calm

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listen

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thistle

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condemn autumn pretty

Word Whistle

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Unit 3

Silent Letters w h

knuckle rhyme loch wreath palm listen condemn animal supply tried

knit yoghurt build wrist calm thistle autumn alive apply high while

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Missing Words 9. Complete the sentences using the list or revision words.

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Unit 4

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fair stair chair hairy airy dairy pair repair despair pushchair

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Missing Letters

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Homophones Homophones are words that sound the same but have a different spelling and a different meaning; e.g. to, two and too. ‘I go to school’; ‘We have two cars’; ‘Sam was too hot’. 4. Write the correct homophone from the list words to complete the sentences. (a) It is bad manners to (b) When I stepped on the

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Synonyms 5. Write list or revision words with similar meanings. (a) uncommon (b) faint (c) challenge (d) fright (e) tumbler (f) concern (g) fix (h) misery

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Word Hunt

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7. Which list or revision word(s) …

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(b) has a sound that suggests the meaning of the word?

staff

(c) is a compound word?

stuff

(d) refer to ‘time’?

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ew

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

repair smell

Add ‘s’

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Add ‘ing’

Past tense

smelt or

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Unit 5

Short e sound

List Words

Practise

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head breakfast deaf steady bread deadly lead tread instead ahead

pl e

heavy thread

Sa m

threat breath earn breadth earl

in g

pearl death world

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clean

ew

earth

All Mixed Up

1. Unjumble the list words. (a) rbtahe

Word Challenge 2. Make as many words as you can from the word in the box. You can rearrange the letters.

(b) daeha (c) srakfateb

breakfast

(d) tareth (e) rowdl (f) near

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Unit 5

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Crossword

2.

3.

4.

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5.

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pl e

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Food baked from flour, water and yeast. Obtain money in return for work. The substance of the land surface. softly so as not to wake the baby! Without hearing. The distance between two sides. A lord. . To sew you need a needle and Able to cause death. Opposite of dirty. Your neck supports this.

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Shape Sorter

Down 1. 2. 3. 4. 7. 8. 11. 12. 13. 14. 18.

The air you take in and breathe out. Firmly fixed or balanced. All of the people on the earth. In place of something. to move. The table is too Opposite of birth. It is found in the shell of an oyster. First meal of the day. Further forward in space or time. A statement intended to cause damage. A soft, grey, heavy metal.

ite e th the he list word tha that fits in each shape. 4. Write (a))

(b)

(c))

(d))

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Unit 5 head breakfast deaf steady

5. Complete the sentences using the list or revision words. (a) Measure the centimetres.

of your desk in

bread

(b) Please serve the

deadly

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lead tread instead

(d) The old .

(e) The man was bitten on the snake.

breath earn breadth

world clean Revision Words

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6. Write these list and revision words in alphabetical order. thread

ew

earth

Alphabetical Order

pearl

eagle

instead

bottle

ankle

head

middle

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death

by a

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threat

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was

pipes we lifted were very

heavy

earl

guests their

(c) The of the announced in church.

ahead thread

ea

Missing Words

pl e

List Words

Short e sound

riddle ankle eagle bottle little middle

7. Write the list or revision word that matches each meaning. (a) Earth and everything on it. (b) Word puzzle.

single

(c) Long, thin stick of graphite in a pencil.

rectangle

(d) Make money by working.

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Syllable Match

10. Match the syllables to make a list or revision word. (a) in

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(b) bot

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(c) mid

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(d) break

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Unit 6

Suffixes – er, est, iest

List Words

Practise

Practise

T

D

hotter kinder colder stronger weaker meaner taller greatest smallest softest

pl e

darkest thickest

Sa m

hardest lightest thinnest cheeriest

tiniest angriest learn

Comparatives

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America

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bossiest

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bounciest

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kinder

(c)

lightest

(d)

bounciest

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Suffixes – er, est, iest

Crossword

1.

2.

3.

2. Use list words to solve the crossword.

4.

5.

6.

7.

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9.

10.

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17.

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Largest. The most firm. To gain knowledge. . Small, smaller, The most furious. His illness made him every day. The most bumpy. He is five centimetres than I. The opposite of hardest. Warmer. The most slim or most lean.

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Sa m

18.

2. 3. 4. 5. 8.

11. Weighing the least. 12. The smallest. 14. The widest, the broadest or the deepest. 16. More generous. 17. The most domineering.

It is in Iceland because of the snow. USA. More stingy. colour. Black is the More powerful. Happiest.

Look at this wo signal rd:

Base Words A base word is a word in its simplest form.

The ba se wo this is s rd for ign.

3. Find the base word for the following words. (a) hotter

(b) tiniest

(c) weaker

(d) bossiest

(e) lightest

(f) cheeriest

(g) darkest

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Unit 6

Suffixes – er, est, iest

List words

colder

4. Add ‘er’, ‘est’ or ‘iest’ to each word in brackets to complete the sentence.

stronger

(a) (lively) The back kitten was the in the litter.

weaker meaner taller greatest smallest softest

hardest lightest thinnest

as we

(c) (boss) Who is the yours or mine?

manager;

(d) (light) Which is the the balloon, feather or rock?

darkest thickest

(b) (cold) It became climbed up the mountain.

Word Tail

5. Cross out every second letter. The leftover letters will make three list or revision words.

cheeriest

angriest learn America

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Word Hunt

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bounciest

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kinder

Missing Letters

Sa m

hotter

6. Which list or revision word(s) …

Revision words

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(a) is an anagram of ‘parts’? (b) start with the letters ‘str’?

strap

(c) contains the word ‘ear’?

straw

(d) start with a vowel?

spray sprout sprain screen scream

Word Challenge 7. Make as many words as you can from the word in the box. You can rearrange the letters.

scrape live

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Suffixes – er, est, iest

Word Search

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9. Write these list and revision words in alphabetical order.

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Unit 7

Christmas

List Words

Practise

Practise

T

D

snow gift family chimney tinsel snowman party winter elves

pl e

candles frost angel

Sa m

stable concert reindeer

in g

birth jingle

holy jolly

Vi

ours

ew

crowds

theirs

Singular and Plural

Small Words

1. Complete the table. Singular

Plural

(a) theirs

(a)

crowds

(b) chimney

(b)

elves

(c) concert

(c) party

(d) gift

(d) family

(e) reindeer

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2. Find small words in these list words.

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Christmas

Crossword 3. Use list words to solve the crossword.

Across

2.

2. 4. 5. 8. 10. 11. 13. 17. 18.

4.

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3.

Sa m

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1.

Shape Sorter 5. Write the word that fits in each shape. ape.

Letters into Words 4. Write three list words using the letters on the Christmas stocking. (Letters can be used more than once.)

t, o, v, f, e, l, r, s, i, n

(a)

(b)

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Unit 7 List words snow gift family chimney

Christmas Picture Story 6. Rewrite the story. Replace each picture with a list or revision word. The

looked at the display. There was

tinsel snowman party winter elves

an

above the

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on

candles angel stable

the roof, a

reindeer birth jingle

in the garden.

ours theirs

Rhyming Words

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jolly

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crowds holy

with a

Sa m

concert

and

pl e

frost

Revision words

snowflakes advent

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7. Write a rhyming word from the list and revision words. (a) holly

(b) cable

(c) shelves

(d) remember

(e) shocking

(f) lost

(g) sandals

(h) slow

December stocking holiday cracker Jesus Christmas month

Synonyms 8. Write list or revision words with similar meanings. (a) cheerful

(b) sacred

(c) performance

(d) ice

(e) cherub

(f) present

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Christmas e

Word Search g

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

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10. Use the secret code to find out the Christmas message.

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Unit 8

ue

List Words

Practise

ew

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ui

T

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true value argue cue avenue screw flew brew dew drew

pl e

igloo bamboo

Sa m

proof shampoo kangaroo fruit juice

in g

juicy bruise millimetre

Vi

centilitre

ew

suit

Small Words

Missing Letters

1. Use ‘ue’, ‘ew’, ‘oo’, or ‘ui’ to complete each list word.

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

(a) igl

(b) j

ce

(a) ice

(c) val

(d) s

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(b) me

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(f)

(g) aven

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Crossword 3. Use list words to solve the crossword.

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4. 8. 9.

The past tense of draw. The strong, hollow stems of a tropical plant. A bolt, pin or fastener for holding things together. A purple mark on the skin. One-thousandth of a metre. The liquid that is in fruit or vegetables.

10. A large jumping marsupial from Australia. 12. A signal to an actor to start. 13. A banana, an orange, an apple or a pear. 14. The amount of money that something is worth. 16. A jacket and trousers of the same material.

3UHÀ[HV A prefix is a letter or group of letters that is added to the beginning of a word to make a new word; e.g. ‘milli’, meaning one-thousandth and ‘centi’, meaning one-hundredth. (a) centi (b) milli 4. Add ‘milli’ and ‘centi’ to these words to make new words.

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litre

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Unit 8 List Words true value

ue

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Mixed-up Sentences 5. Unjumble the sentences.

argue

(a) good of That is value. shampoo bottle

cue avenue

(b) A is metre. a thousandth of millimetre a

screw flew

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brew dew drew igloo

pl e

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bamboo proof

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shampoo kangaroo fruit

Tenses

juice

suit millimetre

Verb (a) (b)

Add ‘s’

Revision Words

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bruise

6. Complete the table by writing the correct tense; e.g. grow, grows, grew. Add ‘ing’

Past tense

ew

juicy

liquid

(e) squash

drew flew

(c) argue

(d) squeak

quiet quite question squeak squash

Secret Code 7. Use the secret code to find out the list or revision words. a b c d g h i k l m n o p q r s t u 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

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(e) prompt

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(g) evidence

(h) squeal

Antonyms 10. Write list or revision words with opposite meanings. (a) false (b) loud (c) agree (d) dry (e) solid

Addit ional Act ivit ies 11

. (a) Find five more ‘centi’ an ‘milli’ word d s. (b) Write sentence s using yo new word ur s. (c) Write your new words in alphabeti cal order.

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Unit 9

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List Words

Practise

ci

Practise

T

cy D

parcel since certain century centipede prince acid calcium cigar circuit

pl e

pencil stencil cinema

Sa m

circle circumference cylinder cycle

in g

cyclone cymbal

ew

agency found

Vi

study

Missing Letters

1. Use ‘ce’, ‘ci’ or ‘cy’ to complete each list word. (a) sten

l

(b)

cle

(c) sin

linder

(f)

(d)

nema

(e)

(g)

rcumference

(h) par

(j)

ntipede

(k) prin

More Than One

l

(i) a (l) pen

rcuit d l

To make plurals of nouns ending in ‘y’ following a consonant, change the ‘y’ to ‘i’ and add ‘es’; e.g. baby – babies.

2. Make these words plural, following the rule where necessary. (a) century

(b) cymbal

(c) agency

(d) study

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Unit 9

cy

Crossword

1.

2.

3. Use list words to solve the crossword.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

10.

11.

12.

13.

16.

9. 11. 14. 16. 17. 18.

Down

in g

6. 8.

18.

1. 2.

3.

ew

2.

A round brass musical instrument. To write you need a pen or a . One hundred years. We booked our holidays in a . travel to school. I often Sharp-tasting or sour. A circular line or route. It is easy to draw something . using a Windstorm, gale or hurricane. The distance around something.

Vi

1.

17.

Sa m

Across

15.

pl e

14.

4. 5. 7.

Sure or positive. It is often wrapped in paper and sent by post. A theatre where films are shown. A room for reading, writing or working. The past tense of ‘find’. A creature with many legs and a long body.

10. In the old films, men often . smoke a 12. The son of a king or queen. 13. A 3-D shape with three surfaces. 14. A soft, white element found in bones and teeth. 15. A ring. 16. During or in the time after.

Proofreading When the letter ‘c’ is followed by an ‘e’, ‘i’ or ‘y’, it has a soft ‘c’ sound. 4. Circle the incorrect words and rewrite the sentence on the line below. (a) The prinse wanted to smoke a sigar in the sinema.

(b) I am sertain there is a sentipede in that parsel.

(c) The asid in fizzy drinks attacks the calsium in your teeth.

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Unit 9 List Words parcel since

ce

ci

cy

Word Hunt 5. Which list or revision word(s) …

certain

(a) has the most letters?

century

(b) can be a verb and a noun?

centipede prince acid calcium circuit pencil stencil cinema

Word Challenge 6. Make as many words as you can from the word in the box. You can rearrange the letters.

Sa m

circle circumference cylinder cycle

in g

cyclone cymbal

Describing Words

agency

Revision Words

ew

study

7. Write the correct noun from the list or revision words. Draw the pictures these adjectives describe. (a) creepy, small

(b) royal, handsome

Vi

found

circumference

pl e

cigar

told folder scold older remind kindest

8. Write list or revision words with similar meanings. (a) package

(b) tell off

blind

(c) ring

(d) sightless

again

(e) learn

(f) sure

name

(g) file

(h) track

behind

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Unit 9

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Word Search

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s mind

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n e e d e p

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o e c

l

Syllable Match 10. Match the syllables to make list or revision words.

c

pl e

parcel cigar told cyclone folder study cycle since acid circuit again older certain pencil scold name century stencil kindest cinema found cylinder remind blind prince circle agency calcium behind cymbal circumference

o

Sa m

u

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

(a) came (b) round (c) blink (d) prance (e) arid (f) cold

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includes all six of your

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Unit 10

Contractions

List Words

Practise

Hyphenated Words Practise

T

D

didn’t haven’t couldn’t wouldn’t shouldn’t can’t wasn’t aren’t we’d doesn’t

pl e

they’ll let’s

Sa m

who’d who’s brother-in-law passer-by

drive-in take-off Europe

Contractions

Vi

great

ew

by-law

in g

hanger-on

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Unit 10

Hyphenated Words

Crossword

1.

2.

3. Use list words to solve the crossword. he cross ossword. ord 3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

10.

11.

12.

FIRE!

14.

15.

13.

16.

pl e

17.

Across

Apostrophe 4. Put the apostrophe in the correct place. Use a coloured pencil.

.

Down

in g

Short for ‘could not’. houl ho uld’ ul d’’ o Short for ‘we would’, ‘we sshould’ orr ‘we had’. A person who goes past something. Short for ‘let us’. Short for ‘was not’. Short for ‘who had’ or ‘who would’. The husband of one’s sister. Short for ‘they shall’ or ‘they will’. Short for ‘does not’. A person who follows or stays around someone.

ew

9. 10. 12. 15. 17. 18. 19. 20.

20.

Vi

4. 8.

19.

Sa m

18.

1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Short for ‘cannot’. The second smallest continent. Large, big, or huge. Short for ‘did not’. Short for ‘are not’. A rule made by the local authority. Short for ‘who is’ or ‘who has’.

11. Short for ‘have not’. 12. Short for ‘would not’. 13. The plane was at ready to two. 14. Short for ‘should not’. 16. A restaurant or cinema you can visit without leaving your car.

Shape Sorter 5. Write the word that fits in each shape. (a))

(b))

(a) wasnt (b) shouldnt (c) havent

(c))

(d) whos

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Unit 10 List Words didn’t haven’t

Contractions Missing Words

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

couldn’t

(a)

wouldn’t

(b) The police gave us

go to the cafe for an

shouldn’t can’t wasn’t

.

on the traffic

. (c) I

got a passport to go to .

aren‘t we’d

Hyphenated Words

(d) I think it would be

doesn’t

to go into

in a rocket.

pl e

they’ll let’s who’d

Sa m

who’s brother-in-law hanger-on by-law drive-in

Proofreading

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

in g

passer-by

(a) I can’t believe the prise of that isecream.

great

Revision Words

(b) There is no trase of the passerby who saw the crash.

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Europe

ew

take-off

(c) We coulndt go to that drivein for burgers becos it has closed down.

race space trace disgrace

Compound Words 8. Match the words to make hyphenated compound words. (a) ice

s

s off

ice-cream

(b) take

s

s law

voice

(c) drive

s

s cream

advice

(d) passer

s

s on

January

(e) hanger s

s by

because

(f) by

s in

price

40

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Hyphenated Words

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

t

h e y

t w o

didn’t Europe haven’t doesn’t by-law take-off couldn’t they’ll drive-in wouldn’t let’s shouldn’t who’d we’d can’t who’s great wasn’t race aren’t passer-by trace disgrace price voice advice January because ice-cream space brother-in-law hanger-on

l

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More Than One

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bcekclapurs

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Addit ional Act ivit ies

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Unit 11 List Words

Practise

Practise

le

el

T

D

people angle vegetable simple terrible puzzle agile axle sprinkle assemble

pl e

travel angel

Sa m

label level towel tunnel

fuel cancel kilogram

Vi

kilometre

ew

jewel

in g

novel

Syllable Match 1. Match the syllables and write the list words.

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Missing Letters 2. Use ‘le’ or ‘el’ to complete the list words.

(a) tra

s

s kle

(a) tunn

(b) an

s

s ple

(b) assemb

(c) sprin s

s gle

(c) fu

(d) sim s

s vel

(d) agi

(e) an

s

s bel

(e) vegetab

(f) la

s

s gel

(f) canc

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Unit 11

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Crossword

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

10.

11.

12.

15.

Sa m

19.

Across

12. 15. 16. 18.

To gather together. Active, fit and supple. A precious stone. A book with an invented story. 19. You need patience to . finish a jigsaw 20. To call off.

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To make a journey. A source of energy. 1000 metres. Awful or dreadful. A messenger of God. A rod that passes through the centre of a wheel.

Adding Endings

17.

18.

20.

in g

3. Use list words to solve the crossword. 1. 5. 7. 8. 9. 11.

16.

pl e

14.

13.

.

Down 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 10. 11.

Used for drying one’s body. Potato, carrot or cabbage. An underground passage. 1000 grams. Identification tag. Easy. The Tower in Pisa leans at a . 20 degree 13. To scatter small drops. 14. Human beings. 17. Flat, smooth or even.

4. When a word ends in a single ‘l’, double the ‘l’ when a suffix beginning with a vowel is added; e.g. pedal – pedalled – pedalling. Verb

Add ‘s’

Add ‘ing’

Past tense

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Unit 11 List Words people angle

le

el

Alphabetical Order 5. Write these list and revision words in alphabetical order.

vegetable

kilometre

crunch

travel

fuel

simple

February

cancel

huge

judge

terrible puzzle agile axle

Mixed-up Sentences

sprinkle travel angel

6. Unjumble the sentences. (a) get people work. to travel Some through the prefer tunnel go over to the than bridge to to

pl e

stable

Sa m

label level towel tunnel

(b) is hospital. terrible have that It due fresh for the crunch we cancel credit the of vegetables to the to order

cancel kilogram kilometre Revision Words

ew

fuel

Vi

jewel

in g

novel

huge stage bridge judge branch crunch

7. Write a rhyming word from the list and revision words.

match

(a) fudge

(b) funnel

catch

(c) wrinkle

(d) guzzle

please

(e) pimple

(f) tease

(g) table

(h) hunch

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m l b c e s e g k b c a n c e l 8. Find the list and revision a b l s g q l a k r j z u j l t words in the word r m e j n m z t r a v e l q a r search. g e n i a t z s k n l d y b w u people sprinkle novel

s

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9. Write list or revision words with similar meanings. (a) call off

(b) nimble (d) precious stone

(e) steady

(f) awful

ew

(c) give your opinion

(h) burrow

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(g) 1000 grams Secret Code

10. Use the secret code to find out the list or revision words.

a 1

d 2

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Addit ional Act ivit ies 11. (a)

(a) 1

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(b) 3

(c) (d) 7

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Unit 12

Prefixes – out, un, over, under

List Words

Practise

Practise

T

D

outdoor outline outbreak outfit outcry undo untie uneven unable unaware

pl e

overboard overcast

Sa m

overhead overall overbook underage understand undercover

ew

underneath

in g

underground

Edinburgh

3UHÀ[HV

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London

1. Write the correct prefix for each list word. (a)

book

(b)

ground

(c)

all

(d)

aware

(e)

cover

(f)

tie

(g)

break

(h)

cast

(i)

do

(j)

able

All Mixed Up

2. Unjumble the list words

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(a) neevun

(b) gEhdinurb

(c) duntersand

(d) tourdoo

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Unit 12

Prefixes – out, un, over, under

Crossword

1.

2.

3.

3. Use list words to solve the e crossword. 4.

5.

6.

Across

11. 13. 14. 17. 19. 20.

Down Not level or smooth. ct o Having no knowledge of a fact orr situation.

8.

9.

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6. 7. 9.

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There was an of chicken pox in our school. 6. Opposite of ‘above ground’. 8. Involving secret work to obtain information. 10. A strong expression of public disapproval.

3UHÀ[HV

11. A line indicating the shape of an object. 12. In the sky or above one’s head. 15. Opposite of ‘indoor’. 16. Taking everything into account. 18. Undo knot in something.

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

Meaning

(a)

below, beneath

(b)

not, the opposite

(c)

beyond, too much

(d)

outside, beyond the limit

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Unit 12

Prefixes – out, un, over, under

List Words outdoor outline outbreak outfit

&RPSRXQG:RUGV 5. Make compound words from these list and revision words. (a) some s

(b) every

s book

s self

s side

under s

under s

s times

my

s

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s

s cover

off

s

s age

outcry

over

undo untie

sea

s

s

s side

uneven unaware overboard overcast

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overhead

was so

fallen to find them.

Revision words

had

ew

but we were

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London

.

(c) The captain thought that

underneath Edinburgh

was cancelled as the weather

in g

undercover

was disappointed that the trip to

the

underground

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(b)

underage understand

could not

the Scottish workers in

overall overbook

pl e

unable

yourself myself offside seaside someone sometimes

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everyone everywhere oil metre 48

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Prefixes – out, un, over, under e m i

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r b

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Word Search

u

o

k i

t l

u m y z m

9. Write list or revision words with similar meanings.

(c) secretly

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(e) ignorant

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(a) epidemic

(g) occasionally

(b) cloudy (d) grease (f)

protest

(h) rough

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Unit 13

Spring/Easter

List Words

Practise

Practise

T

D

chick garden crown rabbit flowers flowerbed heaven daisy hatch rainbow

pl e

raincoat tomb

Sa m

puddle foal meadow springtime

splash worship point

Small Words

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letter

ew

daffodil

in g

windy

1. Find small words in these list words. (a) heaven (b) crown

Letters Into Words 2. Write three list words using the letters in the puddle. (Letters can be used more than once.)

(c) worship (d) point (e) flowers (f) meadow

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Crossword 3. Use list words to solve the crossword.

Across 2. 3. 5. 6. 8.

Down

Baby chicken. Come out of egg. Colours of the … Sharp end of something. Small flower. 1.

10. Grassy field. 13. Time between winter and summer. 15. A yellow flower. 17. Postman delivers this. 19. Perfect dwelling place after death.

1. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 11. 12. 13. 14.

3.

Sa m

pl e

2.

Used to keep the rain off. A king or queen wears this on their head. Animal associated with Easter. A collection of water on the road. Blustery. Plot for plants. Adoration. A bouquet of … Scatter liquid. Cultivated area around house. Baby horse. Mummies are buried in this.

4.

16. 18.

Shape Sorter

in g

5.

7.

(a)

9.

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8.

ew

6.

4. Write the word that fits in each ch shape. sh hap h ape.

10.

11.

(b)

12. 13.

.

14. 15.

17.

(c)

16.

(d)

18. 19.

(e)

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Unit 13 List Words chick garden crown rabbit flowers

Spring/Easter

Missing Words 5. Write list or revision words in the spaces to complete the story. The

hopped about in the

He nibbled

at a .A

flowerbed heaven daisy hatch

. and a

swooped down to drink

from a

near him from the

of the statue that stood in the

.

rainbow

puddle foal meadow springtime

pl e

tomb

What am I? 6. I float. I am carried by the wind. I range in colour from white to dark grey. I can carry water.

Sa m

raincoat

I am a

.

windy

in g

daffodil splash worship

Compound Words

ew

point letter

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7. Make compound words from these list and revision words. (a) rain

Revision Words

bonnet cloud Christ

s

s time

(b) dragon s

s bow

(c) rain

s

s bed

(d) spring

s

s fly

(e) flower

s

s coat

crocus Easter death dragonfly bluebird

Secret Code 8. Use the secret code to find out the message. 6

1

11

3

3

1

9

10

1

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3

8

6

1

7

7

12

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

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z

s k v

garden ÁRZHUEHG rainbow foal daffodil letter crocus bluebird daisy worship seventeen

pl e

u m o a s e v e n t e e n t p w l b p a

chick ÁRZHUV hatch puddle windy point Christ GUDJRQÁ\ rabbit springtime death

Sa m

c e p u d d l e r d f t e e g w u j i b f

w f j y e u v h r o b j d

o n m k y v m y g l a b g

in g

s p e q x m i t g n i r p s m n

r a i n c o a t a w f o h k b y s o e c h e j z t p f

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

ew

r x t

a k y s i a d p l t y e d o d m d o w h

w n e d r a g l r e t s a E p m e t i o u

p h n r l r d C h r i s t c c e r y n y n b j r b p i o

Word Search

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c

f r a i n b o w o c y g a m m t z d o k e y b a n r l

i j o q w c l o u d q h s g p x t h h r s u o j k t s i

y d n i w a c o l x r j u h i a u d e h d p i n o w w v h d

l x n h a t c h a i r x l

f l o w e r s p r v e e m

d r a g o n f l y e s y f

t z h e a v e n p f t n

crown heaven raincoat meadow splash bonnet Easter eighteen tomb cloud

Rhyming Words

10. Write a rhyming word from the list and revision words. r y r u y k r w j x e

(a) breath (b) proud (c) coal (d) focus (e) better (f) crash (g) zoom (h) cuddle x

Additional Act ivities

11. (a) Write a list of eight ac tivities for (b) Write your eight activities in alp

your Easter holiday. habetical order.

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Unit 14

Suffixes – less, ness, ly

List Words

Practise

Practise

T

D

helpless harmless careless hopeless needless breathless sadness awareness sickness happiness

pl e

weakness braveness

Sa m

cleanliness business quietly lonely

brightly quickly kind

Vi

engage

ew

lovely

in g

wisely

Small Words

Singular Words

A suffix is a group of letters which is added to the end of a word to form a new word; e.g. help + less = helpless. 1. Write the correct suffix to make a list word.

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2. Write the list words that contain these small words. (a) age (b) is (c) at

(a) brave +

=

(d) on

(b) sad

+

=

(e) are

(c) bright +

=

(d) need +

=

(e) love

=

+

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Crossword

1.

2.

3.

4.

3. Use list words to solve ol olve the crossword.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

100

10.

11.

12.

14.

19.

20.

ew

11. 13. 16. 18. 19.

Done badly without enough attention. Knowing about. The lack of physical strength and energy. Good hygiene. Weak or powerless. Unnecessary. The state of being ill. selling My dad runs a cars. Opposite of ‘slowly’.

Vi

7. 9.

in g

Across 1.

Sa m

16.

15.

pl e

13.

2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Meaning like, manner

(b)

without

(c)

quality or condition

20.

To involve someone’s interest or attention. Feeling or causing despair. The room was lit by the sun. Softly in a low tone. Courage.

4. W rite the the correct correct ssuffix uffix n ext tto o iits ts m e 4. Write next meaning. C hoose ttwo wo llist ist w ords a xamples es Choose words ass e examples. (a)

18.

Down

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Suffix

17.

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Gasping for breath. Knowing much from experience. Generous. Not likely or able to cause harm. Contentment. Solitary. Unhappiness. Beautiful, pretty or attractive.

List Words

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Unit 14 List Words helpless harmless careless hopeless

Suffixes – less, ness, ly

Word Hunt 5. Which list or revision word(s) … (a) are following the rule – change the ‘y’ to ‘i’ before adding the suffix ‘ness’?

needless breathless sadness

(b) are countries? (c) end in ‘d’?

awareness happiness weakness braveness

Proofreading 6. Circle the incorrect words and rewrite them correctly in the space.

pl e

sickness

(a) Theres a bisenes near me in Scotlind that makes kilts.

business quietly

Sa m

cleanliness

(b) Theyve completed their work queitly and qickly.

lonely lovely

(c) Shes a loneley but armless lady who lives in the big house.

in g

wisely brightly

engage

Revision Words

there’s

ew

kind

Letters Into Words

7. Write three list or revision words using these letters. (Letters can be used more than once.)

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quickly

e

o

won’t

v

k

a

she’s you’ll weren’t

d

l

n

y

i

g

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Suffixes – less, ness, ly u

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c k

l

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s

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s

s

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l

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p n

s w d s h o p e s

o

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c e w e

a e n w t

n

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k

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l

n b e

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p

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in g

a

j

o

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r

e a

m q e

h e

Missing Words

i

i

v

f

s

pl e

8. Find the list and revision words in the word search. helpless sickness wisely harmless happiness lovely careless weakness brightly hopeless braveness quickly needless cleanliness kind breathless business engage sadness quietly there’s awareness lonely won’t she’s you’ll weren’t they’ve Scotland hasn’t Wales you’re

q

s

t

s

s h e y

Sa m

Word Search

c

e

s

a

n x W l s

s

b a e

l

t

e

i

e n

i

s

u b m

s w s w n

r w o

n

t

9. Complete the sentences using the list or revision words. (a)

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a

castle in Edinburgh,

(b) The man was very (c) The

with his

. .

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old lady from

spoke very

.

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Unit 15

pt

List Words

Practise

Practise

lt T

ft D

crept swept wept kept except adopt erupt fault built consult

pl e

bolt revolt

Sa m

difficult adult left loft

craft lift Rome

Vi

Paris

ew

shift

in g

swift

Missing Letters

1. Use ‘pt’, ‘lt’ or ‘ft’ to complete the list words.

Word Hunt 2. Which list word(s) …

(a) consu

(a) have two vowels making one sound?

(b) le

(b) rhymes with home?

(c) adu

(c) is the past tense of ‘weep’?

(d) cra (e) difficu (f) exce (g) ado

(d) is the opposite of ‘include’? (e) is the capital of France? (f) means what a volcano can do?

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lt

Unit 15

ft

Crossword 3. Use list words to complete lete the crossword.

1.

2.

3.

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Constructed. Rebellion. ttery ery er y, An activity such as pottery, weaving or carving. Move, carry or transfer.. Opposite of ‘right’. The capital of Italy.

Vi

5. 6. 7.

8.

9.

11.

10.

12.

pl e

13.

15.

16.

17.

18.

Sa m

A flash of lightning across the h sky. he ce ce To seek information or advice from someone. d. Legally raise another’s child. Opposite of ‘easy’. 14. Not include. Cleaned by brushing. Fully grown person. The Eiffel Tower is here. 19. Defe Defec efect fe or m mista ake ake e. Defect mistake. She Shed Sh e ttears. The Th e pa p pas astt tten as ensse eo off ‘keep ‘kee ke p’. k past tense ‘keep’.

Down 1. 2. 3.

6.

20.

in g

8. 9. 11. 13. 14. 16. 1 17 17. 19. 9 9. 20. 2 20 0.

5.

7.

Across 1. 4.

4.

10. 12. 13. 15. 18.

Moved slowly and carefully. at any time. An active volcano can Fast, rapid or quick. The space immediately under the roof of a house. Pick up or raise.

Shape Sorter 4.. W 4 Write rite tthe he llist ist w word ord tthat hat fits fits in in each each shape. shap pe

(a)

(b)

(d)

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Unit 15 crept swept wept kept

Homophones are words that sound the same but are spelt differently and have different meaning. 5. Write a sentence for each homophone. (a) board:

adopt

(b) bored:

fault

(c) Rome:

built

(d) roam:

consult

(e) sore:

bolt

(f) soar:

revolt

shift craft lift Rome Paris

Revision Words

(a) Last yeer, Dad build us a fantastic den in the lotf.

in g

swift

6. Rewrite these sentences correctly.

(b) The cat with the sharp klaw creeped up on the grey mouse.

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loft

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left

Proofreading

Sa m

difficult adult

ft

Homophones

except erupt

lt

pl e

List Words

pt

(c) I would like to drew a sign on that large bored.

draw claw soar board more

7. Write the list or revision word that matches each meaning.

score

(a) Ask for specialist advice.

stalk

(b) Glide high.

chalk

(c) To try to overthrow a government.

today

(d) To follow somebody secretly.

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Word Search

t

o g

8. Find the list and revision words in the word search. built consult bolt revolt GLIÀFXOW adult left loft board stalk year

swift shift craft lift Rome Paris draw claw more chalk today

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u

s

n

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j m h a

p e w t

c k o e r

r

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g u

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p h

t x r b o g

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q

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crept swept wept kept except adopt erupt fault soar score

l

pl e

pt

a d o p

t

s

l

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P

s

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t

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Secret Code

ew

Tenses

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Past Tense drew

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c

d

f

h k

l

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 (a) 4

1

11

7

10

2

5

1

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6

10

8

3

1

12

2

9

1

4

10

(b) (c) (d)

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Unit 16

Suffixes -y words

List Words

Practise

Practise

T

D

happily merrily busily angrily easily cheerily craftily worried married dirtied

pl e

copied supplied

Sa m

dried applied studies carries parties

in g

empties buries litre

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busy

ew

bullies

Missing Letters

1. Fill in the missing vowels to complete the list words. (a) l (d) b (g) (j) w

(b)

tr r ngr rr

s ly d

ppl

d

(c) ch

(e) d

rt

d

(f) b

sy

(h) b

ll

s

(i)

m

rr

ly

(k) s

ppl

(l)

cr

ft

ly

Base Words 2. Write the base words for these.

d

r

ly

Most of the list words are made by adding a suffix to a base word ending with the letter ‘y’; e.g. party parties.

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(b) dried

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Suffixes -y words 1.

Crossword

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

3. Use list words to complete the crossword.

7.

8.

9.

10.

11.

12.

13.

14.

15.

16.

Sa m

18.

Across

10. 12. 13. 14.

15. Made similar to another. 16. Actively doing some kind of work. 17. Joined together as husband and wife. 18. Cunningly. 19. I have been to two this week. birthday

in g

7.

The man shouted at the dog. Doing something without great effort. the brakes He quickly to avoid the child. They cause unhappiness or pain. of water a I drink a day. Anxious, distressed or concerned. Opposite of ‘fills up’.

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19.

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4.

pl e

17.

8. 9. 10.

Down

11. 15.

1. 2.

16.

3.

Tenses

6.

Joyfully. Free from moisture or liquid. Cheerfully.

My brother every night to pass his exams. Covered or marked with an unclean substance. The girls skipped along the road. his bone in My dog the garden. Provided with something. Moves, takes, shifts or transports. The cooks prepared all the meals.

The ‘y’ at the end of base words changes to ‘i’ when a suffix is added, except when adding ‘ing’. 4. Complete the table. (a)

worry

worries

(b)

studies

(c)

empties

worried

(d)

married

(e)

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busily angrily

5. Choose four of the adverbs from the list and put them in sentences. 

t

cheerily



t

craftily



t

worried



t

easily

married

An adverb is a word that gives information about a verb. Many adverbs end with the letters ‘ly’.

Adverbs

happily merrily

Suffixes -y words

Proofreading

dirtied supplied dried

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

pl e

copied

(a) He aplied himself to his studes and won an ward.

studies

Sa m

applied

(b) The teacher angrly gave a waning to the billies.

carries empties buries

Word Warrior

in g

parties

7. Cross out every second letter to make three list or revision words. w iabr m p

busy

rz

e

Revision Words

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litre

ew

bullies

reward warden ward

d

nb

d r u ts o y p

iry

i kecd

y

Antonyms

8. Write list or revision words with the opposite meanings. (a) unconcerned

(b)

fills

(c) pure

(d)

idle

(e) divorced

(f)

punishment

(g) sadly

(h)

difficult

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Suffixes -y words y p a l u c e m p t i e s b u p r

m p f w a g n e d r a w i q z w n

in g

Word Hunt

z a r w x l w s e i d u t s y n a

s i t s e i r u b c a r r i e s i

y l i s u b m e r r i l y m c y n

p y l v x m d e i l p p u s f m g

10. Which list or revision word(s) …

ew

(a) are units of time?

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(b) is a unit of capacity?

(c) has part of your body in it?

(d) have the least number of letters?

(e) starts with ‘ch’?

(f) have the word ‘or’ in them?

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a p y s w a r m t h g i n t r o f

r b k d e i p o c e b o r d r a w

t u u v c u y v d l r o e b d c f

pl e

b h 9. Find the list and revision words in the word search. c l happily married k parties merrily u dirtied empties busily copied a buries angrily w supplied bullies o easily dried r litre cheerily r applied busy i craftily studies e worried carries d reward warden z award awkward l warrior swarm wardrobe warning w fortnight second

Sa m

Word Search

i l m s a k d n b z i d w p e h k

e l a o y e o y c r e e a h i e z

s i w f i c l v r r r i r x r e o

s e a t e i s a t k n r d o d r m

x s r s s h w i a n g r i l y i g

f i d a p p l i e d y a j r l l g

d e e x a w k w a r d m c t i y h

Changing Words 11. Change one letter in each word to make a list or revision word. (a) fried (b) bush (c) studied (d) worries (e) ware (f) garden

Addit ional Act ivit ies 12. (a

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Unit 17

ore

List Words

Practise

oor

Practise

oar

our

T

D

explore score ignore adore shore chore anymore store door moor

pl e

floor poor

Sa m

uproar roar boar boarder oar

in g

fourth court Italy

ew

pour

Vi

Switzerland

Changing Letters

1. Change one letter in the words below to make a list word. Circle the letter you change. (a) boat

(b) your

(c) count

(d) pool

(e) stare

(f) road

(g) oak

(h) choke

(i) flood

Missing Letters

(j) doom

2. Write ‘ore’, ‘oor’, ‘oar’ or ‘our’ to complete the list words.

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(a) anym

(b) f

(d) expl

(e) upr

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10. The sound made by a lion. 11. I am not going to eat sweets. 12. You can open and close it or knock on it. 16. A pupil who lives in school during term time. 18. Opposite of ‘rich’.

Missing Words 4. Complete the sentences using the list words. (a)

is famous for pasta and its capital city, Rome.

(b) It was disappointing to come

in the race.

(c) Some of the highest mountains in Europe are in (d) There was through. (e) Please

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(c) My sister will (right, write) her party today.

the invitations to

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Letters Into Words 2. Write three list words using the letters on the jumper.

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Unit 18 List Words barbecue steak

Summer Holidays Picture Story

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