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The Hedley Kow – 3

Word Reading

1. Underline the letter in the middle of each word that has the same sound as the other words. treasure

television

usual

2. Circle the two words with the same sound spelt ‘ar’ after ‘w’ like ‘towards’ and ‘war’. who

work

towards

woman

away

e

warmth

3. Underline two words that end with the same sound spelt ‘-ey’ like ‘Hedley’. cheerfully

key

chimney

lucky

m pl

busily

4. (a) Which word in the text, ending in ‘-ge’, has the same sound as ‘age’ and ‘changed’? It means ‘a group of houses smaller than a town’.

sa

(b) Write this word in a sentence. 5. (a) ‘Cheer’ + ‘-ful’ =

’.

in g

(b) The word ‘cheerful’ means ‘full of (c) Write the word ‘cheerful’ in a sentence.

ew

6. (a) Add ‘-est’ to these words to make new adjectives. Read the new words.

Vi

fine busy lucky weary

(b) Write one of these ‘-est’ words in a sentence.

Write Yes or No. My learning log

I can read words with ‘ar’, ‘ey’ and ‘ge’. I know how to add ‘-ful’ to words. I can add ‘-est’ to words to create adjectives.

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2976IR Reading Comprehension and Word Reading 2nd class  
2976IR Reading Comprehension and Word Reading 2nd class