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Woodland Habitats – 3

Word Reading

1. Write each word with a slash (/) to separate the syllables. (a) environment (b) habitat (c) canopy

e

(d) understorey

m pl

(e) invertebrates 2. Join the pairs of words to make compound words.

(b) toad + stools =

(c) rain + forest =

(d) butter + fly =

(e) wild + flowers =

(f) sea + shore =

sa

(a) wood + lands =

3. (a) Change the singular noun ‘canopy’ to plural (more than one) by

adding ‘-es’. (You need to change a letter.)

variety

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(b) Add ‘-es’ to this other word from the text.

4. (a) What two letters are used to spell the sound ‘l’ in ‘animal’ and

ew

‘mammal’?

(b) Find and write two other words in the text that end in these two letters.

5. (a) Find and write four words in the text with the ‘or’ sound spelt ‘all’.

Vi

(b) Write a sentence using two of these words.

Write Yes or No. My learning log

I can divide some words into syllables. I know what a compound word is. I can read words containing ‘al’ and ‘all’.

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