Spelling Scheme of Work Stage 4 All elements

Spelling Scheme of Work Stage 4 All elements

Spelling Scheme of Work Stage 4 All elements of this scheme are copyright The Spelling Shed Ltd and may not be redistributed without permission. 27/4/18 Spelling lists Stage 4 1. Spelling Rules: These words are homophones or near homophones. They have the same pronunciation but different spellings and/or meanings. 2. Spelling Rules: The prefix in- can mean both not and in/into. In these spellings the prefix in- means not. 3. Spelling Rules: Before a root word starting with l, the in- prefix becomes il-. Before a root word starting with r the prefix in- becomes ir- 1. Spelling Rules: The au digraph 2. Spelling Rules: The suffix -ion when the root word ends in t or te then the suffix becomes -tion. 3. Spelling Rules: The suffix -ion becomes -ssion when the root word ends in ss or mit. 4. Spelling Rules: The suffix -cian used instead of -sion when the root word ends in c or cs 5. Spelling Rules: Adding -ly to create adverbs of manner. These adverbs describe how the verb is occurring.

6. Challenge Words 7. Spelling Rules: Homophones words which have the same pronunciation but different meanings and/or spellings. 8. Spelling Rules: The /s/ sound spelled c before i and e. 9. Spelling Rules: Some words have similar spellings, root words and meanings. We call these word families. sol word family and real word family 10. Spelling Rules: Some words have similar spellings, root words and meanings. We call these word families. phon word family and sign word family 4. Spelling Rules: The prefix sub- which means under or below. 5. Spelling Rules: The prefix inter- means between, amongst or during. 6. Challenge Words 7. Spelling Rules: The suffix -ation is added to verbs to form nouns. 8. Spelling Rules: The suffix -ation is added to verbs to form nouns.

9. Spelling Rules: Adding ly to adverbs. Remembering words ending in -y become -ily and words ending in le become ly. 10. Spelling Rules: Adding -ly to to turn an adjective into an adverb when the final letter is l. 11. Spelling Rules: Word with the sh sound spelled ch. These words are French in origin. 11. Spelling Rules: Prefixes super- anti and auto. 12. Challenge Words 12. Spelling Rules: The prefix bi- meaning two. 13. Spelling Rules: Adding the suffix ion. When the root word ends in d, de or se then the suffix -ion needs to be -sion. 13. Revision spelling rules we have learned in Stage 4. 14. Spelling Rules: Adding the suffix ous. Sometimes the root word is obvious and the usual rules apply for adding suffixes beginning with vowel letters. Sometimes there is no obvious root word though. 14. Revision spelling rules we have learned in Stage 4.

15. Spelling Rules: The suffix -ous. The final e of the root word must be kept if the sound of g is to be kept. 15. Revision spelling rules we have learned in Stage 4. 16. Spelling Rules: The ee sound spelled with an i. 16. Revision spelling rules we have learned in Stage 4. 17. Spelling Rules: The suffix -ous. If there is an ee sound before the -ous ending, it is usually spelled as i, but a few words have e. 17. Revision spelling rules we have learned in Stage 4. 18. Revision spelling rules we have learned in Stage 4. 18. Challenge Words Stage: 4 List: 1 Spelling Rules: These words are homophones or near homophones. They have the same pronunciation but different spellings and/or meanings. Name: Spellings accept

except knot not peace piece plain plane weather whether 1st Attempt 2nd Attempt 3rd Attempt Stage: 4 List: 1 Spelling Rules: These words are homophones or near homophones. They have the same pronunciation but different spellings and/or meanings. Name: Spellings Write the correct spelling into each sentence. accept The teacher gave everyone a ________ of _________ paper. except Tim stood at the front of assembly to __________ his prize. knot I had a ________ in my shoelaces. not All was dark, ________ for a tiny candle in the corner.

peace piece I like most vegetables but ______ cauliflower. plain In church the people prayed for _______ on Earth. plane The _________ stopped the children playing out today. weather The pilot landed his ________ safely on the runway. whether The children wondered ________ they should tell their teacher. Stage: 4 List: 2 Spelling Rules: The prefix in- can mean both not and in/into. In these spellings the prefix in- means not. Name: Spellings inactive incorrect invisible insecure inflexible indefinite inelegant incurable inability inadequate 1st Attempt

2nd Attempt 3rd Attempt Stage: 4 List: 2 Spelling Rules: The prefix in- can mean both not and in/into. In these spellings the prefix in- means not. Name: Spellings inactive incorrect Cover your spellings up. Can you add in the missing letters from each word? in_ura_le in_or_ect insecure inab__ity inel__ant indef__ite in__tive inade__ate invisible insecure inflexible indefinite inelegant incurable inability

inadequate in__e_ible _nv_s_ble Stage: 4 List: 3 Spelling Rules: Before a root word starting with l, the in- prefix becomes il-. Before a root word starting with r the prefix in- becomes ir- Name: Spellings illegal illegible immature immortal impossible impatient imperfect irregular irrelevant irresponsible 1st Attempt 2nd Attempt 3rd Attempt Stage: 4 List: 3 Spelling Rules: Rules: Before a root word starting with l the in- prefix becomes il-. Before a root word starting with r the prefix in- becomes ir- Name: Spellings il

illegal illegible Sort your spellings between the sticky notes. Can you add any of your own words? ir immature immortal im impossible impatient imperfect irregular irrelevant irresponsible My Sentence CHALLENGE Can you write a sentence using one or more of these words? Stage: 4 Spelling Rules: The prefix sub- which means under or below. List: 4 Name: Spellings submarine subject subway submerge

subtropical subdivide subheading substandard subtitle submit 1st Attempt 2nd Attempt 3rd Attempt Stage: 4 Spelling Rules: The prefix sub- which means under or below. List: 4 Name: Spellings Use the sub to create the words from your spelling list. Can you think of any more? submarine tropical subject merge subway divide submerge mit

subtropical subdivide sub + My own sub- words title marine subheading standard substandard ject subtitle way submit heading = Stage: 4 Spelling Rules: The prefix inter- means between, amongst or during. List: 5 Name: Spellings interact intercity international interfere interview intercept

intercom internet interchange interface 1st Attempt 2nd Attempt 3rd Attempt Stage: 4 Spelling Rules: The prefix inter- means between, amongst or during. List: 5 Name: Spellings interact intercity international interfere interview Ask someone to time you. Can you find your spellings hidden in the grid? How long did it take? Try it again and improve your speed! international impossible electricity interchange simplistic interface interact

diversity intercity interfere action intercom changeable inactive interspersed internet intercept facial interview interesting intercept intercom internet interchange interface Which new word in the grid follows the same spelling rule as the spelling list? Stage: 4 Challenge Words List: 6 Name:

Spellings calendar appear believe grammar increase interest opposite straight strength women 1st Attempt 2nd Attempt 3rd Attempt Stage: 4 Challenge Words List: 6 Name: Spellings a s t r s calendar o s c a l t

r e n g t h k u a j e n d a r q p c v g z believe p q a p n z b r b p m c grammar e t increase interest l i opposite e e b v w d i straight v f o p o p p o s strength e q u v g t g y appear women i g h a i j d k i s l w o m e n l e f t r e u g h w f m c d m g b r t s a x y h m e a j o d l c a n c r e a s e m r b k e f y i

x j z a n k m h g i t e n w x h i n t e r e s t Can you find your spellings hidden in this word search? Stage: 4 Spelling Rules: The suffix -ation is added to verbs to form nouns. List: 7 Name: Spellings information sensation preparation vibration decoration donation duration registration population determination 1st Attempt 2nd Attempt 3rd Attempt Stage: 4 Spelling Rules: The suffix -ation is added to verbs to form nouns.

List: 7 Name: Spellings information sensation preparation vibration decoration donation duration registration population determination The spell ing word s are all nouns. C an you p ut them through t he m a c h in e to turn them ba ck into v erbs? Root Word inform Stage: 4 Spelling Rules: The suffix -ation is added to verbs to form nouns. List: 8 Name:

Spellings adoration admiration coronation detonation observation location generation exploration combination illustration 1st Attempt 2nd Attempt 3rd Attempt Stage: 4 Spelling Rules: The suffix -ation is added to verbs to form nouns. List: 8 Name: Spellings adoration admiration coronation detonation observation location generation exploration combination illustration The spell ing word sa

nouns. C an you p re all ut them through the mac h ine to tu them ba rn ck into v erbs? Root Word adore Stage: 4 List: 9 Spelling Rules: Adding ly to adverbs. Remembering words ending in -y become -ily and words ending in le become ly. Name: Spellings sadly completely wildly bravely gently foolishly proudly horribly nervously happily 1st Attempt 2nd Attempt 3rd Attempt Stage: 4 List: 9

Spelling Rules: Adding ly to adverbs. Remembering words ending in -y become -ily and words ending in le become ly. Name: Spellings sadly completely wildly bravely gently foolishly proudly horribly nervously happily Create a sentence for each of your spellings. You get 1 point for each spelling used correctly. For every sentence that you can start with a spelling, you will be awarded 2 bonus points. Stage: 4 Spelling Rules: Adding -ly to to turn an adjective into an adverb when the final letter is l. List: 10 Name: Spellings usually finally beautifully thoughtfully wonderfully carefully faithfully peacefully cruelly generally 1st Attempt

2nd Attempt 3rd Attempt Stage: 4 Spelling Rules: Adding -ly to to turn an adjective into an adverb when the final letter is l. List: 10 Name: Spellings usually finally beautifully thoughtfully wonderfully carefully faithfully peacefully cruelly generally Use a dictionary to find out what your spellings mean. Create your own definition for 5 of your words. Your word Your definition Stage: 4 Spelling Rules: Word with the sh sound spelled ch. These words are French in origin. List: 11 Name: Spellings chef chalet

machine brochure parachute chute chaperone chandelier crochet quiche 1st Attempt 2nd Attempt 3rd Attempt Stage: 4 Spelling Rules: Word with the sh sound spelled ch. These words are French in origin. List: 11 Name: Spellings b a c h e f d h j chef r z l m k m l z m l m p a r a c h u t e p p a machine o a k j g c e t k h s b q r p c c h a p e r o n e v a b n s o h

brochure h b g f parachute chute u t s r h a g x k q i u e q t n r c r o c h e t j l m n o t u e chaperone e u v w e b h w i chandelier b d c c h a n d e l i crochet e d f x y z g i h j t c h u t e chalet quiche i n f w m k p l p p l i k q u i c h e e r v w x Can you find your spellings hidden in this word search? Stage: 4

Challenge Words List: 12 Name: Spellings complete continue experiment famous favourite February naughty material knowledge remember 1st Attempt 2nd Attempt 3rd Attempt Stage: 4 Challenge Words List: 12 Name: Circle the 10 correct spellings below. Spellings complete complete favrit

compleat experriment February continyou knowledge Februrary noledge Febuary knoledge famoos containue continue matirial material nuaghty rememmber egsperiment mateerial commplete favorite remembrer

favourite famous remember famouse experiment nauhty naughty continue experiment famous favourite February naughty material knowledge remember Cover your spelling list to make the task trickier! Stage: 4 List: 13 Spelling Rules: Adding the suffix ion. When the root word ends in d, de or se then the suffix -ion needs to be -sion. Name: Spellings expansion extension comprehension tension suspension exclusion provision explosion

erosion invasion 1st Attempt 2nd Attempt 3rd Attempt Stage: 4 List: 13 Spelling Rules: Adding the suffix ion. When the root word ends in d, de or se the then the suffix -ion needs to be -sion. Name: Spellings d expansion extension Did the root word end in d, de or se? se Sort your spellings into these three groups. comprehension tension suspension de exclusion provision explosion erosion invasion

Tip: You may want to write down the 10 root words before sorting out your spellings. CHALLENGE Can you add any more -ion words to the sticky notes? Stage: 4 List: 14 Spelling Rules: Adding the suffix ous. Sometimes the root word is obvious and the usual rules apply for adding suffixes beginning with vowel letters. Sometimes there is no obvious root word though. Name: Spellings poisonous dangerous mountainous marvellous perilous tremendous enormous jealous precious disastrous 1st Attempt 2nd Attempt 3rd Attempt Stage: 4 List: 14 Spelling Rules: Adding the suffix ous. Sometimes the root word is obvious and the usual rules apply for adding suffixes beginning with vowel letters. Sometimes there is no obvious root word though.

Name: Spellings poisonous dangerous Cover your spellings up. Can you add in the missing letters from each word? _an__rous m_r_el_ous ____lous j__lous m__nt__n__s p____nous tre___dous pre__ous enor____ disa___ous mountainous marvellous perilous tremendous enormous jealous precious disastrous Stage: 4 Spelling Rules: The suffix -ous. The final e of the root word must be kept if the sound of g is to be kept.

List: 15 Name: Spellings courageous outrageous nervous famous adventurous advantageous ridiculous carnivorous rapturous torturous 1st Attempt 2nd Attempt 3rd Attempt Stage: 4 Spelling Rules: The suffix -ous. The final e of the root word must be kept if the sound of g is to be kept. List: 15 Name: Spellings Write the correct spelling into each sentence. courageous The boy was sent home due to his __________ hair style. outrageous It would be ___________ to students to do their homework.

nervous I felt __________ in my fancy-dress outfit. famous ___________ animals eat mostly meat. adventurous advantageous The rock stars appeared on stage to a _________ applause. ridiculous Time ticked so slowly that it was _________. carnivorous The ____________ soldier stepped onto the battlefield. rapturous The teacher was ________ when she met the _________Olympian. torturous ___________ toddlers often get lost. Stage: 4 Spelling Rules: The ee sound spelled with an i. List: 16 Name: Spellings merriment happiness plentiful penniless

happily prettiest nastiness beautiful pitiful silliness 1st Attempt 2nd Attempt 3rd Attempt Stage: 4 Spelling Rules: The ee sound spelled with an i. List: 16 Name: Spellings n a merriment t i n e a p p happiness plentiful p penniless e t i p

t prettiest p pitiful a p silliness m n n i l s b a u i t e t i n s nastiness

e Find the missing letters to complete the missing word in red. f e r p l u happily beautiful s l Stage: 4 List: 17 Spelling Rules: The suffix -ous. If there is an ee sound before the -ous ending, it is usually spelled as i, but a few words have e. Name: Spellings serious obvious curious hideous spontaneous courteous furious various victorious gaseous

1st Attempt 2nd Attempt 3rd Attempt Stage: 4 List: 17 Spelling Rules: The suffix -ous. If there is an ee sound before the -ous ending, it is usually spelled as i, but a few words have e. Name: Spellings serious obvious curious hideous Draw a line to match each spelling to its definition. easy to see or notice made up of gas eager to learn something very ugly or disgusting spontaneous courteous furious done without planning the winners feeling

various victorious gaseous very angry not joking or funny very polite and respectful how to refer to a range of things Stage: 4 Challenge Words List: 18 Name: Spellings breath business caught different exercise extreme medicine possession although thought 1st Attempt 2nd Attempt 3rd Attempt

Stage: 4 Challenge Words List: 18 Name: Spellings breath business caught different exercise extreme medicine possession although thought a r h z g w p a l t h o u g h d b r e a t h f o h r e r h s k i t b x i g x j k s q c f i g p f h c e y m c v n l s o m e d l f o s r n f a p n a m e b d a k e u d c x b u s i n e s s y j k r g q i e p g w v o p y e s z j e h y s t o h u u r c q b c i i n t s e e x t r e m e s t b x o t m e d i c i n e t d z a v u w n Can you find your spellings hidden in this word search? Stage: 4 Spelling Rules: The au digraph. List: 19 Name: Spellings naughty

caught fraught automatic astronaut cause author applaud taught audience 1st Attempt 2nd Attempt 3rd Attempt Stage: 4 Spelling Rules: The au digraph. List: 19 Name: Spellings naughty cau ught caught auto se fraught audi laud

automatic ast ence astronaut tau ght cause nau ght author aut ronaut applaud cau hor taught app ghty audience fra matic

Match each half of the spellings with a straight line. One has already been done for you. Stage: 4 Spelling Rules: The suffix -ion when the root word ends in t or te then the suffix becomes -tion. List: 20 Name: Spellings invention injection action hesitation completion stagnation nomination migration conservation selection 1st Attempt 2nd Attempt 3rd Attempt Stage: 4 Spelling Rules: The suffix -ion when the root word ends in t or te then the suffix becomes -tion. List: 20 Name: Spellings

Write the correct spelling into each sentence. invention The scientist was ready to reveal his new _________ to the world. injection The birds are currently starting their _________ to the South. action I was worried about having an __________ from the doctor. hesitation There was a large _________ of sweets for sale. completion stagnation The new school building was nearing __________. nomination After months of _________, the two armies marched into ________. migration Three children each received a __________ for the school council. conservation Due to the ___________ project there are now more Pandas in the wild. selection Stage: 4 Spelling Rules: The suffix -ion becomes -ssion when the root word ends in ss or mit.

List: 21 Name: Spellings expression discussion confession permission admission impression obsession procession omission concussion 1st Attempt 2nd Attempt 3rd Attempt Stage: 4 Spelling Rules: The suffix -ion becomes -ssion when the root word ends in ss or mit. List: 21 Name: Circle the 10 correct spellings below. Spellings expression concussion imppression espression confesion

obsesion permission conffession impression permision admission diskussion ommission expression obession procession admision inpression omission prosession expresion procesion discussion addmission permizzion confession

omission obsession comcussion discusion concusion discussion confession permission admission impression obsession procession omission concussion Cover your spelling list to make the task trickier! Stage: 4 Spelling Rules: The suffix -cian used instead of -sion when the root word ends in c or cs List: 22 Name: Spellings musician magician electrician politician mathematician technician optician beautician physician dietician

1st Attempt 2nd Attempt 3rd Attempt Stage: 4 Spelling Rules: The suffix -cian used instead of -sion when the root word ends in c or cs List: 22 Name: Spellings musician magician electrician politician mathematician technician optician beautician physician dietician Match each spelling with the job pictured. Stage: 4 List: 23 Spelling Rules: Adding -ly to create adverbs of manner. These adverbs describe how the verb is occurring. Name: Spellings reluctantly quickly generously unexpectedly gently

curiously furiously seriously victoriously courteously 1st Attempt 2nd Attempt 3rd Attempt Stage: 4 List: 23 Spelling Rules: Adding -ly to create adverbs of manner. These adverbs describe how the verb is occurring. Name: Spellings reluctantly quickly generously unexpectedly gently curiously furiously seriously victoriously courteously Choose five of these sentences to use in a sentence. Make it trickier by starting your sentence with the spelling word. Stage: 4 Challenge Words List: 24 Name:

Spellings group height particular potatoes separate surprise through various though woman 1st Attempt 2nd Attempt 3rd Attempt Stage: 4 Challenge Words List: 24 Name: o t Spellings group a height r t e s g h h

particular p w i m potatoes separate c e p a surprise through l various a though r woman a t e i i u s h

Fill in the blanks to complete the grid. t Stage: 4 List: 25 Spelling Rules: Homophones words which have the same pronunciation but different meanings and/or spellings. Name: Spellings scene seen whose whos affect effect here hear heel heal 1st Attempt 2nd Attempt 3rd Attempt Stage: 4 List: 25 Spelling Rules: Homophones words which have the same pronunciation but different meanings and/or spellings. Name: Spellings scene seen Choose one of your spellings to complete the sentence.

Only one of the pair is correct. The opening of the story set the ____________ for the reader. whose whos _________ socks are these? asked the teacher. affect effect The medicine had an immediate _________. here hear heel heal It was difficult to _______ over the noise in the playground. Daniel hurt his ________ playing football in the park. Stage: 4 Spelling Rules: The /s/ sound spelled c before i and e. List: 26 Name: Spellings circle century centaur circus princess voice medicine celebrate celery pencil 1st Attempt

2nd Attempt 3rd Attempt Stage: 4 Spelling Rules: The /s/ sound spelled c before e, i and y List: 26 Name: Cover your spellings for this task Marvin has scored 0/10 in his spelling test. Spellings circle sircle century sentury centaur sentaur circus sircus princess prinsess voice voise

medicine medisine celebrate selebrate celery selery pencil pencil Can you help him out by writing the correct spellings into this grid? Stage: 4 List: 27 Spelling Rules: Some words have similar spellings, root words and meanings. We call these word families. sol word family and real word family Name: Spellings solar solution soluble insoluble dissolve real reality realistic unreal realisation 1st Attempt 2nd Attempt

3rd Attempt Stage: 4 List: 27 Spelling Rules: Some words have similar spellings, root words and meanings. We call these word families. sol word family and real word family Name: Spellings solar solution soluble insoluble dissolve real reality realistic unreal realisation a i x r p s r c t m u n r e a l b n m v l j e j k j m h e a g z s s o i w h a h g i k f s d q n o o v r e a l i s a t i o n d y l w x h m i d o r h g u u t d i s s o l v e w t b s y j d t e a l v n i l b k c q i e r r e a l l c e o u b f x b c g p l i t y

o e n a z m c f g u p t e l r s n s t u r e a l i s a t i o n q Can you find your spellings hidden in this word search? Stage: 4 List: 28 Spelling Rules: Some words have similar spellings, root words and meanings. We call these word families. phon word family and sign word family Name: Spellings phone telephone phonics microphone phonograph sign signature assign designer signaller 1st Attempt 2nd Attempt 3rd Attempt Stage: 4 List: 28 Spelling Rules: Some words have similar spellings, root words and meanings. We call these word families. phon word family and sign word family Name: Spellings phone telephone phonics microphone phonograph

sign signature assign designer signaller ph ture telep naller pho hone micro gn phono sign si one signa phone as desi sign gner nics graph

Your spellings have been split and scrambled. Draw a straight line to match the two parts of each spelling. Stage: 4 Spelling Rules: Prefixes super- anti and auto. List: 29 Name: Spellings supermarket superman superstar superhuman antiseptic anticlockwise antisocial autobiography autograph automatic 1st Attempt 2nd Attempt 3rd Attempt Stage: 4 Spelling Rules: Prefixes super- anti and auto. List: 29 Name: a

Spellings t i c t s o g p superman a u superstar t s o a l supermarket superhuman u t g b a u p y r s u p e

a n t c c antiseptic anticlockwise antisocial autobiography autograph automatic Insert the missing letters into your spellings to find a new anti- word. u s i c h r k w t s r s a r u e h u a Stage: 4 Spelling Rules: The prefix bi- meaning two.

List: 30 Name: Spellings bicycle biplane biped bicentennial biannual bilingual bicuspid biceps binoculars bisect 1st Attempt 2nd Attempt 3rd Attempt Stage: 4 Spelling Rules: The prefix bi- meaning two. List: 30 Name: Spellings bicycle Add the bi-prefix to create these new words. Highlight the 10 that are your spellings. bi + ceps = bi + cycle = bi + ennial = bi + noculars =

bicentennial bi + plane = bi + valve = biannual bi + annual = bi + sect = bilingual bi + focal = bi + lateral = bi + ped = bi + centennial= bi + athlete = bi + monthly = bi + cuspid = bi + lingual = biplane biped bicuspid biceps binoculars bisect Stage: 4 Revision spelling rules we have learned in Stage 4.

List: 31 Name: Spellings accept inactive illegal submarine interact calendar information adoration sadly usually 1st Attempt 2nd Attempt 3rd Attempt Stage: 4 Revision spelling rules we have learned in Stage 4. List: 31 Name: Spellings i a e y g i accept i n a f

illegal l l h n d p f a n k h o p n b x u b z m o d m l z g r s a h z s submarine e i k o e r e c b q j interact calendar g a j l s n f f a d l f k w t q u a a c c e p t u g v q i a s l information l a d p m l adoration c a sadly q g y s u b m a r

inactive usually l i n t e r a c t c d q n f o r m a t o x i j i o n a x c w i u t t v l v l e n d a r z o r t e m t y i n e p m n o Can you find your spellings hidden in this word search? Stage: 4 Revision spelling rules we have learned in Stage 4. List: 32 Name:

Spellings chef complete expansion poisonous courageous merriment serious breath naughty invention 1st Attempt 2nd Attempt 3rd Attempt Stage: 4 Revision spelling rules we have learned in Stage 4. List: 32 Name: Circle the 10 correct spellings below. Spellings chef merriment nawty serrious invention espansion

infention corageous conplete chef sereous poisonous breith serious breeth poisonnous shef merryment breath expanssion sheff complete couragous courageous compleat expansion nuaghty

poizonous meriment naughty inventsion complete expansion poisonous courageous merriment serious breath naughty invention Cover your spelling list to make the task trickier! Stage: 4 Revision spelling rules we have learned in Stage 4. List: 33 Name: Spellings expression musician reluctantly group scene circle solar supermarket bicycle except 1st Attempt

2nd Attempt 3rd Attempt Stage: 4 Revision spelling rules we have learned in Stage 4. List: 33 Name: Spellings Write the correct spelling into each sentence. expression The __________ played the piano for a ________ of children. musician The actors changed the _________ halfway through the play. reluctantly ____________, the shy boy stood at the front of the assembly. group The people witnessed a spectacular ________ eclipse. scene circle I like almost all foods _________ fish. solar My racing __________ has two wheels. supermarket

Her __________ was one of delight as she opened the gift. bicycle The __________ queues were really long. except The students sat in a ________ on the floor. Stage: 4 Revision spelling rules we have learned in Stage 4. List: 34 Name: Spellings incorrect illegible subject international believe preparation coronation wildly bravely thoughtfully 1st Attempt 2nd Attempt 3rd Attempt Stage: 4 Revision spelling rules we have learned in Stage 4. List: 34

Name: Spellings i n t i o illegible r subject r international r i e believe e preparation v t g

f e thoughtfully b e j p b c a t wildly bravely l h incorrect coronation n Use your spellings, and the letters in the crossword, to work out the missing words. Which spelling is missing? l y d

o n y Stage: 4 Revision spelling rules we have learned in Stage 4. List: 35 Name: Spellings brochure famous tension penniless hideous different astronaut completion admission mathematician 1st Attempt 2nd Attempt 3rd Attempt Stage: 4 Revision spelling rules we have learned in Stage 4. List: 35 Name: Spellings brochure famous

Draw a line to match each spelling to its definition. hardly any money permission given to enter the act of finishing tension penniless a thin booklet not alike hideous different astronaut space traveller something very well known very ugly or unattractive completion admission mathematician a feeling of worry or anxiety trained in study of numbers Stage: 4

Revision spelling rules we have learned in Stage 4. List: 36 Name: Spellings gently separate affect unexpectedly potatoes circus insoluble microphone superhuman bicentennial 1st Attempt 2nd Attempt 3rd Attempt Stage: 4 Revision spelling rules we have learned in Stage 4. List: 36 Name: Spellings gently separate affect unexpectedly potatoes circus insoluble microphone superhuman

bicentennial Use a dictionary to find out what your spellings mean. Create your own definition for 5 of your words. Your word Your definition

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