Spellings – Due Friday 23rd February

Here are the spelling words that the children need to learn for Friday, February 23rd . These are adverbs that end with ly or lly (can you see a pattern or formula?)

absolutely
accidentally
accurately
actually
anxiously
apparently
automatically
basically
carefully
certainly
cheerfully
cheerily
angrily
comically
cowardly
critically
cuddly
dangly
entirely
equally

Grammar homework- due on Friday 23rd February

This week, we are looking at three verb forms that the children need to know for their grammar SATS. We have already had homework based upon this but there are often several questions each year. The children have a sheet that they will be bringing home. These examples might help:

Spellings – Due for Feb 9th

Here are the spelling words that the children need to learn for February 9th. The patterns are -ant/ent – ancy/ency.

accountant
exuberant
hesitant
insignificant
appearance
annoyance
disappearance
achievement
agreement
apparent
confidence
dependence
difference
influence
dependency
emergency
frequency
vacancy
elegant
ignorant

 

Spellings – due 9th February

 

Here are the spelling words that the children need to learn for February 9th. The patterns are -ant/ent – ancy/ency.

accountant
exuberant
hesitant
insignificant
appearance
annoyance
disappearance
achievement
agreement
apparent
confidence
dependence
difference
influence
dependency
emergency
frequency
vacancy
elegant
ignorant

Grammar homework – due on Friday 2nd February

This week, the children have been given sheets that look at homophones. These are words that look different but sound the same. The children need to be able to identify which is the correct word for the context that they are writing in and spell in correctly. This link may help in understanding homophones more clearly.

 

Here are the spelling lists that the children need to learn for February 2nd. The patterns are words that end with cious and tious,

atrocious
conscious
delicious
ferocious
gracious
malicious
precious
spacious
suspicious
unconscious
ambitious
cautious
conscientious
facetious
fictitious
infectious
nutritious
scrumptious
superstitious
unpretentious

Spellings due for Friday 26th January

Here are the spelling lists that the children need to learn for January 26th. The patterns are -ible, -ably, -ibly, -ably.

accessible
eligible
impossible
incredible
irresponsible
acceptable
impeccable
unremarkable
vulnerable
unbelievable
horribly
possibly
terribly
comfortably
miserably
noticeably
probably
suitably
agreeable
responsible

Grammar homework- due Friday 26th January

This week, we are looking at three types of sentences: statements, questions and commands (sometimes known as imperative statements). The children have been given a sheet that they will need to bring to Friday’s lesson. These pictures may help them complete their homework: