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Read these questions and underline any ‘ear’ words you can hear. Then answer the questions by colouring yes or no.
Here is a helpful frame to remind you how to put together direct speech. Can you write your own direct speech sentences?
In some words the letters e and a together make a short /e/ sound instead of the usual long /ee/ sound. Read these ‘ea’ words and then fill in the gaps in these sentences. Can you find them in the wordsearch?
This is a game for two players. First, choose your board, then cut out the word cards and place them upside down on the table. To play, Player 1 takes a word card and reads it. If you have a picture of your word on your board you can keep it, if not put it back where you found it. Repeat with Player 2. The player to fill their board first is the winner.
Year 4 have been washing cars for charity! They split up into their house teams and charged £2.50 per car. Can you work out how much each house team raised by showing the results in a pictogram?
Cut out these events and stick them where you think they should go on the probability scale. Remember, the probability scale starts at 0 and ends at 1, so you’ll need to be good with your decimals!
Here is a list of past tense phrases. Can you write the correct present tense? Be careful, some of the verbs are irregular...
This astronaut has just landed on the moon. Can you read him a path to his flag? Read each word. If it uses the letters ‘au’ to spell the sound /or/, colour it in.
Read these sentences and underline the ‘ear’ words. Now can you find them in the wordsearch?
Look at these words with the split digraph e_e. Can you work out the names of the three children below? Where did they all go on an outing?
Can you add ‘ore’ to the end of these sounds in balloons? The read the word. If it is a real word, draw a balloon string to the girl’s hand; if it’s a nonsense word draw a string to the clown’s hand.
Fancy a game of tic tac toe? In this game, player 1 chooses a square and reads the 'ew' word inside. They can then colour their square. Player 2 repeats. The winner is the first player to colour three squares in a row across, up and down or diagonally.
Can you write each of the /igh/ words on this page in the correct notebook? ‘Igh’ words go in the knight’s book, ‘ie’ words go in the cook’s book and ‘i_e’ words go on the kite notebook.
Witchy was just writing some ‘are’ words when all the letters fell into her potion cauldrons. Can you help her unscramble the letters and put them back into the words in the right order?
Ask someone to read out the answer words to you one at a time. Listen carefully to where the /ai/ sound is in the word, then choose the correct spelling. Write the ‘ai’ spellings in the train, the ‘ay’ spelling on the tray.
Use the correct 'oi' or 'oy' word to fill in the gaps in these sentences. Then see if you can complete the crossword!
In these words the letters i and e are making the /igh/ sound. Fill in the letters ‘ie’ to complete the words in the pies. If the word is real, match the pie to the chef. If not, match it to the clown!
Miss Muddle can’t remember how to spell these words. Can you help her? Colour in the correct spelling for each picture.
The ‘air’ has blown out of these hot air balloons! Can you put ‘air’ back into the words, read them and match them to the correct baskets?
Can you work out the missing words in these sentences? Clue: They all have the sound /nk/ in them. Write your answers in the crossword grid