Spelling patterns: doubling a letter and adding -ed / -ing

Spelling patterns: doubling a letter and adding -ed / -ing
With some three-letter verbs, if you need to add -ed or -ing, you need to double the last letter. This rule is followed whenever the verb has a short vowel followed by a consonant. Read this passage aloud, then write down each coloured word. Check the words and then learn to spell any you get wrong.
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Key stage: Year 2, KS1