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Look up these words in the dictionary and write down what they mean. Practise spelling each word by looking at it, covering it over, writing it on a separate piece of paper, then checking if you were right.
Can you complete this crossword with words which contain the the suffix -ary? Read the clues below to work out what the words are.
Each of these words ending in -ment is hidden in the wordsearch below. Can you find them and insert them into the sentences below?
Can you cut out the -ness words and some sentences which define them and match them up correctly?
The present tense is used for an action that is taking place now. The past tense is used for an action that has already happened (this could be yesterday or a hundred years ago). Although many English verbs form their past tense by adding the suffix -ed, some do not. These are called irregular verbs. Can you write the past tense for each of these verbs and then learn how to spell them?
You’re writing a story about a character exploring an imaginary world. What do they experience in your magical land? Try to include as many powerful verbs as you can. Use the box below to help you!
When you use the suffix -able, it is to change a verb into an adjective. For verbs ending in ‘e’, take the ‘e’ off before adding -able. For verbs ending in ‘y’, change the ‘y’ to an ‘i’ before adding -able. Can you spell these words with the -able suffix attached?
Read these questions words then use the words to write some questions. Don’t forget to include your question marks!
Can you write some questions in the speech bubbles using the ‘wh words’ to help? Don’t forget your question marks!
A definition is a description of what a word means. Dictionaries are collections of definitions. Can you fill in the chart giving definitions for the words? The first one is done for you.
Cut out the shape below. Fold along the lines and stick the flaps to make a word endings cube. Take turns to roll the dice and write down a word that ends with that spelling pattern. Compete with another player to see who can think of the most words! How many words can you think of? Write them in the table!
Commas can be used to separate items that you are listing in a sentence. Can you turn these long lists into sentence lists? Don’t forget your commas!
The two different ways of spelling this word are for two different meanings. If you’re talking about the place there it’s THERE. If it’s something belonging to someone (e.g. their house) it’s THEIR. Remember the difference by thinking there has the word 'here' in it. See if you can put the correct spelling of their/ there into these sentences.
Speech marks come at the beginning and end of spoken words when we write them down. Remember to include any commas, question marks or exclamation marks inside your speech marks. Have a go at putting the speech marks in the correct place in these sentences. Then write some things YOU might say. Don’t forget the speech marks!
Can you think of some synonyms for these words? Synonyms are words with similar or identical meanings. You can look for synonyms in a special reference book called a thesaurus.
Can you continue this conversation between Harry and Thenusha using the correct rules for reported speech? Remember to start each character’s speech on a new line. Use “ to open the speech. End the speech with !, ? or , and use ” to close the speech. Use a reporting clause (a verb like said, whispered or announced).
A word can be changed from a noun into an adjective by adding a -y on the end. Can you complete these sentences with the missing adjectives?
When we compare something to something else using the words ‘like’ or ‘as’, this is called a simile. Authors use similes to give people a picture of what they are writing. Finish these sentences about an abandoned house using really effective similes. Remember, this house is supposed to be creepy!
You have found a mysterious egg. Suddenly it hatches and something pops out! Write a few notes (not full sentences) to describe how this happens and where you go and what you do with the creature who comes out of the egg. Use the powerful verbs box below to help you.