assent

accommodate

blemish

accommodate

committee

embarrass

emigrate

exaggerate

excavate

success

suggest

suit

superior

Year 6 enjoyed their Christmas Lunch today! 

This is a surprise challenge… should you choose to accept!

 

Click on the link to find out more…

 

https://summerreadingchallenge.org.uk/news/general/join-the-christmas-mini-challenge

Year 6 had a great time getting together this morning!#cooperationandcollaboration

Aisle  /  Isle

Aloud / Allowed

Affect /  Effect

Altar / Alter

Died / Dyed

Eliminate

Illuminate

Farther / father

Guessed / Guest

Heard / Herd

Led / Lead

These words are all homophones. This means that they sound the same but are spelled differently. These words are often confused so please learn the meanings as well as the spellings. Your learning objective is to know when to use these words as well as how to spell them.

mourning   /   morning

past   /   passed

proceed  / precede

principle  / principal

profit  /  prophet

stationery / stationary

steal / steel

wary / weary

who’s / whose

 

 

These spellings are all homophones – they sound the same but are spelled differently according to the context in which they are used.

bridal

bridle

cereal

serial

compliment

complement

descent

dissent

desert

dessert

disinterested

uninterested

draft

draught

Good afternoon Year 6,

Here are your spellings for next Friday:

 

  • Ought
  • Bought
  • Thought
  • Nought
  • Rough
  • Tough
  • Enough
  • Cough
  • Though
  • Although
  • Dough
  • Through
  • Thorough
  • Borough
  • Plough

 

Good luck chaps!

 

Mr C

Good afternoon Year 6!

 

These are you spellings for next week…

  • Ought
  • Bought
  • Thought
  • Nought
  • Rough
  • Tough
  • Enough
  • Cough
  • Though
  • Although
  • Dough
  • Through
  • Thorough
  • Borough
  • Plough

 

Good luck!

Good afternoon Year 6,

 

Here are your spellings for next week – 3rd October.

 

Enjoy!

  • Forcible
  • Legible
  • Possible
  • Horrible
  • Terrible
  • Visible
  • Incredible
  • Eligible
  • Illegible

For extra house points, use these words in a sentence whilst commenting below!

 

Good luck!

 

Mr Clayton

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