Spelling Patterns

A popular collection of free, printable spelling resources and great ideas to use in your spelling lessons. 

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7 - 11

Code Breakers (le words)

A code breaking activity, aimed at Year 3 children, requiring children to explore words with the le ending.
5 - 7
Medial Vowels

Medial Vowels

Two fantastic Powerpoint presentations which can be used with children as part of your work on medial vowels. The second version is slightly more challenging.
2 - 5

Magic Bag

Help children to learn their initial sounds by using a magic bag.
7 - 11
Compound Words

Compound Words

A practical resource which develops children's understanding (and ability to create) compound words.
5 - 11

Phonic Clouds

An activity to enhance phonics skills, containing instructions and an example.
7 - 11
Palindromes Resources

Palindromes Resources

Palindromes are words or sentences that read the same forwards and backwards (e.g Hannah, kayak, race car). Here are some teaching ideas and resources to teach children about palindromes:
5 - 7
CVC Sheet

CVC Sheet

A handy activity sheet that children can use to revise CVC words.
2 - 5

Phonic Wheels

A set of Phonic Wheels for use with reception children.
2 - 5

Snowman Alphabet

Match upper and lower case letters using this fun technique.
5 - 11
Spelling Tips Posters

Spelling Tips Posters

Printable posters to help children to remember the spelling of some tricky words!
5 - 7
Initial and End Sounds

Initial and End Sounds

A page that requires children to complete the initial and end sounds in each word.
7 - 11
Plurals Loop Cards

Plurals Loop Cards

A set of loop cards which help children to review regular and irregular plurals.
2 - 5

Teach Croaker

Help little Croaker to learn his sounds!
2 - 5
Initial Sounds

Initial Sounds

A wonderful interactive Powerpoint presentation which teaches children about initial sounds.
2 - 16
Spelling Banner

Spelling Banner

Create a spelling display board in your classroom and use our Spelling banner as part of it!