Spelling

This section has lots of great ideas and printable resources to support spelling in your classroom.

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5 - 11

CH, SH or TH

Do your children know which spelling pattern goes into the gaps?
7 - 11

Long E and Short A

A list of spellings linked to the Long E and Short A sounds.
5 - 11

OO, EE or EA

Which spelling pattern goes with which word?
7 - 11

Spell Well Activities

A selection of activities which can be used to help children to improve their spelling.
5 - 11
OW, OU or OA

OW, OU or OA

Can children work out the correct spelling for each of the words given?
7 - 11
Suffixes worksheet

Suffixes worksheet

Write a suffix in the central shape. It is then the children's task to find as many words as they can which have that suffix.
7 - 16
Scrabble Club Banner

Scrabble Club Banner

Do you have a Scrabble club in your school? You can use our free display banner on a Scrabble Club display board.
5 - 11
Suffixes and Prefixes

Suffixes and Prefixes

Two posters explaining all about suffixes and prefixes.
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:
2 - 5

Teach Croaker

Help little Croaker to learn his sounds!
5 - 11
Common Words Bingo

Common Words Bingo

A set of bingo cards which can be used to help children with spelling of the first 100 common words.
5 - 7
Making words with I, O and U

Making words with I, O and U

A worksheet in which Year One children have to complete the words provided.
7 - 11

Correct the Homophones

Use this worksheet to reinforce your children's knowledge of homophones.
2 - 5

Snowman Alphabet

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

Transformations

A fun game that can be used to help children think about spelling.