Here are the spelling words for the three groups. i have set a quiz as a ‘2do’ on Purple Mash for each group to practise their spellings.
The children have brought home a spelling activity booklet this week to make sure that they have the opportunity to practise the words they most commonly use in their writing.
Here are the main spellings this week. Again, your child may bring home additional or different spellings to practise.
I have set a quiz as a ‘2do’ on Purple Mash
Our class spellings this week are taken from the Statutory spelling list for Year 3. Your child may have additional or different spellings to practise at home depending on what their current spelling target is.
I have set a quiz on Purple Mash as a ‘2do’
The website below is a useful resource to help p[practise spellings:
You can of course practise any spellings from the previous year group if there are any spelling patterns your child finds particularly difficult.
Here are our weekly spellings:
I have set a quiz as a ‘2do’ on Purple Mash. Some children may have additional spellings to learn.
This is the spelling pattern we are focusing on this week. I have set a quiz as a 2do on Purple Mash. Some children may bring home personalised spellings for example, words from the Year 2 spelling list which they are not yet confident spelling.
This week our spelling focus is words ending in -cian
I have set a quiz as a ‘2do’ on Purple Mash.
Some children are practising words containing the ‘o split digraph’, they will bring these spellings home to practise: