Spellings for week beginning Monday 12th March

This week Year 5 are revising spellings from the autumn term.
1 If the root word ends ‘ce’ the ‘e’ is dropped and ‘ious’ is added to form the adjective;
2 The ‘shul’ sound spelt ‘cial’ is commonly used after a vowel;
3 If the suffix follows a hard ‘c’ or ‘g’ it is ‘ant’.
 
1. spacious
2. gracious
3. vicious
4. malicious
5. officious
6. facial
7. special
8. official
9. social
10. crucial
11. vacant
12. elegant
13. significant
14. arrogant
15. lubricant
 
 
This week Year 6 are revising spellings from the autumn term.
1 ‘non’ means ‘not’. When added as a prefix it will give the word the opposite meaning;
2 The prefix ‘re’ means ‘again’. Think of ‘repeat’;
3 The compound adjectives are two or more words that together describe a noun.
 
1. non-stick
2. non-slip
3. non-drip
4. non-stop
5. non-fiction
6. re-act
7. re-press
8. re-sign
9. re-form
10. re-cover
11. long-term
12. fire-proof
13. hot-water
14. free-range
15. part-time