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Below are a selection of spelling activities. They range in ability so please choose the appropriate level for your child. Most children should be on the Year 1 and 2 spellings, however some children will still need to complete the year 1 activity book while others have moved on to the year 3 and 4 spelling list. You should be able to judge where your children are at based on their spelling cards in their basic knowledge wallets. If you feel that your child is ready to move on to the next level that's great. 


Please don't complete all activities in one week, there are enough activities to last for the first half of the summer term. we would normal complete one dictation/ task a week.

If your child finds reading and spelling challenging, they may need some phonics practice. This will be particularly necessary if your child has not yet reached reading level 2.4. You can find this level in their reading record.


Phonics goes up in phases from 1-6. Your child may need to work from the beginning or you may just find they need a quick revision of certain sounds. Below are some resources to help your child practise their phonics at home with your help. You can also log into bug club where there are lots of resources for practising phonics! You will find your child's bug club login in their reading record.

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