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Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar (SPaG)

** Please note, you do not need to print any activities added here. You can adapt the activity to suit you. E.g. Record your sentences on the computer, in a book or on any piece of scrap paper.

 

Each week a new video/PP presentation link will be added to accompany a new Grammar task. Please watch the video and then complete the activity below. 

Summer 2- Spelling activities Week 6

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Summer 2- Spelling activities Week 2

Summer 2- Spelling activities Week 1

7. Adding the suffix -est Wk bg: 22/06/2020
6. Adding the suffix -est Wk bg: 15/06/2020
5. Adding the suffix -er to adjectives Wk bg: 08/06/2020

Adding er and est

Miss Samantha explains the rules for adding er and est to adjectives

4. Change each word to the plural adding s or es Wk bg: 01/06/2020

Nessy Spelling Strategy | Plurals -s -es | Learn to Spell

What is a plural? Why do some plurals end in 's' and others in 'es'? The Plural-a-tor has the answers! ► Subscribe: http://bit.ly/2b6maxS ► Visit our website...

3. Adding the suffix -ing Wk bg: 18/05/2020

Adding the suffix -ing to a verb to make a new word.

Miss Samantha explains the rules for adding the suffix -ing to verbs

2. Full stops, question marks and capital letters Wk bg: 11/05/2020

When to Use a Question or Exclamation mark - Please note Year 1 a 'period' is the American English name given to a full stop.

Where do question and exclamation marks go? At the end of the sentence! Use ! to show more excitement and ? to ask a question. Help with grammar and punctuat...

Full stops, question marks and capital letters.

1. Adding the suffix -ed  Wk bg: 04/05/2020

Nessy Reading Strategy | Adding '-ed' | Past Tense Verbs | Learn to Read

The past tense refers to things that have already happened. When talking about the past, regular verbs have 'ed' on the end of them. Learn why 'ed' sends ver...

Adding the suffix -ed