Week 1 Spellings: Year 5 and 6 first list.

Please find below the first spelling list. In Oak Class we use “Look, say, cover, write and check” to help us learn our spellings. The children have been using this method each day at school. A little and often will help them to retain the words rather than trying to cram the whole list. Please remember the first list is from the Year 5 and 6 statutory word list, successive weeks will be taken from a variety of patterns.

We will have our spelling test every Wednesday afternoon.

First Year 5 and 6 list

Spellings Week 12 Friday 6th December 2019

These are our spellings for the week:

This week’s spellings: “Prefix with hyphens and root,” words.

  Wednesday Thursday Friday Sunday Monday
Co-operate          
Co-educate          
Co-ordinate          
Co-existence          
Co-starring          
Co-education          
Co-ordination          
Co-operation          
Re-entry          
Re-emerge          
Re-ignite          
Re-tell          
Re-invent          
Re-election          
Re-occupy          
Re-occur          

You should use the following to learn your spellings:

Look  Say  Cover  Write  Check

Only write out one column a night… not all at once.

 

Week 8 Spellings 8.11.2019

This week the children have been set the second list from the Year 5 and 6 statutory spelling list.

The children also have to select 8 words and write a sentence with each word in it.

These are the spellings:

This week’s spellings: “Year 5 and 6” words.

 
Communicate          
Community          
Competition          
Conscience          
Conscious          
Controversy          
Convenience          
Correspond          
Criticise          
Curiosity          
Definite          
Desperate          
Determined          
Develop          
Disastrous          
Environment          

You should use the following to learn your spellings:


Look  Say  Cover  Write  Check

Only write out one column a night… not all at once.

Spelling list Week 5

The spelling list for this week is as follows:

“IBLE” and “ABLE” suffixes.

  1. Horrible
  2. Terrible
  3. Possible
  4. Edible
  5. Reversible
  6. Invincible
  7. Legible
  8. Incredible
  9. Sensible
  10. Forgivable
  11. Disposable
  12. Enjoyable
  13. Valuable
  14. Breakable
  15. Identifiable
  16. Reliable
  17. Respectable
  18. Adorable

The children should use “look, say, cover, write and check” each day to help them learn them. I follow them up Wednesday, Thursday and Friday with a spelling activity.

The test will be next Wednesday 9th October