Expand your vocabulary and improve your spellling by trying our range of activities.
The ‘sh’ sound (/ʃ/) can be spelled with the letters ‘sh’, but do you know other letters that we can use? These activities look at other ways to spell ‘sh’.
Would you like to know more about places in the UK and how to spell them? Do these activities and improve your spelling.
Can you spell ‘bus’, or ‘car’ or ‘ticket’? Practise spelling different types of transport in these activities.
What do you notice about these words; ‘no’ and ‘know’ - ‘by’ and ‘buy’? Their pronunciation is the same, but the spelling is different. Words like these are called ‘homophones’. These activities help you to learn and practise 24 of them.
Would you like to improve your spelling? These activities will give you lots of practise in spelling some free time activities. How many of the 18 words can you spell correctly?
Some words lose a final ‘e’ (e.g. hope > hoping). But some words keep the ‘e’ (e.g. hope > hopeful). Do you know the spelling rules for when to lose the final ‘e’?
Would you like to improve your spelling? These activities will give you lots of practise in spelling some countries. How many of the words can you spell correctly?
Learn about the ‘i’ before ‘e’ except after ‘c’ rule. Do these activities and improve your spelling.