Spelling and Vocabulary Zone (RWI)


Spelling words for everyone. 5.11.18

to
too
two
they're
their
there
which
witch
your
you're


Spelling words. 15.10.18
Lions
Please learn these words for next week.

flavourless
deceitful
achievement
definitely
momentary
imaginary
generosity
embarrassment
nutritious
accommodation


Vocabulary challenge: irrepressible, accomplishment, indomitability
Don’t forget with your vocabulary words you are expected to be able to write them in a sentence to demonstrate that you understand the meaning of the words.




Spelling words. 15.10.18
Tigers
Please learn these words for next week.

careless
hopeful
lateness
meanness
secondly
cloudy
enjoy
enjoyment
rare
rarely

Vocabulary challenge: irrepressible, accomplishment, indomitability
Don’t forget with your vocabulary words you are expected to be able to write them in a sentence to demonstrate that you understand the meaning of the words.





Spelling words. 8.10.18

Please learn these words for next week.


persuaded

appreciating

disappointed

appointment

calculated

announcement

parliamentary

prescription

unidentified

yacht


Vocabulary challenge: procrastinate, resignation, encyclopedia

Don’t forget with your vocabulary words you are expected to be able to write them in a sentence to demonstrate that you understand the meaning of the words.

Spelling words. 8.10.18

Please learn these words for next week.


persuade

appreciate

persuading

appreciating

calculate

calculated

tasted

joker

cycle

cycling


Vocabulary challenge: procrastinate, resignation, encyclopedia

Don’t forget with your vocabulary words you are expected to be able to write them in a sentence to demonstrate that you understand the meaning of the words.




Spelling words. 1.10.18

Please learn these words for next week.
thoroughly
although
borough
doughnut
overwrought
accidentally
occasionally
especially
though
naturally


Vocabulary challenge:  credibility, inevitable, monumental
Don’t forget with your vocabulary words you are expected to be able to write them in a sentence to demonstrate that you understand the meaning of the words.



 Spelling words. 1.10.18


Please learn these words for next week.
rough
though
thought
tough
accident
lonely
although
occasion
natural
naturally


Vocabulary challenge:  credibility, inevitable, monumental
Don’t forget with your vocabulary words you are expected to be able to write them in a sentence to demonstrate that you understand the meaning of the words.

























Spelling words. 24.9.18

Please learn these words for next week.

beginner
beginning
forgetting
forgotten
prefer
preferred
actual
actually
limiting
limited

Vocabulary challenge: idyllic, intricate, rural
Don’t forget with your vocabulary words you are expected to be able to write them in a sentence to demonstrate that you understand the meaning of the words.


Spelling words. 24.9.18

Please learn these words for next week.

approximately
extremely
frequently
referring
sincerely
immediately
illuminating
embarrassing
accidentally
independently


Vocabulary challenge:  idyllic, intricate, rural
Don’t forget with your vocabulary words you are expected to be able to write them in a sentence to demonstrate that you understand the meaning of the words.




Spelling words. 18.9.18


Please learn these words for next week.

yawning
sprinting
processing
floated
asked
lightning
excruciating
observed
neater
improving

Vocabulary challenge: appeasement, collaboration, disarmament


Don’t forget with your vocabulary words you are expected to be able to write them in a sentence to demonstrate that you understand the meaning of the words. 



















Spelling words. 10.9.18


This week we are asking you to learn vocabulary that links to our World War Two topic. Please learn these words for next week.

rationing
evacuee
evacuation
propaganda
bombing
invasion
Allies
shelter
soldier
billeting officer

Vocabulary challenge:  Blitzkrieg, Abhorrent, Dictator

Don’t forget that with your vocabulary words you are expected to be able to write them in a sentence to demonstrate that you understand the meaning of the words.


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