Spellings for this week:
Revisit sounds spelt ‘-le’ at the end of words, for example:
bottle, muddle, little.
Tell your child that another spelling of this phoneme is ‘-el’.
Give your child a set of word cards and a chart headed ‘-le’ and ‘-el’. For example:
Ask them to read each word card and then put it into either the ‘-le’ or ‘-el’ column on the chart.
Some of these words have their endings missed off. Can you choose the correct ending to complete the word? ( '-le' or '-el')
The ending '-le' is the most common one to use after these letters:
b c d f g k p st t z
This gives you these letter patterns:
ble cle dle fle gle kle ple stle tle zle
The '-le' ending is never used after these letters:
m n r v w