Read through the following paragraph. Sometimes you can just spot words that don't look quite right! Can you correct them?
Sometimes it's trickier because the words are homophones. So they may look right - but the spelling is a different meaning. Use a dictionary to check the meaning of these homophones.
Use your work from yesterday to mark my paragraph.
As I walked down the aisle of the supermarket, I herd a peculiar sound echoing of the steel shelves. It couldn't have been... no surely not... we had destroyed it. I know we had. Shrugging off my nerves, I edged further forward, looking for my escape. A fallen section of the ceiling altared my path and lead me passed the forgotten trolleys of those who had already managed to flee. There it was again. There in the distance. There where I new I had to go.
Practise your Year 5 and 6 spelling list.
Big Write! Head over to the English page. Watch those homophones and remember to proof read for spelling errors.