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Spelling Sentences- ‘le’ sounds like ‘ul’ or ‘el’

December 3rd, 2015 by and tagged ,

Even though I find  it easy to use an article in my writing, some people may struggle. Confused, I saw the enormous Christmas tree, it looked like a colossal triangle, but it didn’t look big compared to the ice rink next to it. The outdoor obstacle course made me tremble, it consisted of swimming, climbing […]

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December 2nd, 2015 by and tagged ,

1]  Mrs Duxbury pulled me to the side, I was terrified as she had a bulging red face that was about to burst with anger as she started her conversation . 2]   Mrs Duxbury explained to us that we are not allowed to use a dictionary for our sats! 3]  The aliens surrounded are city I cried,”They […]

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Spelling Sentences

December 2nd, 2015 by and tagged ,

1] I let out a giant chuckle as the balloon floated round the humid room after being inflated. 2] Slowly, the trickle of the water dripped down the window pane after an enormous storm hit Bury. 3]   Slimy and grotesque ,the worm wriggled along the soggy leaves desperate to escape the giant beast that hovered […]

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Spelling words -le-

December 2nd, 2015 by and tagged ,

Surprised and happy, the young boy had a little chuckle at the message he received on his phone. The dirty black gutter, which was broken, let water trickle out onto the lady that was waiting patiently at the bus stop. The yellow meal worm has to wriggle its way though the leaves. Running late for school, I […]

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Spelling sentences- tion

December 2nd, 2015 by and tagged ,

Mrs Higson and Mrs Duxbury were having a serious conversation, whilst the class worked hard. “Use a dictionary!” Mrs Duxbury explained. “Were is my invitation” Mrs Higson said sarcastically. “Attention!” the Major said, whilst the soldiers raised their hand to their head. The young boy caused a commotion by crying in the middle of the […]

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December 2nd, 2015 by and tagged ,

The politician proved he was a kid at heart when he played with a bubble. 2. There are many ways you can choose how to make crumble pie but you have to be careful. 3. Why do you all ways meddle with my work? Why do you always meddle? 4. I have a green door […]

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Spellings Group 2 List 8- ‘Le’ sounds like ‘ul’ or ‘el’

December 2nd, 2015 by and tagged ,

Secretly, the two obstreperous boys started to chuckle away at the strict teacher, who had just told them off. The man, who was wearing a balaclava, started to sprint after me. What was I going to do? I could feel a tear trickle down my face. Suspiciously, the unrecognisable figure ambled closer to me, as I […]

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My spelling words- lesounds like ul or el.

November 30th, 2015 by and tagged ,

Annoyed and confused, the boy started to struggle trying to undo the knot. Slowly, Betty read the boring article waiting for her doctor to call her. “Why are you persons here,” read Marcus, a year one child. ” Markus you have used persons wrongs it should be ‘ why are you people here” Mrs Hugh corrected […]

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Spelling sentences

November 30th, 2015 by and tagged ,

He gave a soft chuckle when his cute little baby sister stuck her tongue out. Quietly, the two monsters crept up behind me the vampire had a trickle of bright red on the side of his mouth. Slowly, the sticky and slimy worm wriggled into the deep dark home. Cautiously, my five year old brother […]

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Spellings

November 29th, 2015 by and tagged ,

Santa’s chuckle was loud and infectious, it brought big happy smiles to everyone’s faces. The  miserable rain trickled down the window pain which was full of condensation. The young boy saw a grotesque worm  wriggle out  of the moist,  rotting  undergrowth. Sadly,the boy didn’t get the bicycle he wanted,  but he still appreciated and liked the […]

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