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Friday 19th November

This week’s spellings all have a /ch/ sound at the end which is spelled ‘ture’.

 

creature

furniture

picture

nature

adventure

capture

future

sculpture

fracture

mixture

 

 

Friday 8th October - Friday 15th October

The digraph ‘ou’ which is pronounced /u/ is only found in the middle of words. Think of words with an /u/ sound and write down any that you say with the ‘ou’ digraph in!

touch

double

country

trouble

young

cousin

enough

encourage

flourish

couple

Thursday 30th September - Friday 9th October

 

The digraph ou’ is pronounced as /ow/ This sound is most common in the middle of words and sometimes at the start. It is rare at the end of words where the ‘ow’ spelling is usually found (e.g. cow).

 

mouth

around

sprout

sound

spout

ouch

hound

trout

found

proud

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