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SPELLING BANK

List of Words for Y4 Spelling Objectives

Isle of Wight Literacy Strategy

Spelling Bank ­ Year 4

YEAR:

4

TERM: 1

OBJECTIVE 5: To spell two-syllable words containing double consonants, e.g. bubble, kettle, common

Contrasting Words diner dinner biter bitter coma comma hoping hopping lady laddy Thematic words Adjectives happy jolly Animals rabbit otter Verbs grabbed bossed Cooking batter carrot Garden apple cherry

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writing taping pole super

written tapping pollen supper

messy funny puppy hippo messed fussed butter coffee willow berry

silly kitten kissed pepper holly

YEAR:

4

TERM: 1

OBJECTIVE 5: To spell two-syllable words containing double consonants, e.g. bubble, kettle, common

High-frequency words common rotten better happy stopped swimming daddy puppy getting silly carry summer funny running written kettle

letter follow penny dinner pillow butter happy

tennis sudden mummy shopping swallow cotton sorry

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YEAR:

4

TERM: 1

OBJECTIVE 6: To distinguish between the spelling and meanings of common homophones, e.g. to/two/too;

they're/their/there; piece/peace

were their be new right through hole are

where we're they're there

you too

yew two

ewe to

bee see sea heard herd knew no know might mite write morning mourning place plaice threw great grate eyes ice whole I eye for four our in inn of have

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YEAR:

4

TERM: 1

OBJECTIVE 7: To spell regular verb endings s, ed, ing (link to grammar work on tenses)

Typical of most words cooks cooked plays played invents invented jumps jumped looks looked shows showed works worked Short vowels drags dragged drops dropped grabs grabbed hugs hugged shops shopped stops stopped

cooking playing inventing jumping looking showing working dragging dropping grabbing hugging shopping stopping

Spelling Bank ­ Year 4

YEAR:

4

TERM: 1

OBJECTIVE 7: To spell regular verb endings s, ed, ing (link to grammar work on tenses)

Ending in e saves saved notes noted explores explored Ending in consonant + y carries carried cries cried marries married relies relied spies spied tries tried fries fried

saving noting exploring carrying crying marrying relying spying trying frying

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YEAR:

4

TERM: 1

OBJECTIVE 7: To spell regular verb endings s, ed, ing (link to grammar work on tenses)

Ending in hissing/buzzing sounds touches touched washes washed buzzes buzzed hisses hissed rushes rushed fixes fixed fizzes fizzed wishes wished

touching washing buzzing hissing rushing fixing fizzing wishing

Spelling Bank ­ Year 4

YEAR:

4

TERM: 1

OBJECTIVE 8: To spell irregular tense changes, e.g.

go/went, can/could

blow grow throw know sing ring drink begin feed meet creep keep sleep sweep weep find wind swim run

blew grew threw knew sang rang drank began fed met crept kept slept swept wept found wound swam ran

think thought eat ate fight fought can could buy bought go went take took is was shake shook are were wear wore have had tear tore does did tell told get got sell sold hear heard rise rose make made write wrote sit sat ride rode shoot shot drive drove teach taught speak spoke catch caught break broke bite bit give gave hide hid see saw send sent dig dug spend spent slide slid bend bent

Spelling Bank ­ Year 4

YEAR:

4

TERM: 1

OBJECTIVE 9: To recognise and spell the suffixes al, ary, ic

arry medical traditional stationary February personal capital dictionary salary seasonal vocal revolutionary missionary exceptional occasional necessary anniversary national sensational library additional ic historic organic supersonic atomic specific traffic horrific metallic angelic epidemic rhythmic

al

Spelling Bank ­ Year 4

YEAR:

4

TERM: 1

OBJECTIVE 9: To recognise and spell the suffixes ship, hood, ness, ment

membership dictatorship craftsmanship childhood neighbourhood knighthood fairness loveliness wickedness fitness foolishness

ship ownership workmanship apprenticeship hood falsehood fatherhood ness kindness silliness childishness worthlessness left-handedness

partnership championship fellowship priesthood motherhood

tidiness nastiness willingness carelessness absentmindedness

Spelling Bank ­ Year 4

YEAR:

4

TERM: 1

OBJECTIVE 9: To recognise and spell the suffixes ship, hood, ness, ment

enjoyment document government statement

ment employment management replacement movement

ornament environment ointment

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YEAR:

4

TERM: 1

OBJECTIVE 14: The ways in which nouns and adjectives, e.g. fix, simple, solid, drama, dead can be made into verbs by use of the suffixes ate, ify, etc; investigate spelling patterns and generate rules to govern the patterns.

Into verbs Into nouns (ate, en, ify, ise) (tion, ity, ness) pollen pollinate educate education note notify dictate dictation elastic elasticate create creation medicine medicate simple simplicity apology apologise able ability standard standardise pure purity length lengthen stupid stupidity deep deepen hard hardness dead deaden happy happiness pure purify mad madness Useful base words for activities clear fertile deaf light solid straight quantity glory category good loose like dark flat appetite horror class poor less mobile

Spelling Bank ­ Year 4

YEAR:

4

TERM: 2

OBJECTIVE 5: To investigate what happens to words ending in f when suffixes are added

F/ves calf elf half leaf loaf self scarf shelf thief wolf calves elves halves leaves loaves selves scarves shelves thieves wolves cuff staff sniff puff stuff cliff surf bluff

ff/s cuffs staffs sniffs puffs stuffs cliffs surfs bluffs

Words ending in e knife knives life lives safe saves wife wives Unusual words belief beliefs

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believe glove curve swerve chief

believes gloves curves swerves chiefs

YEAR:

4

TERM: 2

OBJECTIVE 6: To spell words with the common endings: ight, etc

ight light fight night right bright slight fright tion reaction subtraction electrocution promotion devotion composition ambition ious infectious previous obvious tedious serious glorious curious ial partial special official racial artificial financial social ough bough although through cough rough tough enough

Spelling Bank ­ Year 4

YEAR:

4

TERM: 2

OBJECTIVE 7: To recognise and spell the prefixes: al, etc

ad adjective advise adjacent af affix affluent al almighty always a aloft abide alive away around

adverb advent adjust affable afflict alone altogether another awake aboard afloat apart

admire addition

advance adjoin

affection affirm almost also asleep afield abloom ablaze

affect

already although aground aglitter alert astride

Spelling Bank ­ Year 4

YEAR:

4

TERM: 3

OBJECTIVE 5: To explore the occurrence of certain letters within words, e.g. v and k; deduce some of the conventions for using them at the beginnings, middles and ends of words

v Beginning van vase value valley variety vegetable verb vein veal village visit visa visible Middle river novel saved wives caves diver favour given hover prevent liver savage invent End

none

Spelling Bank ­ Year 4

YEAR:

4

TERM: 3

OBJECTIVE 5: To explore the occurrence of certain letters within words, e.g. v and k; deduce some of the conventions for using them at the beginnings, middles and ends of words

k Beginning kick kill keen keep kept kennel kettle kestrel kiss kit king kerb kitten Middle broken shaken taken tickle pickle choking stoked token crackle stricken chuckle wrinkle ankle End back dock kick trick work pork tank sink wink walk talk milk lurk

Spelling Bank ­ Year 4

YEAR:

4

TERM: 3

OBJECTIVE 5: To explore the occurrence of certain letter

strings, e.g. wa (e.g. swat, water), wo (e.g. worship, won) and ss (e.g. goodness, hiss, missile) within words; deduce some of the conventions for using them at the beginnings, middles and endings of words

wa Beginning was wasp wander war wag warn want wait wage wake wave wash watch wax water wallet

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Middle swamp swallow dwarf swat swarm reward swan towards beware End

none

wo Beginning woman wok women won't would wolf worry woof wound wonder work wobble woke wool word worm

Middle swollen sword swore awoke End two

YEAR:

4

TERM: 3

OBJECTIVE 5: To explore the occurrence of certain letter

strings, e.g. wa (e.g. swat, water), wo (e.g. worship, won) and ss (e.g. goodness, hiss, missile) within words; deduce some of the conventions for using them at the beginnings, middles and endings of words

ss Beginning none

Middle session massive lesson possible missile discussion passion Russian procession possession

End guess process goodness likeness fuss discuss less possess helpless boss hiss miss kiss assess success pass

Spelling Bank ­ Year 4

YEAR:

4

TERM: 3

OBJECTIVE 6: To spell words with common letter strings but different pronunciations, e.g. tough, through, trough,

plough; hour, journey, could, route, four

ough tough trough thorough ear bear earn weary ight light sight height ou out yours route

rough plough through hear hearth fear might tight fight shout would journey

enough thought

cough though

wear dear gear right weight night hour mourn could

learn dreary

bright freight

pour four

Spelling Bank ­ Year 4

YEAR:

4

TERM: 3

OBJECTIVE 6: To spell words with common letter strings but different pronunciations, e.g. tough, through, trough,

plough; hour, journey, could, route, four

au aunt aura cause ice practice spice dice sausage Laura because notice twice apprentice haunt sauce trauma police mice Alice autumn pause

nice rice

Spelling Bank ­ Year 4

YEAR:

4

TERM: 3

OBJECTIVE 7: Collect/classify words with common roots, e.g. advent, invent, prevent, press, pressure, depress, phone, telephone, microphone; investigate origins and meanings

Words derived from other languages

from dec ­ ten from annus ­ year from manus ­ hand decad annual manual deciman anniversary manuscript from graphein ­ from aqua ­ water from mort ­ dead write graph aquarium mortgage photograph aqueduct mortuary from mikros ­ from unus ­ one from roi ­ king small microscope unit royal microlight union royalty from octo ­ eight from insula ­ from presse ­ island press octagon insulation express octupus peninsula pressure from skopein ­ from nun ­ name from voix ­ voice to see telescope noun voice microscope announce vocal

Spelling Bank ­ Year 4

YEAR:

4

TERM: 3

OBJECTIVE 7: Collect/classify words with common roots, e.g. advent, invent, prevent, press, pressure, depress, phone, telephone, microphone; investigate origins and meanings

Words derived from other languages

from ge - earth geology geography from naus ­ ship nausea nautical from specere ­ to look spectator spectrum from dictare ­ to say dictator dictionary from bloc - block blockage blockade from copie ­ plenty copy photocopy

Spelling Bank ­ Year 4

YEAR:

4

TERM: 3

OBJECTIVE 8: To practise extending and compounding words through adding parts, e.g. ful, ly, ive, tion, ic, ist; revise and investigate links between meaning and spelling

ful hopeful hurtful wishful beautiful careful merciful wonderful painful thankful ly quickly secretively thickly jokingly strangely speedily normally wholly curiously ive explosive corrosive expensive relative narrative active decorative furtive massive tion correction construction production variation resurrection creation pollination examination education

Spelling Bank ­ Year 4

YEAR:

4

TERM: 3

OBJECTIVE 8: To practise extending and compounding words through adding parts, e.g. ful, ly, ive, tion, ic, ist; revise and investigate links between meaning and spelling

ic horrific photographic terrific comic energetic scientific acidic ist extremist machinist violinist balloonist instrumentalist specialist stockist allergic manic

artist novelist

Spelling Bank ­ Year 4

YEAR:

4

TERM: 3

OBJECTIVE 9: To recognise and spell the suffixes: ible, able, ive, tion, sion

ible horrible terrible responsible possible edible reversible invincible indestructible susceptible able miserable probable adorable forgivable disposable agreeable enviable identifiable enjoyable valuable breakable reliable ive forgive massive excessive aggressive decisive explosive exclusive expensive native inquisitive competitive motive relative active attractive captive deceptice tion inflation vibration dictation temptation education navigation conservation creation variation pronunciation punctuation communication qualification expectation

Spelling Bank ­ Year 4

YEAR:

4

TERM: 3

OBJECTIVE 9: To recognise and spell the suffixes: ible, able, ive, tion, sion

sion decision corrosion collision

division extension transfusion

supervision television

explosion conclusion

Spelling Bank ­ Year 4

YEAR:

4

TERM: 3

OBJECTIVE 10: To distinguish the two forms: its (possessive, no apostrophe) and it's (contracted `it is') and to use these accurately in own writing

it's

its

Spelling Bank ­ Year 4

YEAR:

4

TERM: 3

OBJECTIVE 11: To investigate compound words and recognise that they can aid spelling even where pronunciation obscures it, e.g. handbag, cupboard

Easy compounds windmill weekend bedroom outside football blackbird tablecloth grasshopper Tricky and curious compounds cloakroom cupboard handkerchief joystick grandmother popcorn goodnight household A selection of base words in to house wards out box farm back star post good school home bath moon man cloak dust any no shine light night god yard room burst tea

everyone anybody database playground starboard blackboard handbag raspberry hold land bin work pot wife grand lord child one time son

thing ground

Spelling Bank ­ Year 4

YEAR:

4

TERM: 3

OBJECTIVE 12: To understand how diminutives are formed, e.g. suffixes: ette; prefixes: mini; adjuectives, e.g. little; nouns, e.g. sapling; and nicknames, e.g.

Jonesy

mini minicomputer miniscule minimum ette brunette kitchenette ling duckling sapling micro microscope microphone Adjectives small less -kin

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miniature minibus Mini car cigarette

miniskirt mini-beasts

majorette

dumpling darling microfilm

gosling weakling microchip

little reduced-nano

tiny low-

YEAR:

4

TERM: 3

OBJECTIVE 12: To understand how diminutives are formed, e.g. suffixes: ette; prefixes: mini; adjuectives, e.g. little; nouns, e.g. sapling; and nicknames, e.g.

Jonesy

Curiosities Itsy-bitsy baby pocket-sized

teeny-weenie puss-cat tich

junior diddums

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