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Transition Words Used as a transition words in sentences or paragraphs. Used as a transition words in sentences or paragraphs. Used as a transition words in sentences or paragraphs. Used as a transition words in sentences or paragraphs. Used as a transition words in sentences or paragraphs. Older Children
A-Proofed Grammar Test your grammar and spelling A word or phrase that means exactly or nearly the same as another word or phrase in the same language. The marks, such as full stop, comma, and brackets, used in writing to separate sentences and their elements and to clarify meaning. Communication by exchanging letters/emails. Exaggerated statements or claims not meant to be taken literally. A set of letters or other characters with which one or more languages are written. Very Difficult
Tenses Galore! present tense of chose. participle of choose. present tense of was. participle of draw. participle of be. Older Children
Suffixes - 1 Pain. Dissolving; reducing; loosening . Medical specialty . (Level of) oxygen. Breathing. Big
Prefixes Against; opposite . Over; excess; increased; abnormally high. Four. Same. Through. Big
Spelling opposite of far. to put on clothes. you listen with this. work to be done. a sweet fruit. Young Kids
Verbs The simple future tense of think is ______ think.. The simple past tense form for the word jump.. The continuous past tense 1st and 2nd person plural (we,they) of skip is _____ skipping.. The continuous future tense of hop is will be _______.. The perfect continuous present tense 3rd person of sing is has ________ singing.. Older Children
It Happened Yesterday Past Tense Verbs It was still dark when I ______ up.. The author ________ at my school.. My father ________ me to school.. Last summer I _______ to the beach.. I was in a hurry and _______ my pencil.. Older Children
French Words WARM. THANK YOU. AFRAID. ENGLISH. GOOD MORNING. Hard
Homophones near. hurt or ill. not two or too. I like big 's and I cannot lie. to lessen or moderate. Easy
Spelling Words Complete the Crossword A word starting with 'f' and ending with 'ous'. Definition:a difficult, unpleasant or embarrassing situation. Synonym:funny. Synonym: boring, tedious. A word that starts with 'e' and end in 'in'. Hard
Short Words The laziest female dog we know. The thing right in the middle of your face. Something that dries you. Another word for shrub. 'Man's best friend'. Hard
Short Words 'Man's best friend'. A type of shoe worn during the winter. The food that chickens give us. The source of our oxygen. There are 5 on each foot. Simple
Homophones I ...... animals. I have barbecue ......... in my burger. I ..... dimondes in minecraft. I ......... my own buisness. Today I will give my .......... to the new rules. Big
Happy Homophones I like on my chips.. The is a noisy instrtument.. The dove is a of peace.. I paid a for my new bike. I took a green out of the fruit bowl.. Hard
Homophones I don't know ........... coloured paint to use for my art progect.. I paid in my ............... at the bank.. I was .................... today because I did not have any work to do.. The .............forecast was ment to be snowing today.. Kings and Queens .......................... over us.. Big
Homophones Harry Potter didn't die in______.. Jeff had some hot _________ with his burger.. A _______ is a percussion instrument. The _________ meant fun.. If it is over £50 you pay with a ________.. Hard
Spelling Any Power of Feeling. The Act of a Search. Non Transparent. Pertaining to Biology. Prescription Medicine. Older Children
Homophones Something a bird did . Something you wear on your wrist. Something you put on your fingers. Used in mechanical pencils. Color. Older Children
Sports You need black and white ball ,you can only use your feet.. You need skates ,ice rink, a brown ball. You need a horse,a ball and a club. You need racket ,yellow small ball and 2 players. You need brown ball .You must very tall. Older Children
WORDS BEGIINING WITH PREFIX FORE A feeling that something bad is about to happen.. The part of the arm between the elbow and wrist.. Accestor, a person af an earlier period.. One of the front feet of an animal with four feet.. Index finger.. Big
aw words It is a rule that you have to follow made by the government.. You use this to drink out of a cup.. The bottom part of your mouth.. We _____ a tiger at the zoo.. A large bird. Older Children
Talk the Talk: Baseball Lingo A play in which the batter makes it safely around all bases and back to home plate without stopping.. The official who judges the legality of individual plays and who otherwise enforces the rules of the game.. A defensive play in which two offensive players are put out as a result of one continuous action.. Two games played in immediate succession.. A fair fly ball which can be caught by an infielder with ordinary effort, while first and second, or first, second and third bases are occupied before the second out.. Hard
'kn' & 'wr' Spelling Words You do this when you bend down and put your weight on your knee.. Something that is twisted or woven into a circular shape.. You do this when you use yarn and needles to create something new.. This is the place between your hand and your arm.. You use this to open a door.. Older Children
Vocabulary particularly, precisely, specially. Alzheimer’s disease, derangement, mental disorder. A person or thing that is believed to bring bad luck. An artistic performer or athlete whose leading role or superior performance is acknowledged. to keep or hold in the mind; maintain; entertain. Hard
ou and ow words 'ou' and 'ow' words What you hear. Not very quiet. You get this when you're naughty. You dry yourself with this. A little squeaky creature. Older Children
More Homophones A pickled _______ is bright red in color.. To stop the horse pull back on the ______.. If the road is clear you can turn _____ on a red light.. Your mom brought you ______ lunch.. I saw my ______ when I stood on the scale.. Easy
Abstract nouns A quality possessed by very intelligent people __________________________. A feeling of great potential and positivity about the future ________________________. An emotion felt when very angry ______________________________. A quality possessed by those who are kind and compassionate _________________________. An emotion felt when extremetly excited about something __________________________. Older Children
Silent letters: w, wr, mb, kn, gn part of an arm. to be stuck. a sharp instrument. has no feeling. used to smooth hair. Easy
Homophones clothes. place. one place to another. what we breathe. they own. Easy
Verbs POMAGAC. SLYSZEC. ROZUMIEC. JESC. MYSLEC. Easy
Compound Words breakfast food served with butter and syrup. to be unable to do something. Not yes or no but _________________.. sport where a ball and bat are used. Once ________ a time.. Big
Verbs To say something to someone as a question which you want them to answer. To put liquid into your mouth and swallow it. To produce words, letters, or numbers on a surface using a pen or pencil:. To do, test, taste, etc something to discover if it works or if you like it. To offer something for people to buy. Easy
Adjectives Feeling sure about your own ability to do things and be successful.. Feeling worried or nervous.. a strong desire to know about something.. Shy or ashamed, especially in a social situation... Very interested.. Older Children
Tricky Spelling Words The .............................. surrounded the garden and gave protection to wildlife.. The car suddenly ............................... before it hit the flood waters.. 'I have had .................... to eat thank you' the child said politely.. The angry customer ............................... about waiting for service.. There were ......................... ducks. That was one more than a dozen.. Older Children
Silent 'w' Words of, relating to, or belonging to whom or which. to what or which person. a circle of leaves or flowers bound together to be hung on doors, etc.. the joint between the hand and arm. a small fold or crease. Big
'au' and 'war' All the answers to the clues are words with the spelling pattern 'au' or 'war' that make the vowel sound 'aw' Neil Armstrong, for example.. To stop someone from doing something. A distressing or disturbing experience. The process of washing clothes. One of Snow White's seven. Big
Earth EnvironmentalVocabulary Energy derived from the heat in the interior of the earth. . Use more than once. . Energy-saving light.. A cell that converts solar energy into electrical energy.. A single identifiable localized source of air, water, thermal, noise or light pollution.. Hard
Words that start with B YOU PUT MONEY IN YOUR. YOU CLEAN YOUR TEETH WITH A. WHAT YOU PUT CEREAL AND MILK IN. IT FLOATS IN THE WATER. ITS ROUND AND YOU BOUNCE IT. Simple
Add 'ing' sneeze. drive. cry. book. ride. Older Children
Predicate Adjective - Select the predicate adjective from the sentences and place them in the corresponding blanks. Lucy was brave.. The young girls were lovely.. He is very mean. . Brooke was cool.. Zach was friendly to me.. Older Children
Please Pass the Maple Syrup Vocabulary related to the making of maple syrup breakfast food made of flour, eggs and water that you pour maple syrup onto. building where sap is boiled and turned into syrup. liguid that carries food to all parts of the tree. large metal tank in which sap is boiled and turned into syrup. space without anything in it. Older Children
Add 'ing' climb. kick. break. surf. run. Older Children
Vocabulary the study of life and living things. the smallest continent. continent that is home to the Sahara Desert. continent above Africa. live. Big
Vocabulary violently; maliciously . irritated; provoke; irked. useless. uncertainly. suggested plan. Hard
Add 'ing' forgive. wear. sell. think. buy. Big
Words At Work A play without words in which actors express themselves with gestures. Disease spread over an entire county, continent, or the world. Complete chaos. A wide unbroken view of the surrounding regions. In actual contact without seperation . Hard
Words with Double Consonants made unclean or impure; contaminated; tainted. a natural body that revolves around a planet; a moon. . distributed or occurring here and there at irregular intervals; scattered. pertaining to or having the nature of a torrent. appealing to or engaging the intellect. Big
Words with EX Write the word in the squares that matches the meaning. to leave a place. the pipe where gas or steam comes out of a vehicle. connected with the outside of the body. covering a large area. to use a lot of time in order to do something. Big
Add 'ing' prepare. tell. fight. plant. come. Hard
 
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