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Guess the spelling rule! What do these words have in common? For each, copy the words and try writing down the rule. a)made, afraid, play, weight, grey, steak b)these, please, three, chief, ceiling, machine c)fine, type, die, goodbye, buy, eye d)go, road, show, although, sewn e)rude, spoon, do, screw f)fortune, Tuesday, few, neutral
Long Vowel Rule Copy this into your jotter: A long vowel makes the same sound as when your read the letter (a, e, i, o, u). A long vowel sound can be made by the letter on its own or by putting two or three letters together. E.g. The long vowel sound in the word made can also be spelled using other letters, as in maid or may, or sleigh, or break, or convey.
Extension Work Copy these tables into your jotter. As far as possible add at least one other word of your own into each column. Do not use words that we have already looked at! Long Vowel sound a aaiayeieyea shadepaidsayweighpreysteak
Long Vowel sound e eeaeeieeii weteamfeetachieveweirdravine Long Vowel sound i iyieyeuyey highhypepiegoodbyebuyeye
Long Vowel sound o ooaowoughew bonetoadlowthoughsew Long Vowel sound u (oo) uoooew crudenoonwhogrew
Long Vowel sound u (yoo) uueeweu futureargueeweneutral