Learn Spelling Rules Challenge 3
When you add a suffix, like ‘ing’, to a verb ending with a vowel, the ‘e’ is dropped. The ‘i’ works like ‘e’ and you don’t need both of them.
In this pack Zoggy helps children to drop the ‘e’ sound when adding a suffix ending, like ing. For example, drive – driving and skate – skating. These pages provide practice to help remember the rule.
With ‘Learn Spelling Rules Packs’ spelling need not be dull. These work packs can be used at school or at home, to reinforce spelling rules in a fun way.
Our character, Zoggy, the friendly alien, is a genius when it comes to spelling. He encourages the children to join him in his spelling workout. In other words, they must train and learn the spelling rules.
These packs consist of challenges in spelling, focusing on words formed using spelling rules. For example, dropping ‘e’ in words like ‘take’ to make ‘taking’. Each pack focuses on a different rule and the packs may be used in any order.
These packs are essential to help correct common errors in spelling. They also help avoid bad habits forming in spelling.
Each pack contains lots of practice to help the children remember the rules.