‘Two Pieces Of Pie’. Revise soft ‘c’ (as in mice) and hard ‘c’ (when ‘c’ is put with other letters) for example, ‘cat’. Practise some tricky homophones that children often get wrong, for example, ‘where’ and ‘were’.
‘The Fair Has Come To Town’. This pack reinforces complex middle and ending sounds, as in ‘air’, ‘ght’, ‘ea’ and ‘ou’. Zoggy says let’s look at rhyming pairs. Let’s see how different words add the suffix ‘ing’. Remember if a word has a short vowel sound, you have to double the consonant.
Spelling need not be dull. Learn to spell tricky words with Zoggy, is a fun spelling aid to encourage children aged 7-11 years to enjoy learning to spell.
This series of work packs include 12 graded spelling challenges to work through, with spelling tests. They concentrate on those words or sound patterns that consistently cause problems.
To help cement these ‘tricky words’ into young minds, we meet again our quirky alien character, Zoggy – with his cartoons, his zany messages back to planet Zen and his ridiculous rhymes and mnemonics.
These packs use a multi sensory approach.
1. Say the word
2. Repeat the rhymes
3. Sound it out
4. Read it
5. Write it
6. Cover and spell again
Use the method that work for you.