3 Word Lists for December 2022

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  1. Words ending in 'kle'

    Our spelling pattern for December is words ending in 'kle'. In these words, the /k l/ sound at the end of a word can spelled 'kle', especially if the word has more than two syllables. Practise this spelling pattern in Unit 26.
     
  2.  Characters from A Christmas Carol 

    For book is a classic Christmas tale to read once a year while curled up in front of a roaring fire, for others it’s a GCSE coursework text. Our second list this month is perfect for getting your head around the how to spell each character’s name. Learn more about Charles Dickens’s influence on the English language.
     
  3. 10 Words you only hear at Christmas 

    From tree ornaments, to mince pies, to the Nutcracker soundtrack; there are something things that only come out at this time of year. How many of these unusual words can you learn to spell by Christmas? Keep an eye out for our Word for Wednesday posts this month where we’ll be looking at some of them in more detail.

01 Dec 2022
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