Spelling the long vowel sound /ē/: ee, ea , e-e, y

Please note:
All the common words with e-e are in the lists on page 8. However, there are too many ee, ea and -y words for us to list them all. If you are unsure which spelling to choose, look in a dictionary and then add that word to your own spelling log.

Choose the correct spelling from

ee ea e-e y

If the spelling is e-e you will also need a consonant e.g. theme


Work out which letters are missing then type the whole word.



Do you like cr___m in your coffee?
Some of th___ words are hard to spell.
The coffee jar is empt___.
Come and sit betw___n us.
Go away and l___ve me alone!
Disneyland is a huge th___ park.
It's fr___zing outside tonight.
I think he is a very sinc___ person.
Sam comes from a very large famil___.
Summer is the warmest s___son.
Do you agr___ it's time to go home?
Sand, cement and stones make concr___.


 


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