Study the word list: RWI Study
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Listen and Spell test: RWI Test
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big She gave him a big hug.
bag She had lots of things in her bag. *
had She had a little sister.
got We got wet in the rain. *
have I will have fish for dinner tonight. *
chips We love eating chips. *
lots I drew lots of shapes on my paper. *
said George said 'I really enjoy football'. *
of It is a painting of great beauty. *
some The heavy rain caused some flooding.

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English spelling games Spelling games using the word list: RWI

Summer spelling gameSummer spelling
Hot spelling fun.

Egg hunt spelling gameEgg Hunt
Crack the eggs!

Word search Word Search, small
The classic English word game.
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Against the clock Against the Clock
Spelling 'against the clock'.

Mayan Temple spelling gameMayan Temple
Try the temple spelling puzzle.

Monkey Business spelling gameMonkey Business
It's bananas!

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