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Study the word list: Year 2 Autumn Week 7 Spelling List

This week s spelling pattern / rule is: Words ending in 'le' as /l/ Rule: The ending le is most commonly used after the letters b, c, d, f, g, k, p, st, t, z 2. The le ending is never used after these letters: m, n, r, v, w,

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battle
The soldier fought in the battle. *
saddle
She rode the horse bareback, with no blanket or saddle. *
kettle
Put the kettle on for coffee.
nettle
I got stung by a nettle. *
giggle
Giggle means to laugh in a silly way. *
wiggle
Some people can wiggle their ears up and down.
paddle
Let's go for a paddle in the sea. *
puddle
I jumped in the puddle. *
goggles
Yesterday I bought a pair of swimming goggles. *
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Christmas
Christmas is celebrated on the 25th of December.
class
The school has about 20 children in each class.

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