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Spelling Homework - Thursday 26th August

Published Saturday, August 28, 2010.

Due Monday 30th August

In class we have been looking at words that end in vowels other than ‘e’. Many are food and musical words, like samosa, mango, pasta, and viola, piano and vuvuzela. Complete your spelling sheet.

Choose ten words, and write them down in the singular and plural form (use a dictionary to help you check the correct plural spelling).

Put each word into an alliterative sentence, for example:

 Pizzas are perfect for peckish children.

Samosas are scrummy for starving school kids.


Comment By Prabhav 

Ms Jo can we write it down on a peice of paper?

Published on Thursday, August 26, 2010
Comment By Ms Jo 

Yes Prabhav, as you are at home you can write it on a piece of paper or use a computer. We all hope you are feeling much better.

Published on Thursday, August 26, 2010