Autumn Term (1) - Homework
High Frequency Words
High frequency words are common words, words that appear very often in written texts.
They are a mixture of decodable words (words that can be sounded out) and tricky / exception words (words in which the English spelling code works in an unusual or uncommon way, which means the words have to be learned and recognised by sight).
It is really important that we are confident with spelling these High Frequency words so we must learn and practise spelling these regularly. Please see below for spelling lists and tips for learning spellings!
Homophones are words that sound the same but have different meanings. They also have different spellings.
These are some homophones that often confuse people:
We would like you to focus on the homophones below! Complete the homophones homework sheets by filling in the blanks with the correct homophone (word). You may need an adult at home to check your answers for you.
After you have filled in the blanks, write your own example of how you would use each homophone in a sentence.
1* 1 sentence per homophone
2* 2 sentence per homophone
3* 3 sentences per homophone
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