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Dear Mercury,

This week your task is to learn how to spell words that sound like ‘j’ but which are spelt ‘dge’

The words are - edge, badge, fudge, judge, hedge, bridge, fridge, porridge,

Use the Rainbow Writing strategy we learnt  in class today and Fred Fingers to help you to learn the spellings for a test next Friday 2nd October.

Learn as many as you can and enjoy !

Mrs Bennett-Coleman

Mercury Class,

Please learn how to spell these words ready for a Spelling Test next Friday 25th September. 

-tch words

catch, fetch, hutch, witch, watch ('watch' this word! We say 'wotch' but we spell 'watch')

snatch, stretch, kitchen ( another tricky one, we say 'kitchin' but spell 'kitchen')

Try to learn the spelling of as many of the words as you can. Aim for at least 4. 

 

To practise your spellings, use the Fred Fingers technique you have been taught in class and always write the words down. You could even write the 'tch' part of the word in a different colour.  Enjoy!

Mrs Bennett-Coleman

 

Due to current Government guidance, we are unable to host visits to the School for Open Days for Reception 2021 intake. We will be producing a virtual tour which will be available to view on our website from November 2020.
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