A pack of 12 A4 posters covering the spelling rules:
The /f/, /l/, /s/, /z/ and /k/ sounds are usually spelt as ff, ll, ss, zz and ck if they come straight after a single vowel letter in short words.
The /tʃ/ sound is usually spelt as tch if it comes straight after a single vowel letter.
he /tʃ/ sound is usually spelt as tch if it comes straight after a single vowel letter.
English words hardly ever end with the letter v, so if a word ends with a /v/ sound, the letter e usually needs to be added after the ‘v’.
The /f/ sound is not usually spelt as ph in short everyday words (e.g.
fat, fill, fun).
‘wh’ can make the same sound as ‘w’.
When a word ends in an /i:/(‘ee’) or /ɪ/ (‘i’) sound, it can be spelt -y
Each poster states the rule and gives examples of each type of words, with accompanying pictures.
Each set comes with an A4 heading.
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