Year 5 – Term 1

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					Year 5 – Term 1 Objective 4 – To examine the properties of words ending in vowels other than the letter
anacondas areas armadillos bananas banjos bhajis bongos cameras casinos cellos chapattis concertos buffaloes cargoes antennae macaroni corgis cuckoos dahlias dingos discos ecus emus fiestas galas geckos gnus gurus dominoes echoes bacteria ravioli haikus igloos jumbos kangaroos kiwis kimonos magnolias matzos oratorios paellas pagodas pastas heroes haloes criteria spaghetti LIST 1 patios pianos piccolos piazzas pizzas pumas radios risottos rotas sambas samosas saunas LIST 2 torpedoes mangoes LIST 3 fungi tagliatelli siestas skis sofas sombreros solos sonatas tattoos tarantulas tombolas umbrellas violas visas vetoes flamingoes phenomena strata yoyos zulus zoos

volcanoes

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Year 5 – Term 1 Objective 5 (1 of 2) – To investigate, collect and classify spelling patterns in pluralisation, construct rules for regular spellings, e.g. add s to most words; add es to most words ending in s, sh, ch; when y is preceded by a consonant, change to ies; when y is preceded by a vowel, add s
dog house meal balloon sister school day word boy girl Typical words dogs houses meals balloons sisters schools days words boys girls Hissing and buzzing words hiss hisses bus buses church churches dish dishes lunch lunches fox foxes box boxes watch watches fish fishes patch patches city try lorry worry cry baby party puppy lolly jelly Consonant + y words cities tries lorries worries cries babies parties puppies lollies jellies

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Year 5 – Term 1 Objective 5 (2 of 2) – To investigate, collect and classify spelling patterns in pluralisation, e.g. change f to ves
calf self thief half wolf knife loaf life scarf wife f and fe endings calves selves thieves halves wolves knives loaves lives scarves wives antenna goose man woman mouse louse die tooth child formula Irregular plurals antennae geese men women mice lice dice teeth children formulae

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Year 5 – Term 1 Objective 6 – To collect and investigate the meanings and spellings of words using the following prefixes: auto, bi, trans, tele, circum
auto autograph autopsy automaton autobiography automobile automatic circum circumference circumnavigate circumstance circumvent circulate circus circle circular bi biceps bisect bicycle bifocals bilingual biplane tele telephone telegraph telescope television telepathy telephoto Tele Tubbies trans transmit transfer transport transparent translate transatlantic transplant

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Year 5 – Term 1 Objective 8 – To identify word roots, derivations, and spelling patterns, e.g. sign, signature, signal; bomb, bombastic, bombard; remit, permit, permission, in order to extend vocabulary and provide support for spelling
act child electric take actor children electrical mistake Action Childhood Electricity Mistaken activity childlike electrician overtaken react childish electronic overtaking reaction childless electrocute partaking

assist bore claim examine govern hero light medic operate pain prison prove relate

assistant boring reclaim examination governor heroic lightning medical cooperate painkiller imprisoned approval relative

Assistance Boredom Reclaimable Examiner Government Heroism Delighted Medication Cooperation Painstaking Imprisonment Disapprove Relation

balance call cover give hand joy machine obey pack pass press public shake

imbalance recall discover given handler joyful machinery disobey packet passage impress publication shakily

unbalanced calling discovery forgiveness handicraft enjoyment machinist disobedient package passenger depression publicity shaken

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Year 5 – Term 2 Objective 4 (1 of 3) – To explore spelling patterns of consonants and formulate rules:
 ll in full become l when used as a suffix

hope thank play boast care

hopeful thankful playful boastful careful

fear harm shame faith hand

Typical words fearful harmful shameful faithful handful

wake scorn doubt colour mouth

wakeful scornful doubtful colourful mouthful

beauty pity

beautiful pitiful

plenty mercy

y words plentiful merciful

fancy bounty

fanciful bountiful

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 words ending with a single consonant preceded by a short vowel double the consonant before adding ing

Year 5 – Term 2 Objective 4 (2 of 3) – To explore spelling patterns of consonants and formulate rules:

hop dine hid care

hopping diner hide caring

hopped dinner hidden careful

Contrasting sets hope write ride carry

hoping writer rider carrying

hoped written ridden carried

beg dig drop hum run sun win

begged digging dropping humming runner sunny winning

beggar digger dropped hummed running sunnier winner

Doubled letters big drag mop hug stop fit wet

bigger dragging mopping hugging stopper fitter wetter

biggest dragged mopped hugged stopped fittest wettest

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beep burn disgust feel train

beeping burner disgusted feeling trainer

Undoubled letters beeped blast burning count disgusting dream feeler help trained trick

blasting counter dreamer helped tricky

blasted counted dreaming helper tricked

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Year 5 – Term 2 Objective 4 (3 of 3) – To explore spelling patterns of consonants and formulate rules:
 c is usually soft when followed by I, e.g. circus, accident

ci cinema circumference city decimal ce ceiling cellophane centenary cereal December cy cyanide cynic

cinnamon circumstance accident incident celebrate certain centigrade ceremony decent bicycle cynical

circle circus civil disciple celebrity cement centipede incense descent cyclist cypress

circuit incisor decide discipline celery cemetery recent certificate discern cyclone cyst

circular cistern decision recite cell census centre deceased except cylinder mercy

circulation citizen decisive recital cellar cent century deceit receive fancy lacy

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Year 5 – Term 2 Objective 5 – To investigate words that have common letter strings but different pronunciations, e.g. rough, cough, bough; boot, foot
ight right fight light night eight weight height freight tight ear pear bear rear beard search fear wear year tear dear near learn earn oo book boot cook food foot good hood hook hoot look loot mood nook ough bough cough dough enough plough though bought brought drought sought thought wrought ie lie pie tie fried lied tried niece piece field shield grieve thieves our armour colour favour honour neighbour rumour pour Yours truly, hour flour

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yearn gear ear hear heard clear hearth earth heart

pool rook root soot took

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Year 5 – Term 2 Objective 6 – To distinguish between homophones, i.e. words with common pronunciations but different spellings, e.g. eight, ate; grate, great; rain, rein, reign
rein rode by sew rain road buy so Reign Rowed Bye Sow you too their cent yew two they’re scent ewe to there sent

cell dear beach blue grate hair here herd him hour knight knot know

sell deer beech blew great hare hear heard hymn our night not no

Made Main Meet Pane Peace Plane Sum Read Right Break Steel Stair Tail

maid mane meat pain piece plain some red write brake steal stare tale

cereal key scene vain waist fate flour bean week leak aloud board sun

serial quay seen vein waste fete flower been weak leek allowed bored son

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Year 5 – Term 2 Objective 7 – The correct use and spelling of possessive pronouns, linked to work on grammar, e.g. their, theirs; your, yours; my, mine
I you he she it we they my your his her its our their mine yours his hers its ours theirs

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Year 5 – Term 2 Objective 8 – To recognise and spell the suffix: cian, etc
cian physician optician magician politician electrician sion extension collision confusion exclusion transfusion infusion explosion corrosion etion completion deletion ssion profession session percussion discussion oppression passion mission possession ition repetition competition opposition position petition intuition tion fiction fraction direction attention proportion reduction mansion diction otion motion lotion devotion promotion emotion other Venetian Ocean Asian Russian

ation nation station foundation education translation demonstration

ution distribution pollution revolution institution constitution contribution

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Year 5 – Term 3 Objective 4 – To spell unstressed vowels in polysyllabic words, e.g. company, portable, poisonous, interest, description, carpet, sector, freedom, extra, etc
abandoned animal category conference dictionary explanatory flattery generally widening library marvellous abominable description catholic offering difference extra smuggler generous interest literacy miserable original boundary poisonous deafening different factory formal Wednesday disinterest literate memorable predict business centre desperate doctor family freedom heaven interested illiterate reference familiar stationary company definite prosperous secretary frightening hospital jewellery literature messenger carpet stationery compromise definitely easily primary general separate voluntary lottery prepare

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 words ending in modifying e drop e when adding ing, e.g. taking  words ending in modifying e keep e when addition a suffix beginning with a consonant, e.g. hopeful, lovely Useful exemplars lived hoped cared shamed tuned

Year 5 – Term 3 Objective 5 (1 of 3) – To investigate and learn spelling rules:

live hope care shame tune

living hoping caring shaming tuning

lively hopeful careful shameful tuneful

lifeless hopeless careless shameless tuneless

sure rehearse nice save

Useful base words love age use pave

ing ed ish er

Vowel suffixes est ism able al

Consonant suffixes fil ment less ness ly

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 words ending in y preceded by a consonant change y to ie when adding a suffix, e.g. flies, tried – except for the suffixes ly or ing, e.g. shyly, flying

Year 5 – Term 3 Objective 5 (2 of 3) – To investigate and learn spelling rules:

happy pretty lazy hungry windy ready heavy empty

happiness prettiness laziness hungriness windiness readiness heaviness emptiness

happier prettier lazier hungrier windier readier heavier emptier

Adjectives happiest prettiest laziest hungriest windiest readiest heaviest emptiest

happily prettily lazily hungrily windily readily heavily emptily

supply carry marry

supplying carrying marrying

supplied carried married

Verbs supplicant carrier marriage

supplier carriage

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try ally vary reply

trying allying varying replying

tried allied varied replied

trial alliance variety replicate

variation replication

variable replica

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 i before e except after c when the sound is ‘ee’, e.g. receive. Note and learn exceptions

Year 5 – Term 3 Objective 5 (3 of 3) – To investigate and learn spelling rules:

ie lie die pie tie thief belief grief brief piece review fiery chief handkerchief pierce field priest fierce mischief quiet friend medieval obedient shield shriek yield niece relief pier patient view ancient glacier science ceiling receive receipt deceit perceive conceit

cei

ei(long a) vein rein reign veil weigh freight eight neighbour sovereign foreign

ei (other) weird protein their either neither height heir

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Year 5 – Term 3 Objective 6 – To transform words, e.g. changing tenses: ed, ing; negation: un, im, il; making comparatives: er, est, ish; changing verbs to nouns, e.g. ion, ism, ology; nouns to verbs: ise, ify, en

Base words love hate change class press child educate long possible reduce arm care critic age fool medicine responsible kind decide compose Help Small Art Magnet Possible Legal Happy Mobile Television Simple un de dis anti il

Negation

Verb to noun tion ism ness ity ist ir im in

Noun to verb ise ify ate en

Tense s/es d/ed ing en

Comparatives Er Est Ish Like

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Year 5 – Term 3 Objective 7 – To recognise the spelling and meaning of the prefixes: in, im, ir, il, pro, sus
in inactive indecent incapable inconvenient inattentive incredible inverted inaccurate im immature immobile impractical impossible improbable improper impatient impolite ir irregular irrational irresponsible irresistible illegal illiterate illegible il pro proactive project provide produce propose proceed propeller sus suspect suspense suspicion suspend sustain

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