Learn one word, get one word free by grouping the words by spelling and sound.
Now use colour, draw, paint, make and play games for fun and engaging learning that uses all senses. Learning in different ways helps children to remember these words.
The ‘ey’ sound in ‘they’ is colour-coded red. This shows that this makes the ‘A’ sound because Angry Red A says Ay, Ay, Ay!
Yellow I colours the ‘I’ sound in words, yellow and helps children how to remember to spell ‘my’.
Tricky WItch casts a spell on the letters that have changed their sound, helping children to read fluently and spell accurately.
She shows children that the ‘a’ and the ‘s’ in ‘was’ make a different sound to what they would expect. Asking children to find out how Tricky Witch has changed the sound helps children to remember the correct spelling. The ‘a’ is making an ‘o’ sound and the ‘s’ is making a ‘z’ sound.
In ‘all’, the ‘al’ is making an ‘or’ sound. In ‘her’ the ‘er’ is making a different sound than if the ‘e’ and ‘r’ were blended together.