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Grammar, punctuation and spelling
What are compound words?
What are silent letters?
Naming and ordering letters
Spelling tricky words like ‘where’ and ‘school’
Spelling tricky words like ‘come’ and ‘our’
Spelling tricky words like ‘love’ and ‘once’
Writing questions and using ‘wh'
Single and plural words
Vowels and consonants
Words ending in -y
Spelling tricky words like 'every' and 'great'
Spelling tricky words like 'would' and 'people'
Making words plural
Spelling tricky words like 'could' and 'break'
Spelling tricky words like 'because' and 'beautiful'
Spelling tricky words like 'should' and 'half'
What are homophones?
How to use their, they’re and there
How to use to, too and two
Prefixes and suffixes
What are prefixes?
What are suffixes?
How to use the suffix –ly
Adding the suffixes -ed and -ing
Adding the prefix un-
Adding the suffixes -ful and -ly
How to use the prefix un-
Using the suffixes -ed and -ing
Using full stops
How to use an exclamation mark
Using exclamation marks
How to use question marks
Practise using question marks
How to use brackets
How are commas used in a list?
Apostrophes to show belonging
Using 'and' as a joining word
What are nouns?
What is a verb?
What are adjectives?
Using conjunctions to join ideas
Using coordinating conjunctions
Understanding subordinating conjunctions
Using the four types of sentence
How to write command sentences
How to write questions
How to write exclamations
What are the days of the week?
How to write statement sentences
How to write in the first, second or third person
What is past, present and future tense?
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