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how to spell: -ible & -able words

Another spelling video from -ible & -able endings are both common spelling patterns for adjectives & usually sound the same. They mean 'able to' or 'fit for' acceptable, understandable, responsible the following words mean 'able to be' - available: able to be used or obtained audible: able to be heard breakable: able to be broken visible: able to be seen But when do we use -ible and when do we use -able endings?

Spelling Bee Year 5 Words

Preparing your child for the spelling bee can be fun. Firstly children will need to be able to read the list. Practice reading each word with your child. Break down each word for your child so they learn how to sound it out! Get your thrass chart out and find the sounds.

Spelling tips

Some simple tips and tricks for spelling. Site - Email - ocr.expressionofinterest@ocr.o­­ Telephone - (+44) 02476 851509

Top 3 Fun Spelling Games

Jazz up your spelling program by incorporating some fun spelling games. Read more here:

The Spelling Mistakes Song

It's a song for older children and adults. It's designed to highlight the most common spelling mistakes in English. This song was written and performed by A.J. Jenkins Video by KidsTV123 Copyright 2012 A.J. Jenkins/KidsTV123: All rights reserved. For free MP3s, worksheets and much more:

Memory Tricks to Avoid Spelling Mistakes

All of you know how important the spellings to learn English Language. We often fail to remember correct spelling of the word, in result we get less marks in competitive exams. These Memory Tricks will help you to improve your English Vocabulary and to avoid spelling mistakes. Watch and practice these memory techniques.

Sixth Grade Vocabulary Sight Words (Part 1)

You and your child will enjoy practicing the Sixth Grade Vocabulary Sight Words. These are the most common words your child needs will need to know throughout their school year. These words also will help your child in their reading fluency and comprehension skills. For more educational resources visit: