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Words are, a sound or a combination of sounds, or its representation in writing or printing, that symbolizes and communicates a meaning. Try out these activities to improve your vocabulary and spelling skills.

 cvcpop fuzzylionears   highfrequencywords sentences  ks1starshippasttense
 matchingwords  shortvowelspg highfreqwords   wordmachinebbc
 yr1longvowelwords  yr1lorsvowelwords yr1rhymingwords  pluralsfb 
 compoundwords  animalsets  tellatrex pasttenseverbs 
 verbsfb  wordendings wordgames  wordsandsentenceswoodlands 
 fbwords  wordsandverbs cvcwords   transportnouns
 yr3-4wordmeanings  yr3-4compoundswords  yr3-4synonyms  yr3-4vowelsounds
 yr3-4vowelsounds2  borrowing  jumblekids  funbrainwordsearch
kangaroo  worddefinitions  yr5-6worddefinitions  yr5-6plurals 
 pahard eponyms     



Can you recognise a complete sentence when you see one? A complete sentence has three characteristics: First, it begins with a capital letter. It includes an end mark - either a full-stop [.], queston mark [?], or exclamation point [!]. The complete sentence must contain at least one main clause which contains an independent subject and verb and expresses a complete thought. more...

hoose correct word types to create a printable text. 
Choose correct word types to create a printable text. (2)
Choose correct word types to create a printable text. (3)
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robo-bee fbwands cannonball wordsandsentenceswoodlands
orderingsentences vocab grammar vocab grammar2 vocab grammar3
wordmagnetso wordmagnetsa wordmagnetse  wordmagnetsu
wordmagnets wordmagnetsshorto wordmagnetsshorte wordmagnetsshorti
wordmagnetsshorta bradleys1 bbcsentences descriptivesentences
yr3-4sentence yr3-4voweldiagraphsoo adelescorner past-tense-sentences
yr3-4vowelssentence yr3-4voweldiagraphsoo2    

Grammar Practice

Grammar Practice

What is grammar? Grammar is the way in which words are put together to form proper sentences. It’s important to write well-formed grammatical sentences if you want to create a good impression and get your meaning across effectively. Use these game and activity links to practice and improve your grammatical skills and understanding.

 grammarblast grammartutorial   grammar britcouncil  fbgrammar
graciegrammar   vocab grammar  vocab grammar2 vocab grammar3 
 maggiesgrammar grammaroxford   pitara  pitara2
skillswise   bbcparagraphs grammarofdoom  grammarwars 
 bbcsentences bbcbitesizenounsetc   articlewolf  quia everything
 ks2bitesizenounsetc  punctuation capitalletters1   bbcbitesizepunctuation
 speechmarks  skillswiseconnectives contractions  verbscontractions 
 ks1starshippasttense  shortanswers tobe presenttense  irregularpasttense 
pasttensesimple  present past1  past-tense-sentences  present past 
 whatarenouns bbcnounsadjectives  bbcverbsadverbs  editing 
alpha-bot   printableenglishresources lesson  vocabularygames 
 idiomsmeanings idiomsreading  idioms  idiomsite 



What is a preposition? A preposition links nouns, pronouns and phrases to other words in a sentence. The word or phrase that the preposition introduces is called the object of the preposition. For example:

      The book is on the table.
      The book is beneath the table.
      The book is leaning against the table.

      The book is beside the table.
      She held the book over the table.
      She read the book during class.

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prepositionsgame4 prepositiongame prepositionsgame6 prepositionsgame8
prepositionsppt grammaropolis prepositionstest prepositionsgame9
savekingdom prepositionsyr2 prepositionstrks2 prepositionworksheetsks1

Antonyms, Homonyms, Synonyms

Antonyms, homonyms and synonyms

Antonyms are words that mean the opposite of other words. The antonym of big is small, for example. English lets its speakers make their own antonyms just by adding a prefix. The ability to make up one's own words and have them be real words is something truly lovable about English. Example; official becomes unofficial and so on.
Homonyms are words that sound alike but have different meanings. They are a source of entertainment, confusion and inspiration, for example: accept (to receive) and except (excluding); band (a group) and banned (forbidden); gilt (gold-plated) and guilt (did wrong); mail (postal delivery) and male (masculine person).
Synonyms are words that share meanings with other words. There are many reasons why synonyms are great. They make it possible for writers to create a mood with the nuances of their vocabularies. "Walk" is different than "saunter," and "drink" is different than "guzzle." more...

gamegooa longman quia antonymadjectives
antonymssadlier antonyms yr5-6antonymchallenge  
homonymssadlier longmanh quiah homophones
gamegoo longmans quias synonymtoast
synonymsgrizzle fieldtrip quiagames  
ballhog wordconfusion furiousfrogs quiz
wordfrog sadlier teachingideas synonymsantonyms
worksheets lesson quia everything vocabularygames

Headteacher: Mr Mark Askew
Fen Ditton Primary School, Horningsea Road,

Fen Ditton, Cambridge, CB5 8SZ

01223 292342

Email: office@fenditton.cambs.sch.uk