This Weeks Spelling Rule: Words ending in 'able' or 'ible'
The 'able' suffix is usually used if you can still hear the original, root word.
For example in 'enjoyable' - Enjoy is a word on its own.
The 'ible' suffix is usually used if you can't hear the original, root word.
For example in 'incredible' - Incred is not a word on its own.
After practising your spellings, use them to complete the FESTIVE sentences below.
Santa is very ______________________; he never lets anyone down!
It is _____________________ that Santa would be very tired on Boxing day!
The elves are very _______________ workers; they always get the job done.
For Christmas, I would like some ___________________ , snuggly slippers.
I think it is _______________ to expect Santa to use hand sanitiser this year!
Christmas day is always an ___________________experience.
It is ____________ that Miss Towlson will burn the turkey on Christmas Day!
Brussel sprouts are ___________________!
If you have been a ______________ child this year, you will only get a lump of coal in your stocking!
Santa's team of reindeers are _______________ at flying.