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Assessment: Phonics


A Say the word. Fill in the missing letters and colour. fl__t__


resc__ __ barbeq__ __ d__ __


cr__ __se stat__ __ f__ m__ ch__ __ br__ __ se ren__ __ fr__ __ t aven__ __ scr__ __


kangar__ __ igl__ __


ch__ __se


Colour Code colour ‘-ue’ words yellow colour ‘-oo’ words red colour ‘u_e’ words blue colour ‘-ew’ words orange colour ‘-ui’ words green


B Ring the silent letters in the following words. castle


doubt lamb


butcher often


honest


fasten knife


crumb


C Fill in the blanks using a suitable ‘-el’ or ‘-al’ word. 1. A


stores water in its hump. 2. The coach had to


3. Would you prefer to wear flip flops or 4. I sailed down the 5. The


6. I keep my dog in a 7. Can you get the


the match due to the bad weather. going to the beach? in Amsterdam.


fell off my bike as I sped down the hill. in the garden at night.


8. Sapphires and rubies are precious


D Ring the nonsense words. prevent


pretend preedict


presume premere


so I can dig up the earth in the garden? .


prifent prevent


prifer prefer prever prietend preydict prezume premiear


prentind predict


priesume premiere


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Unit 18 | Revision and Assessment


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