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Spell Words Ending in 'll'

In this worksheet, students practise spelling words ending in 'll'.

'Spell Words Ending in 'll'' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 1

Curriculum topic:   Reading: Word Reading

Curriculum subtopic:   Grapheme Awareness

Difficulty level:  

Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

The letters 'll' at the end of a word make the same sound as the letter 'l' on its own.

 

double ll is used at the end of words that have a short vowel sound just before it for example hill, doll, sell, drill. 

 

ball

ball

 

In this worksheet you can practise reading and writing words ending in 'll'.

Choose the correct spelling to go with the picture.

 

bell

bel

bell

Choose the correct spelling to go with the picture.

 

boy unwell

ill

il

Choose the correct spelling to go with the picture.

 

till

til

till

Choose the correct spelling to go with the picture.

 

bull

bull

bul

Choose the correct spelling to go with the picture.

 

well

wel

well

Write the missing word in the answer box. Use one of the words from the first five questions.

 

There was an angry __________ in the field.

Write the missing word in the answer box. Use one of the words from the first five questions.

 

Maisie dropped a penny into the wishing __________.

Write the missing word in the answer box. Use one of the words from the first five questions.

 

Joe was __________ with chicken pox.

Write the missing word in the answer box. Use one of the words from the first five questions.

 

Mr Jones rang the __________ at the end of playtime.

Write the missing word in the answer box. Use one of the words from the first five questions.

 

Josie took her dress to the __________ to pay for it.

  • Question 1

Choose the correct spelling to go with the picture.

 

bell

CORRECT ANSWER
bell
EDDIE SAYS
The correct spelling is bell because there is a short vowel sound 'e' before the 'll'
  • Question 2

Choose the correct spelling to go with the picture.

 

boy unwell

CORRECT ANSWER
ill
EDDIE SAYS
The correct spelling is ill because there is a short vowel sound 'i' before the 'll'
  • Question 3

Choose the correct spelling to go with the picture.

 

till

CORRECT ANSWER
till
EDDIE SAYS
The correct spelling is till because there is a short vowel sound 'i' before the 'll'
  • Question 4

Choose the correct spelling to go with the picture.

 

bull

CORRECT ANSWER
bull
EDDIE SAYS
The correct spelling is bull because there is a short vowel sound 'u' before the 'll'
  • Question 5

Choose the correct spelling to go with the picture.

 

well

CORRECT ANSWER
well
EDDIE SAYS
The correct spelling is well because there is a short vowel sound 'e' before the 'll'
  • Question 6

Write the missing word in the answer box. Use one of the words from the first five questions.

 

There was an angry __________ in the field.

CORRECT ANSWER
bull
EDDIE SAYS
The missing word is bull.
  • Question 7

Write the missing word in the answer box. Use one of the words from the first five questions.

 

Maisie dropped a penny into the wishing __________.

CORRECT ANSWER
well
EDDIE SAYS
The missing word is well. Did you get it right?
  • Question 8

Write the missing word in the answer box. Use one of the words from the first five questions.

 

Joe was __________ with chicken pox.

CORRECT ANSWER
ill
EDDIE SAYS
The missing word is ill.
  • Question 9

Write the missing word in the answer box. Use one of the words from the first five questions.

 

Mr Jones rang the __________ at the end of playtime.

CORRECT ANSWER
bell
EDDIE SAYS
The missing word is bell. How did you do?
  • Question 10

Write the missing word in the answer box. Use one of the words from the first five questions.

 

Josie took her dress to the __________ to pay for it.

CORRECT ANSWER
till
EDDIE SAYS
The missing word is till because 'll' comes after the short 'i' sound.
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