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Spell Words Ending in 'ck'

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

'Spell Words Ending in 'ck'' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 1

Curriculum topic:   Reading: Word Reading

Curriculum subtopic:   Grapheme Awareness

Difficulty level:  

Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

The letters 'ck' at the end of a word make the same sound as the letters 'c' or 'k' on their own.

The ck rule is  -  if there is a k sound at the end of a word and it follows a short vowel sound, it is spelt ck. If it follows a long vowel or consonant, it is spelled with a k

clock has short vowel sound so it uses ck

clock

Book has a short vowel sound so it uses k

book 

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

Choose the correct spelling to go with the picture.

 

duck

duk

duck

Choose the correct spelling to go with the picture.

 

socks

sock

soc

Choose the correct spelling to go with the picture.

 

footballer

kik

kick

Choose the correct spelling to go with the picture.

 

rock

rock

roc

Choose the correct spelling to go with the picture.

 

keys

lok

lock

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

 

Jamila lost her __________ after she went paddling.

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

 

Dad turned the key in the __________ and went inside.

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

 

The __________ quacked and swam away.

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

 

Jacob gave the ball a big __________.

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

 

The girls sat on a __________ and dipped their feet in the water.

  • Question 1

Choose the correct spelling to go with the picture.

 

duck

CORRECT ANSWER
duck
EDDIE SAYS
The word duck has a short vowel sound so uses 'ck'.
  • Question 2

Choose the correct spelling to go with the picture.

 

socks

CORRECT ANSWER
sock
EDDIE SAYS
The word sock has a short vowel sound so uses 'ck'.
  • Question 3

Choose the correct spelling to go with the picture.

 

footballer

CORRECT ANSWER
kick
EDDIE SAYS
The word kick has a short vowel sound so uses 'ck'.
  • Question 4

Choose the correct spelling to go with the picture.

 

rock

CORRECT ANSWER
rock
EDDIE SAYS
The word rock has a short vowel sound so uses 'ck'.
  • Question 5

Choose the correct spelling to go with the picture.

 

keys

CORRECT ANSWER
lock
EDDIE SAYS
The word lock has a short vowel sound so uses 'ck'.
  • Question 6

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

 

Jamila lost her __________ after she went paddling.

CORRECT ANSWER
sock
EDDIE SAYS
The missing word was SOCK. Did you use 'ck' ?
  • Question 7

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

 

Dad turned the key in the __________ and went inside.

CORRECT ANSWER
lock
EDDIE SAYS
The missing word was LOCK.
  • Question 8

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

 

The __________ quacked and swam away.

CORRECT ANSWER
duck
EDDIE SAYS
The missing 'ck' word was DUCK.
  • Question 9

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

 

Jacob gave the ball a big __________.

CORRECT ANSWER
kick
EDDIE SAYS
KICK was the missing 'ck' word in this sentence.
  • Question 10

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

 

The girls sat on a __________ and dipped their feet in the water.

CORRECT ANSWER
rock
EDDIE SAYS
The word ROCK has a short vowel sound so uses 'ck'.
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