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Digraphs 'ea' and 'ee' 3

In this worksheet students will practise spelling words containing the digraphs 'ea' and 'ee' by typing these words from dictation.

'Digraphs 'ea' and 'ee' 3' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 1

Curriculum topic:  Writing: Transcription

Curriculum subtopic:  Distinguish Different Spellings of Same Sound

Difficulty level:  

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Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

These words have the same sound but different spellings - sometimes the spellings mean very different things!

 

sea

see

 

In this worksheet you will practise spelling words that use 'ea' and 'ee'.

The 'ea' digraph has two sounds:

 

head

sea

 

These words both have 'ea' in them but they sound very different.

Type the word below.

Type the word below.

Type the word below.

Type the sentence below.

Type the sentence below.

 

 

Type the sentence below.

 

Type the sentence below.

 

Type the sentence below.

 

Type the sentence below.

Type the sentence below.

  • Question 1

Type the word below.

CORRECT ANSWER
tree
  • Question 2

Type the word below.

CORRECT ANSWER
bread
  • Question 3

Type the word below.

CORRECT ANSWER
meat
  • Question 4

Type the sentence below.

CORRECT ANSWER
Some caterpillars are green.
  • Question 5

Type the sentence below.

CORRECT ANSWER
I like to read and I read this morning.
EDDIE SAYS
You can say the digraph 'ea' with different sounds.
The sound tells you the time you are describing - now (in the present "I like to read") or before (in the past "I read this morning").
  • Question 6

 

 

Type the sentence below.

CORRECT ANSWER
I am dreaming.
  • Question 7

 

Type the sentence below.

CORRECT ANSWER
I meant this car!
I meant this car.
  • Question 8

 

Type the sentence below.

CORRECT ANSWER
We are going at the end of the week.
  • Question 9

 

Type the sentence below.

CORRECT ANSWER
We each need a pencil.
"We each need a pencil."
EDDIE SAYS
You may want to add speech marks to show someone is talking.
  • Question 10

Type the sentence below.

CORRECT ANSWER
My knees have gone weak!
"My knees have gone weak!"
My knees have gone weak.
EDDIE SAYS
You may want to add speech marks to show someone is talking.
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