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Trigraph 'ore' and Digraphs 'aw' and 'au' 3

In this worksheet, students will practice spelling words containing the trigraph 'ore' and the digraphs 'aw' and 'au' by typing these words from dictation.

'Trigraph 'ore' and Digraphs 'aw' and 'au' 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

A digraph is a sound that is made from two letters.

A trigraph is a sound that is made from three letters. 

 

 

author

 

saw

 

 

shore

 

The digraphs 'aw' and the trigraph 'ore' make the same sound.

In this worksheet you will be looking at words that use this sound and learn to spell them.

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Type the word below.

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Type the sentence below. Remember that sentences end with a full stop.

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  • Question 1

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Type the word below.

CORRECT ANSWER
score
  • Question 2

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Type the word below.

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yawn
  • Question 3

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dinosaur
  • Question 4

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Type the word below.

CORRECT ANSWER
crawl
  • Question 5

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Type the sentence below. Remember that sentences end with a full stop.

CORRECT ANSWER
The pencil is drawing on its own!
The pencil is drawing on its own.
EDDIE SAYS
You may wish to add an exclamation mark to show something extraordinary is happening!
  • Question 6

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CORRECT ANSWER
The astronaut climbed into the rocket.
  • Question 7

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CORRECT ANSWER
I wore my best dress!
I wore my best dress.
EDDIE SAYS
You may wish to add an exclamation mark to show something extraordinary is happening!
  • Question 8

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CORRECT ANSWER
August is usually hot.
  • Question 9

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CORRECT ANSWER
All the children wanted some more cake.
  • Question 10

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CORRECT ANSWER
Chips are yummy with sauce.
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