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Working Out Words 3

In this worksheet, students will decode new words by applying their phonic knowledge and skills.

'Working Out Words 3' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 1

Curriculum topic:   Reading: Word Reading

Curriculum subtopic:   Phonological Awareness

Difficulty level:  

Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

Sometimes pictures can help you read words by giving you a clue.

 

mountains

 

bike

 

mountain bicycle

 

In this worksheet you will need to use different ways to read new words. You could use your letter sounds or split the word up to read.

Look at the words below. Can you read them out loud?

 

cream

c-r-ea-m

bed

b-e-d

slipper

s-l-i-p-p-er

 

You have used your sounds to read these words.

Look at this word. Read it out loud.

splendid
(s-p-l–e-n–d-i-d)

 

Press the sound button to see if you read it correctly.

yes

no

Look at this word. Read it out loud.

realised 
(r-e-a–l-i-s–ed)

 

Press the sound button to see if you read it correctly.

yes

no

Look at this word. Read it out loud.

eleven 
(e-l–e–v-e-n)

 

Press the sound button to see if you read it correctly.

no

yes

Look at this word. Read it out loud.

clumps

 

Press the sound button to see if you read it correctly.

no

yes

Look at this word. Read it out loud.

trembling

 

Press the sound button to see if you read it correctly.

no

yes

Look at this word. Read it out loud.

thousand

 

Press the sound button to see if you read it correctly.

no

yes

Look at this word. Read it out loud.

illustrated

 

Press the sound button to see if you read it correctly.

yes

no

Look at this word. Read it out loud.

traditional

 

Press the sound button to see if you read it correctly.

yes

no

Read this word out loud.

repairable

 

What does it mean?

put two things together

something that can be fixed

Read this word.

awestruck

 

What does it mean?

to be amazed by something

to be hit with something

  • Question 1

Look at this word. Read it out loud.

splendid
(s-p-l–e-n–d-i-d)

 

Press the sound button to see if you read it correctly.

CORRECT ANSWER
yes
EDDIE SAYS
If you ticked the 'yes' box, well done!
If you ticked the 'no' box have another go at reading the word.
  • Question 2

Look at this word. Read it out loud.

realised 
(r-e-a–l-i-s–ed)

 

Press the sound button to see if you read it correctly.

CORRECT ANSWER
yes
EDDIE SAYS
If you ticked the 'yes' box, well done!
If you ticked the 'no' box, have another go at reading the word.
  • Question 3

Look at this word. Read it out loud.

eleven 
(e-l–e–v-e-n)

 

Press the sound button to see if you read it correctly.

CORRECT ANSWER
yes
EDDIE SAYS
If you ticked the 'yes' box, well done!
If you ticked the 'no' box, have another go at reading the word.
  • Question 4

Look at this word. Read it out loud.

clumps

 

Press the sound button to see if you read it correctly.

CORRECT ANSWER
yes
EDDIE SAYS
cl-um-ps
If you ticked the 'yes' box, well done!
If you ticked the 'no' box, have another go at reading the word.
  • Question 5

Look at this word. Read it out loud.

trembling

 

Press the sound button to see if you read it correctly.

CORRECT ANSWER
yes
EDDIE SAYS
tr-em-bl-ing
If you ticked the 'yes' box, well done!
If you ticked the 'no' box, have another go at reading the word.
  • Question 6

Look at this word. Read it out loud.

thousand

 

Press the sound button to see if you read it correctly.

CORRECT ANSWER
yes
EDDIE SAYS
th-ou-sand
If you ticked the 'yes' box, well done!
If you ticked the 'no' box, have another go at reading the word.
  • Question 7

Look at this word. Read it out loud.

illustrated

 

Press the sound button to see if you read it correctly.

CORRECT ANSWER
yes
EDDIE SAYS
ill-us-trat-ed
If you ticked the 'yes' box, well done!
If you ticked the 'no' box, have another go at reading the word.
  • Question 8

Look at this word. Read it out loud.

traditional

 

Press the sound button to see if you read it correctly.

CORRECT ANSWER
yes
EDDIE SAYS
trad-i-tion-al
If you ticked the 'yes' box, well done!
If you ticked the 'no' box, have another go at reading the word.
  • Question 9

Read this word out loud.

repairable

 

What does it mean?

CORRECT ANSWER
something that can be fixed
  • Question 10

Read this word.

awestruck

 

What does it mean?

CORRECT ANSWER
to be amazed by something
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