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Revision: Read and Spell Words Ending in Double Letters

In this worksheet, students revise reading and writing words that end in -ff, -ll, -ss and -zz.

'Revision: Read and Spell Words Ending in Double Letters' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 1

Curriculum topic:  Writing: Transcription

Curriculum subtopic:  Spell in New Ways

Difficulty level:  

Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

Sometimes two letters at the end of a word sound the same as one letter on its own.

Listen to this word:

dress

dress ends in -ss, but it sounds the same as -s.

 

In this worksheet you can practise reading and writing words that end in -ss, -ff, -ll and -zz.

Look at the picture and then tick the correct word.

glas

glast

glass

Look at the picture and then tick the correct word.

 

wel

weld

well

Look at the picture and then tick the correct word.

 

cliff

clift

clif

Look at the picture and then tick the correct word.

 

buss

buzz

buz

Read the sentence and complete the missing word. Write the whole word in the answer box and remember that it will end in -ss, -ff , -ll or -zz.

 

The witch cast a sp_____ on the frog.

Read the sentence and complete the missing word. Write the whole word in the answer box and remember that it will end in -ss, -ff , -ll or -zz.

​Jonny gave a big sn_____ and started to cry.

Read the sentence and complete the missing word. Write the whole word in the answer box and remember that it will end in -ss, -ff , -ll or -zz.

 

The teacher read a story to her cl_____.

Read the sentence and complete the missing word. Write the whole word in the answer box and remember that it will end in -ss, -ff , -ll or -zz.

 

The snake gave a long h_____.

Read the sentence and complete the missing word. Write the whole word in the answer box and remember that it will end in -ss, -ff , -ll or -zz.

 

The drink opened with a fi____.

Read the sentence and complete the missing word. Write the whole word in the answer box and remember that it will end in -ss, -ff , -ll or -zz.

Charlie found a beautiful seashe____ on the beach.

  • Question 1

Look at the picture and then tick the correct word.

CORRECT ANSWER
glass
  • Question 2

Look at the picture and then tick the correct word.

 

CORRECT ANSWER
well
  • Question 3

Look at the picture and then tick the correct word.

 

CORRECT ANSWER
cliff
  • Question 4

Look at the picture and then tick the correct word.

 

CORRECT ANSWER
buzz
  • Question 5

Read the sentence and complete the missing word. Write the whole word in the answer box and remember that it will end in -ss, -ff , -ll or -zz.

 

The witch cast a sp_____ on the frog.

CORRECT ANSWER
spell
  • Question 6

Read the sentence and complete the missing word. Write the whole word in the answer box and remember that it will end in -ss, -ff , -ll or -zz.

​Jonny gave a big sn_____ and started to cry.

CORRECT ANSWER
sniff
  • Question 7

Read the sentence and complete the missing word. Write the whole word in the answer box and remember that it will end in -ss, -ff , -ll or -zz.

 

The teacher read a story to her cl_____.

CORRECT ANSWER
class
  • Question 8

Read the sentence and complete the missing word. Write the whole word in the answer box and remember that it will end in -ss, -ff , -ll or -zz.

 

The snake gave a long h_____.

CORRECT ANSWER
hiss
  • Question 9

Read the sentence and complete the missing word. Write the whole word in the answer box and remember that it will end in -ss, -ff , -ll or -zz.

 

The drink opened with a fi____.

CORRECT ANSWER
fizz
  • Question 10

Read the sentence and complete the missing word. Write the whole word in the answer box and remember that it will end in -ss, -ff , -ll or -zz.

Charlie found a beautiful seashe____ on the beach.

CORRECT ANSWER
seashell
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