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Spell Words Ending in -le

In this worksheet, students practise spelling words ending in -le.

'Spell Words Ending in -le' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 1

Curriculum topic:  Writing: Transcription

Curriculum subtopic:  Use Spelling Rules

Difficulty level:  

Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

There are many words in English that end in the -le sound.

for example:

Julia likes to paddle in a puddle.

 

Sometimes the -le sound is spelt -el or -al, but it is nearly always spelt -le.

 

In this worksheet you can practise spelling words ending in -le.

Write the missing word to complete the sentence.


Our power went off so we lit a __________.

Write the missing word to complete the sentence.


My best friend's dog is a __________.

Write the missing word to complete the sentence. You will need a double letter before the -le.


I always finish my lunch with an __________.

Write the missing word to complete the sentence. You will need a double letter before the -le.


Put the __________ on and let's have a cup of tea!

Write the missing word to complete the sentence. You will need a double letter before the -le.


Gina's bike had a pink __________.

Write the missing word to complete the sentence. The word ends in the letters -able.


There was a red cloth on the dining __________.

Write the missing word to complete the sentence. The word ends in the letters -able.


Carrots and potatoes are both types of __________.

Write the missing word to complete the sentence. The word ends in the letters -cle.


My little sister is proud of her new __________.

Write the missing word to complete the sentence. The word ends in the letters -cle.


The children had great fun jumping through the tyres on the __________ course.

Write the missing word to complete the sentence. The word ends in the letters -cle.


The children joined their hands and stood in a __________.

  • Question 1

Write the missing word to complete the sentence.


Our power went off so we lit a __________.

CORRECT ANSWER
candle
  • Question 2

Write the missing word to complete the sentence.


My best friend's dog is a __________.

CORRECT ANSWER
poodle
  • Question 3

Write the missing word to complete the sentence. You will need a double letter before the -le.


I always finish my lunch with an __________.

CORRECT ANSWER
apple
  • Question 4

Write the missing word to complete the sentence. You will need a double letter before the -le.


Put the __________ on and let's have a cup of tea!

CORRECT ANSWER
kettle
  • Question 5

Write the missing word to complete the sentence. You will need a double letter before the -le.


Gina's bike had a pink __________.

CORRECT ANSWER
saddle
  • Question 6

Write the missing word to complete the sentence. The word ends in the letters -able.


There was a red cloth on the dining __________.

CORRECT ANSWER
table
  • Question 7

Write the missing word to complete the sentence. The word ends in the letters -able.


Carrots and potatoes are both types of __________.

CORRECT ANSWER
vegetable
  • Question 8

Write the missing word to complete the sentence. The word ends in the letters -cle.


My little sister is proud of her new __________.

CORRECT ANSWER
bicycle
  • Question 9

Write the missing word to complete the sentence. The word ends in the letters -cle.


The children had great fun jumping through the tyres on the __________ course.

CORRECT ANSWER
obstacle
  • Question 10

Write the missing word to complete the sentence. The word ends in the letters -cle.


The children joined their hands and stood in a __________.

CORRECT ANSWER
circle
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