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Spell Words Ending in -ge

In this worksheet, students practise spelling words that end in -ge.

'Spell Words Ending in -ge' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 1

Curriculum topic:   Writing: Transcription

Curriculum subtopic:   Use Spelling Rules

Difficulty level:  

Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

A lot of words sound like they end in the letters 'idge' but are spelt 'age'.

 

cabbage

 

bandage

 

In this worksheet you can practise spelling words that end in the letters 'age'.

Choose the correct spelling to go with the picture.

 

luggidge

luggige

luggage

Choose the correct spelling to go with the picture.

 

cottage

cottidge

cottadge

Choose the correct spelling to go with the picture.

 

packidge

packadge

package

Choose the correct spelling to complete the sentence.

 

A __________ is a long journey.

voyage

voyidge

voyadge

Choose the correct spelling to complete the sentence.

 

A __________ is smaller than a town.

villadge

village

villidge

Choose the correct spelling to complete the sentence.

 

French is a foreign __________.

languidge

languadge

language

This time, use one of the words you have seen in this worksheet to complete the sentence.

 

Write the missing word in the answer box.

 

The old woman invited Hansel and Gretel into her __________.

Use one of the words you have seen in this worksheet to complete the sentence.

 

Write the missing word in the answer box.

 

We checked in our __________ at the airport before we got on the plane.

Use one of the words you have seen in this worksheet to complete the sentence.

 

Write the missing word in the answer box.

 

We had peas and __________ with our roast beef.

Use one of the words you have seen in this worksheet to complete the sentence.

 

Write the missing word in the answer box.

 

My friend lives in a town but I live in a __________.

  • Question 1

Choose the correct spelling to go with the picture.

 

CORRECT ANSWER
luggage
  • Question 2

Choose the correct spelling to go with the picture.

 

CORRECT ANSWER
cottage
  • Question 3

Choose the correct spelling to go with the picture.

 

CORRECT ANSWER
package
  • Question 4

Choose the correct spelling to complete the sentence.

 

A __________ is a long journey.

CORRECT ANSWER
voyage
  • Question 5

Choose the correct spelling to complete the sentence.

 

A __________ is smaller than a town.

CORRECT ANSWER
village
  • Question 6

Choose the correct spelling to complete the sentence.

 

French is a foreign __________.

CORRECT ANSWER
language
  • Question 7

This time, use one of the words you have seen in this worksheet to complete the sentence.

 

Write the missing word in the answer box.

 

The old woman invited Hansel and Gretel into her __________.

CORRECT ANSWER
cottage
  • Question 8

Use one of the words you have seen in this worksheet to complete the sentence.

 

Write the missing word in the answer box.

 

We checked in our __________ at the airport before we got on the plane.

CORRECT ANSWER
luggage
  • Question 9

Use one of the words you have seen in this worksheet to complete the sentence.

 

Write the missing word in the answer box.

 

We had peas and __________ with our roast beef.

CORRECT ANSWER
cabbage
  • Question 10

Use one of the words you have seen in this worksheet to complete the sentence.

 

Write the missing word in the answer box.

 

My friend lives in a town but I live in a __________.

CORRECT ANSWER
village
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