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Spelling: Words with 'ck' 1

In this worksheet, students revise the use of 'ck' to spell the 'k' phoneme.

'Spelling: Words with 'ck' 1' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:  Writing: Transcription

Curriculum subtopic:  Spelling Awareness

Difficulty level:  

down

Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

The letters 'ck' together make the same sound as the letter 'k' on its own. It can be hard to know when to use 'ck' but there are rules to help.

 

The letters 'ck' never come together at the beginning of a word.

 

In the middle or at the end of a word we usually use 'ck' straight after a short vowel sound.

stick

tackle

peck

 

We usually use 'k' on its own after a long vowel sound or a consonant.

broken

tank

pork

 

In this worksheet you can practise spelling words containing the 'k' sound.

Choose the correct spelling to complete the sentence.

 

An adder is a poisonous __________.

snacke

snake

Choose the correct spelling to complete the sentence.

 

Joe fell over on the ice and hurt his __________.

ankle

anckle

Choose the correct spelling to complete the sentence.

 

The __________ struck thirteen.

clock

clok

Choose the correct spelling to complete the sentence.

 

Some people believe that a four-leaved clover brings good __________.

luk

luck

Choose the correct spelling to complete the sentence.

 

My teacher gave me a __________ when I got all my spellings right.

stiker

sticker

Choose the correct spelling to complete the sentence.

 

We get __________ from cows.

milck

milk

Choose the correct spelling to complete the sentence.

 

The fire __________ in the hearth.

crakled

crackled

Choose the correct spelling to complete the sentence.

 

My great-grandad's face is very __________.

wrinckled

wrinkled

Choose the correct spelling to complete the sentence.

 

A pelican has a very large __________.

beack

beak

Choose the correct spelling to complete the sentence.

 

I tried to __________ of the correct answer.

thinck

think

  • Question 1

Choose the correct spelling to complete the sentence.

 

An adder is a poisonous __________.

CORRECT ANSWER
snake
  • Question 2

Choose the correct spelling to complete the sentence.

 

Joe fell over on the ice and hurt his __________.

CORRECT ANSWER
ankle
  • Question 3

Choose the correct spelling to complete the sentence.

 

The __________ struck thirteen.

CORRECT ANSWER
clock
  • Question 4

Choose the correct spelling to complete the sentence.

 

Some people believe that a four-leaved clover brings good __________.

CORRECT ANSWER
luck
  • Question 5

Choose the correct spelling to complete the sentence.

 

My teacher gave me a __________ when I got all my spellings right.

CORRECT ANSWER
sticker
  • Question 6

Choose the correct spelling to complete the sentence.

 

We get __________ from cows.

CORRECT ANSWER
milk
  • Question 7

Choose the correct spelling to complete the sentence.

 

The fire __________ in the hearth.

CORRECT ANSWER
crackled
  • Question 8

Choose the correct spelling to complete the sentence.

 

My great-grandad's face is very __________.

CORRECT ANSWER
wrinkled
  • Question 9

Choose the correct spelling to complete the sentence.

 

A pelican has a very large __________.

CORRECT ANSWER
beak
  • Question 10

Choose the correct spelling to complete the sentence.

 

I tried to __________ of the correct answer.

CORRECT ANSWER
think
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