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Year 1 - Magic e Review

This Magic e Review spelling quiz will show KS1 children single clause sentences with magic e spellings. They will need to remember how to apply this rule and identify the correct and perfectly-spelt sentence. Although concentrating on magic e, children should try not to neglect the other spellings and so some sentences will have other HFW (High Frequency Words) spelt incorrectly.

You’ve completed the tests on Magic ‘e’ words and now is the time to see what you’ve learnt.

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  1. Which sentence is perfect?
    This is a question, which is why the sentence ends with a question mark.
  2. Which sentence is perfect?
    Remember, if the word 'hear' has an 'ear' in it then it is to do with your ear and listening.
  3. Which sentence has all the correct spellings for magic e words?
    Most toothpastes have seaweed in them.
  4. Can you find the perfect sentence? All spellings, not just magic e words, need to be perfect!
    The magic e word was 'pole', which was spelt correctly for each answer.
  5. Which sentence has all the correct spellings for magic e words?
    Both made and cake have the 'a' sound, which changes from 'ah' to 'aye' when there is a magic e on the end of the word.
  6. Which sentence has all the correct spellings for magic e words?
    The magic e words are 'These' and 'fade'. The pictures in this image are called Polaroids and are taken from a Polaroid camera.
  7. Which sentence is perfect?
    A theme tune is a song or music that is always played for a certain programme or film.
  8. Which sentence has all the correct spellings for magic e words?
    The word 'those' is a high frequency word; this means it's a word you will use quite a lot.
  9. Which sentence has all the correct spellings for magic e words?
    Wearing a helmet when riding your bike could save your life if you ever fall off.
  10. Which sentence is perfect?
    Although the word 'come' ends with a magic e, it doesn't change the 'oh' to 'ow' (like show); instead it changes to 'uh'.

Author: Finola Waller

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