Year 1 - The End Sound ll

The End Sound ll is a quiz that informs KS1 children of the rules and spellings of words that end in ‘ll’. The words are taken from and added to those stated in the National Curriculum.

If a word ends in a ‘l’ sound, it is most likely going to be written like this: ‘ll’. If the vowel sound in the word is what we call a short sound, then the next letters will be doubled. Test your knowledge on these spellings.

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  1. Spell the missing word: Give it your ____!
    This is what we say to someone to show our support and encouragement.
  2. Spell the missing word: Mind the gap, you might ____.
    If you run up mountains, you are participating in an activity called fell running. (Fell also has a double 'll'.)
  3. Spell the missing word: This is a picture of The Great ____ of China.
    Many people visit China to see the Great Wall.
  4. Spell the missing word: How much is that ____?
    A bill tells you the cost of something. The word Bill is also a name!
  5. Spell the missing word: If you need any help, just ____.
    Did you know the most common way to break a mobile phone is by dropping it down the toilet!
  6. Spell the missing word: This is my new ____.
    The hall or hallway is the part of a house that leads to the other rooms.
  7. Why do we have 'll' at the end of the word 'well'?
    The 'e' makes a short sound compared to the word 'wheel' where the 'ee' makes a long vowel sound. That is why the word wheel only has one 'l' at the end of the word.
  8. Spell the missing word: That building is very ____.
    The tallest building in the world is called The Burj Khalifa and is in Dubai.
  9. Spell the missing word: Please ring the ____.
    A bell that is low or deep in sound is often the heaviest of all the bells and is called a tenor.
  10. Spell the missing word: That is one angry ____.
    Bulls don't get angry at the sight of red; it's actually the movement caused by the cape.

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