Year 2 - Ending with ild and ind

This 'Ending with ild and ind' spelling quiz will test KS1 children on words with these endings. It is an extension to the spellings suggested in the National Curriculum.

When the ‘i’ sound goes before ‘nd’ or ‘ld’ it usually makes an ‘igh’ sound. Can you spell these missing ‘ind’ and ‘ild’ words?

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  1. Please be ____ and help the ____ man across the road.
    Often, if someone is blind they have a guide dog to help them.
  2. Even though the ____ is blowing, it's very ____ outside.
    If someone says it's mild outside, that means it's quite warm.
  3. After school he goes to a ____.
    Even though this word doesn't end in 'ild' or 'ind' - it does have them both in it!
  4. Lemon cake is even tastier if you add the ____.
    The rind is the outer skin.
  5. The dog was hiding ____ the tree.
    The opposite of 'behind' is 'in front of'.
  6. Please ____ a ____ of milk.
    We buy milk in pints; a pint is how we measure liquid.
  7. Do you ____ if I turn it over?
    All the answers are words, but only one fits our sentence.
  8. Did that ____ ____ her toy?
    There is a word 'fined' but it means you've been charged for something.
  9. Will you ____ me to ____ the coffee?
    Coffee beans need to be ground to make powder or granules.
  10. This monkey lives in the ____.
    This means it lives in its natural habitat.

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