Year 2 - Ending with ost and oll

This 'Ending with ost and oll' spelling quiz tests KS1 children on the spellings with words that end with these two sounds. These spellings are an addition to the curriculum and will be words that are used in Year 2 vocabulary.

Sometimes words end with ‘ost’ or ‘oll’. If you sound out ‘ost’, it’ll be ‘oh-st’ but actually this trigraph is pronounced ‘oe-st’. Sounding out ‘oll’ would be ‘o-ll’ but actually it is pronounced as ‘ole’. Can you find the missing words with these sounds in?

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  2. He ____ fell off his bike! Oops, no - he did fall off!
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  3. I've eaten ____ of the sweets but there are a few left.
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  5. Can you ____ my letter?
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  7. A ____ lives under the bridge.
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  8. Up in the haunted house lived a friendly ____.
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  9. He was a great ____ and she was a brilliant ____.
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  10. How much does the ____ ____?
    A toll road is a road where you charged for driving on it.

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