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Year 2 - J, g or dge?

This 'J, g or dge' spelling quiz tests KS1 children on these letters and trigraph that sound the same but are used to spell different words. All the words have been taken from the National Curriculum.

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If a word begins with the g/j sound it will never be with the ‘dge’ letters. These three letters are only used at the end of a word. However ‘j’ and ‘g’ can be at the beginning of a word. All these missing words will have these sounds in them; can you spell them?

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  1. He sat on the ____ of his seat whilst watching the ____ trick.
    If you are a magician you become part of the "magic circle" where you promise not to reveal any magician secrets.
  2. There are hidden ____ in this ____.
    Gems are precious stones.
  3. What is the ____ of that ____?
    In fairy tales, giants are usually mean characters.
  4. I am in ____ of the ____.
    Giraffes are the tallest land animals in the world.
  5. Can you ____ your name ____?
    Some people call badges, pins.
  6. Your pen has made a ____ in your ____ pocket.
    A suit is normally a jacket and trousers or a jacket and skirt.
  7. They had to ____ the ____ as it wasn't safe.
    Bridges can be for cars, trains or even walkers!
  8. May I ____ you on your ____.
    In the word 'jog' you have the 'g' sound as a 'hard' sound (not a j/g/dge sound).
  9. Can you ____ the ____ bull coming your way?
    The letter 'j' will never follow 'd'.
  10. It takes a lot of ____ to make ____.
    Fudge is quite hard to make as you have to melt sugar, which burns easily.

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