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Year 2 - The Sound ey

This 'The Sound ey' spelling quiz tests KS1 children on spellings that end with this phoneme. The words have been taken from the National Curriculum. As an extension, you can inform children that to make most of these words plurals, all you need to do is add an ‘s’ to the end of the word.

Sometimes words end in ‘ey’. This quiz is going to test you on spelling words that end with this sound. See if you can get full marks.

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  1. You can play ____ on the grass or on the ice.
    You don't hit a ball in ice hockey; instead you hit a puck.
  2. He was scared and didn't want to walk down the ____ alone.
    An alley is a narrow pathway.
  3. He wore his favourite football ____.
    A jersey is a top with long sleeves and often knitted.
  4. A ____ is stronger than a horse (size for size).
    They are also less-easily startled than horses.
  5. ____ doesn't make the world go round!
    Another common saying is that money doesn't grow on trees.
  6. They walked through the ____.
    A valley is the ground at the bottom of two hills.
  7. There are more than two hundred and sixty species of ____.
    An ape is not one of them! Apes aren't monkeys.
  8. This house has a ____.
    Don't worry if you don't have a chimney - Father Christmas can still find a way into your house!
  9. They filled the ____ to the brim!
    Many shopping trolleys need a pound coin in them, which you get back when you return the trolley to the parking area.
  10. She was very ____ today.
    Smiling is contagious - this means if someone smiles at you, you can't help but smile back.

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