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High frequency words

High Frequency Words

 

In addition to the High Frequency Words from Key Stage 1, pupils should learn to read and write these words independently whilst they are in Years 3 and 4.

 

 

accident

century

experiment

interest

particular

remember

accidentally

certain

extreme

island

peculiar

sentence

actual

circle

famous

knowledge

perhaps

separate

actually

complete

favourite

learn

popular

special

address

consider

February

length

position

straight

answer

continue

forward(s)

library

possess

strange

appear

decide

fruit

material

possession

strength

arrive

describe

grammar

medicine

possible

suppose

believe

different

group

mention

potatoes

surprise

bicycle

difficult

guard

minute

pressure

therefore

breath

disappear

guide

natural

probably

though

breathe

early

heard

naughty

promise

although

build

earth

heart

notice

purpose

thought

busy

eight

height

occasion

quarter

through

business

eighth

history

occasionally

question

various

calendar

enough

imagine

often

recent

weight

caught

exercise

increase

opposite

regular

woman

centre

experience

important

ordinary

reign

women

 

 

It is important that they recognise the relationships between sounds and letters, even when they are unusual.  Once root words are learned they can be used to spell longer words correctly, if the rules and guidelines for adding prefixes and suffixes are also known and used.

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