Spellings of letters

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Help Evan the Warrior to release his imprisoned countrymen by spelling the answers to rhyming riddles. Make the most words and earn the title, “King of the Monsters”. This page has been created by Woodlands Junior School for students to improve their literacy skills and for teachers seeking literacy resources to use on an interactive whiteboard or computer. Material on this page are links to other web sites and Woodlands Junior School takes no creative credit for any of the activities or links. All the materials on these pages are free for homework and classroom use only.

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Spelling is the combination of alphabetic letters to form a written word. Spellings originated as transcriptions of the sounds of spoken language according to the alphabetic principle. Uniformity in the spelling of words is one of the features of a standard language in modern times, and official languages usually have standard spellings. France, the Netherlands, and Germany, reforms are regularly made so that spelling better matches the changing pronunciation.