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Make flashcards and use post it notes to aid word retention and recognition, placing them around the house. In creative writing tasks, children will be assessed on the extent of their vocabulary and its purpose within the text, as well as the accuracy of their spelling. The flash cards also come with a metal sorting ring, allowing learners to carry them around and study on the go.

Plus exams are often known for presenting children with words that are rarely used today but if you pick up a book by Arthur Conan Doyle you’ll probably find them all! Our 11+ 500 Words Vocabulary with Definitions is a great resource to use with your students who are preparing for 11+ exams. Because we know this can be a stressful time for parents and children, we’ve compiled a short but useful guide that will offer some assistance in the lead-up to the big day. Seller has stated it will dispatch the item within 1 working day upon receipt of cleared payment - opens in a new window or tab .A child’s vocabulary is effectively made up of the following; secure words, known words, familiar words, previously seen words and unknown words. They will also need to analyse a variety of texts including poetry, play scripts, descriptive and narrative texts.

Students can learn these new words to enhance their writing and help them with comprehension activities. Your child will, therefore, need to have a diverse vocabulary to draw on for each aspect of their English exam. In this blog, Caroline sets out the importance of children having a broad vocabulary and how this can strengthen their 11 plus English and Verbal Reasoning preparation. Flashcards help the child build connections within words and not just memorize but also understand and learn their meanings.The two games we’d recommend are either Boggleor Scrabbleor ideally both- Boggle is useful when you have a short period of time, Scrabble is useful when you have longer. Both GL and CEM expect children to demonstrate a strong vocabulary by using (or showing an understanding of) a wide range of difficult words.

In this article, Ally, an experienced teacher and school entrance specialist, explains what the ISEB test is and why it has become increasingly popular with independent schools. Whether it’s in a small group setting or individual tutoring online – a tutor can help them tackle any difficulties and give them the best chance of success.Find out more information on our Developing Vocabulary page to help your child develop a strong vocabulary with a good understanding of the words. Children should continue to be read to at this age, alongside reading by themselves, allowing for discussion and questioning of the vocabulary read, and encouraging growth in contextual understanding. Encourage your child to draw a visual interpretation of a word they find difficult – for instance, the word ‘economical’ may be associated with a picture of money, while ‘bewildered’ could be symbolised by a person looking confused.

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