The Oak National Academy's focus this week is all about features and writing a diary.
BBC Bitesize focuses on how you can write a letter.
Could you write me a letter? or Write a diary of a day at home?
When focusing on your spellings, remember these rules;
Suffix spelling rules
Rule 1: For words ending in two consonants, just add the suffix to the root word.
For example: smart + er = smarter
Rule 2: For words that end in a short vowel sound followed by a consonant, you need to double the last letter then add the suffix.
For example: mop + ed = mopped
Rule 3: For words ending in a consonant followed by an ’e’, you need to drop the ‘e’ before you add the suffix.
For example: stride + ing = striding
Rule 4: For words that end in a consonant and a ‘y’, change the ‘y’ to an ‘i’ and then add the suffix.
For example: cry + ed = cried
However if the suffix you want to add starts with an ‘i', you keep the original ‘y’ so that you don’t end up with a double ‘i’. For example: cry + ing = crying