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ie. ei. The most common rules for ‘ ie ’. Most words use ‘ ie ’ ‘ ei ’ at the beginning of a sentence; “The neighbours wake at eight on a Saturday!” If it’s a long ‘a’ sound it usually indicates ‘ ei ’ For example; neighbour, veins, weight, freight and eight.

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    3. The most common rules for ‘ie’ • Most words use ‘ie’ • ‘ei’ at the beginning of a sentence; “The neighbours wake at eight on a Saturday!” • If it’s a long ‘a’ sound it usually indicates ‘ei’ For example; neighbour, veins, weight, freight and eight. • ‘ie’ at the end believe it and you will achieve it!

    4. Rule rebels! • Words with ‘ei’ usually form an ‘a’ sound, but ‘height never does it right!’ • There is something odd about; ancient, glacier, science and species. Can you spot the it?

    5. More spelling strategies • Separate - there is a rat in separate. • Receive - i before e except after c. • Listen for the ear in hear. • Here and there are all about place. • You'll need 2 walking sticks if you fall off a wall. • Rhythm Helps You To Hear Music.

    6. Even more! • To to you, T for me O for you, (idea of having one each) • Two there are two V’s in two, (visual W) • Too too many O’s, (sounds like too many oos) • Choose – I cant decide what OO to use • Chose – I liked this one best!