At the end of Key Stage 2, children in Year 6 complete the English grammar, punctuation and spelling test (GPS). Are your pupils ready?
This Year 6 SPaG Questions pack will support the practise of test style questions that pupils will face in paper 1 of the end of Key Stage 2 English Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling test.
These resources can be used alongside our Year 6 Revision Blaster worksheets to support revision in your classroom, in this case, of modal verbs, synonyms and antonyms.
All our SPAG Questions and Revision Blaster resource packs focus on the content domains from the Key Stage 2 grammar, punctuation and spelling test framework (National Curriculum tests from 2016).
Content domains covered in this resource:
- G4.1c – modal verbs
- G6.1 synonyms and antonyms
This pack includes:
- SPaG Questions PPT slides: noun phrases
- Let’s Practise! 1 and 2 PDF worksheets, (also shown on PPT slides 5 and 6)
What is a modal verb?
A modal verb modifies a verb in a sentence. They are used to show possibility or likelihood, necessity or the future. Modal verbs are: will, would, can, could, may, might, shall, should, must, ought.
What is a synonym or antonym?
Synonyms are words with the same or a similar meaning. The words fast, speedy and rapid are synonyms of the word quick. Antonyms are words with the opposite meaning, such as fast and slow.