what's the loveliest phonetic spelling of a word you've seen?

(184 Posts)

DS1 wrote SMUTIS on a shopping list. And TMUTOS.

Hulababy Sat 18-May-13 19:46:24

When DD was still little I remember this one: choobs smile

bobthebear Sat 18-May-13 19:46:37

What's SMUTIS? I've been sat here saying it over and over but cant get it!

I remember DD writing 'can we hav skubetee for tee plees' once grin

Smarties!

bobthebear Sat 18-May-13 19:47:13

Ah smarties?!

bobthebear Sat 18-May-13 19:48:11

Lol I got it before you posted. I do love phonetic spelling. I work in a primary school so see lots of it

Mintyy Sat 18-May-13 19:48:13

My dd has a friend whose dad is French and called Jean-Pierre.

One day she had reason to write his name down and it came out Xompier.

MothershipG Sat 18-May-13 19:49:10

"Bulzi" - DD was away on a school trip and in her letter home was telling me about her first go at archery. grin

thegreylady Sat 18-May-13 19:52:36

the usual suspects are egog [hedgehog] and artetac [heart attack]

grin

5318008 Sat 18-May-13 19:54:15

Apor.

It's a fruit.

Haberdashery Sat 18-May-13 19:54:26

Loved 'acsidunt' when DD was little and wrote a note to me apologising for spilling a yoghurt (there may have been some shouting but 'acsidunt' made my hard old heart melt).

Chooseday
Best day of the week grin

Feenie Sat 18-May-13 19:55:50

I've always liked 'ponner'

Once a ponner time grin

ballstoit Sat 18-May-13 19:56:01

DD writing about our garden for hw. 'Mi fayvrit flowur is a choolip.'

flowery Sat 18-May-13 19:58:08

My 3yo confidently told me that CR spells car. I couldn't fault his logic. At the moment he's picking up some letters phonetically and others by their letter names, so CR it is!

MuseumOfHam Sat 18-May-13 19:58:14

"Dear Nan and Grandad" (so far so good) "sangck you for the swiming chrongcks"

A friend's DD wrote 'there wuns was a cat' which I liked

ShowOfHands Sat 18-May-13 20:00:00

I luf efreeone speshulee Amy.

DD wrote a book with this title.

Fuzzymum1 Sat 18-May-13 20:00:06

This will out me if anyone who knows me is on here but my Y1 DS3 is utterly obsessed with his 'ovahed bjecta'

PerditaXDream Sat 18-May-13 20:01:44

Skwije.
They were describing textures.

Murtette Sat 18-May-13 20:02:03

"fit" for theatre. It doesn't make sense until you pronounce it with a south London accent which makes a "f" sound of "th".

Pootlingalong Sat 18-May-13 20:02:19

Ya carnt cach me iym the Jinja bred man
Works best in DS's Geordie accent, love it

Dozer Sat 18-May-13 20:19:12

Ystd (yesterday)
Mafyew (matthew)
Milez

mrz Sat 18-May-13 20:20:55

beeyooteefull

mrz Sat 18-May-13 20:21:24

akseedent

poppymagnum Sat 18-May-13 20:21:49

DD now 15 once wrote

beyooteefol for beautiful.

I still have the picture. She was describing a cat.

DebsMorgan Sat 18-May-13 20:24:58

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ipadquietly Sat 18-May-13 20:28:08

drf
(get it?)

MrsGeologist Sat 18-May-13 20:29:16

A little girl at school drew a picture for DS1, and spelt his name Feyo.

ariane5 Sat 18-May-13 20:30:10

When dd1 was in year 1 she did a page of writing all about her "new years resalooshans"! It really made me giggle.

deleted203 Sat 18-May-13 20:31:00

Not primary, but I once had a kid write YRNTN.

Apparently this was 'wire netting'.

(Can't remember why he felt the need to write this!)

lovelilies Sat 18-May-13 20:33:05

my mum kept a letter where I wrote about a 'fury tyckin' grin

What's wrf?

Drf!

FadedSapphire Sat 18-May-13 20:36:11

fukshns= instructions..

Floggingmolly Sat 18-May-13 20:36:25

Hapy Biffday Dad. (ds2, age 5)

RachelHRD Sat 18-May-13 20:36:40

DS wanted Sosijis for tea one evening smile

Floggingmolly Sat 18-May-13 20:36:52

Hapy Biffday Dad. (ds2, age 5)

beanandspud Sat 18-May-13 20:37:04

Apparently I give 'nighs cudels' and friend is good at 'jimnasticks' grin

Floggingmolly Sat 18-May-13 20:37:14

Oh, sorry blush

ipadquietly Sat 18-May-13 20:38:00

drf = giraffe
dr-ar-f
smile

Love it!

LotsaTuddles Sat 18-May-13 20:41:38

DNiece wrote kween today. She also often phonetically spells luff, burfday.

Love her heart

SeriousWispaHabit Sat 18-May-13 20:45:11

vejdblz = vegetables

And a poster she made for her door says:

smelleey sisters carnt cume in or a monsd will eet yoow.

(The accompanying illustration is quite scary actually!)

3MonthMaid Sat 18-May-13 20:45:37

The "baybee cheesis"

Bless smile

Curlygirly Sat 18-May-13 20:53:49

joclit = chocolate

I was getting notes signed Luf but DS has now learned love - I miss luf

Branleuse Sat 18-May-13 20:58:44

my dd is 5 and recently typed in "elo citi gamz" into my search engine when I wasnt looking ♡

LtEveDallas Sat 18-May-13 20:59:05

The tiger ate all the Samwjos according to DD grin

MisForMumNotMaid Sat 18-May-13 21:02:54

Happi muffrs day

Luf,

DS2

He writes me little notes saying he lufs me often. Its almost too cute to correct. I see he's not the only mum lufer out there.

LemonBreeland Sat 18-May-13 21:07:10

DS2 wrote moovey for movie the other day. I also like elft for elephant.

shellyf Sat 18-May-13 21:18:40

fack yoo mises fanney
thank you mrs (not anything even close to fanney)

juniper9 Sat 18-May-13 21:51:28

I asked my class to write down their greatest achievement of the year. One wrote foniks.

Hmm.

FoundAChopinLizt Sat 18-May-13 22:01:00

I fel and my penis fel out of my pokkt.

Pennies obvgrin

BabiesAreLikeBuses Sat 18-May-13 22:02:29

Teaching placement in birmingham... The animals were woyald.

noisytoys Sat 18-May-13 22:05:22

Mowntin (mountain) written by DD (age 5)

SizzleSazz Sat 18-May-13 22:06:38

Auntie Loowees - Auntie Louise grin

Tywoosday - Tuesday

Cuntry - You can guess that one wink

Beehatch Sat 18-May-13 22:08:31

Branleuse how on earth did you manage that heart in your post?

Lovin the thread BTW. I have a lovely list of months written phonetically by DD that includes "janyooeree"

MrsShrek3 Sat 18-May-13 22:12:41

in Y2, writing in an imaginary setting (following on from Traditional Tales, obv)
the Pisses finded the goldn penis

(the princess found the golden pennies. well what were ypu thinking) Staff came from all corners of the school to see that piece of legendary writing.

PelvicFloorClenchReminder Sat 18-May-13 22:14:46

Oh dear, I welled up a little bit at 'Skwije' and the rest of the thread got a bit blurred!

Sommink Sat 18-May-13 22:14:53

my favourite phonetic word used to be jaraf, its recently changed to Misis A Misis B Misis C Misis D Misis E (dd has lots of teachers in her class....) I think this is how we should all spell Mrs, makes so much more sense!!!

muminthecity Sat 18-May-13 22:19:59

My DD wrote about a jackoosie yesterday. I much prefer her version to the real one!

I was marking a spelling test for my year 3s last year when I came across
3. Cunt
right in the middle of one of them. It was supposed to say can't!

HauntedNow Sat 18-May-13 22:20:45

Loving this thread - but can't work out "elo citi gamz" Branleuse and feel it's just a bit too late to wake up DS to translate grin

Sticklebug Sat 18-May-13 22:21:06

Crst, when DD's best friend broke her leg in reception.

threestars Sat 18-May-13 22:22:33

firytnd for frightened

Wigeon Sat 18-May-13 22:23:04

Frogsporn

Reception DD's idea of the stage before tadpoles! Quite apt really!

gerbilsarefun Sat 18-May-13 22:23:32

My dd wrote the story of the 3 pigs in reception. She ended it, telling how the wolf fell down the chimney and 'hrt his bottm'. So funny and cute. she is now a grumpy teenager

bran Sat 18-May-13 22:24:01

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Fuzzymum1 Sat 18-May-13 22:24:49

There's a sign on DS3's bedroom door which reads "if yoo cum in wen ighm cros yoo will get beetun' It was written when he was 5 and has been there quite a while - I can't bring myself to take it down :D

'terd' was terrible with a reversal!

elo citi gamez probably means Hello Kitty Games

HauntedNow Sat 18-May-13 22:46:31

Thanks Ilovepowerhoop - having a boy would never have worked that out smile

Euphemia Sat 18-May-13 23:03:38

my penis fel out of my pokkt

grin

Just looked in 6yo DD1's homework folder, there were some corkers...

To Jack's amaysment ther wos a jaynt beenstork. He clymd to the top and cwayertly snuck in to the castle at the top. He herd a lawd booming voys that sawndid like it blongd to a huwj jaynt.

It's time for brecfurst sed Mummy Bar. But I wont to go to the enchantid forist on my scoowter sed Baby Bar. So Baby Bar pact sum food for the jrny and startid his scewter. Whoosh! Owt in to the morning he went. He met a star fish laying by the rowd. Baby Bar ascked the star fish if he would liek to cum too. Yes sed the star fish so he hopt on the handlbars.

grin

tinytalker Sun 19-May-13 00:28:21

"I wnt to v ulimpix and sor runing"
smile

Limelight Sun 19-May-13 00:47:33

When I was about 6 I wrote 'buffla' in a story. This is one of my DM and DF's favourite stories because it took them a little while to work out.

So take into account: (1) a broad Teesside accent which meant missing Ts; and (2) slightly dodgy hearing which meant that ends of words got missed. Also squint your eyes a little bit...

And then you get 'butterfly'!

My DM is slightly thrilled that my 2yo DD says 'bufflafly'. smile

Oh and my hearing got sorted the following year - adenoids out.

Jinsei Sun 19-May-13 00:59:22

Eggsarmpull.

From dd when she was in reception. grin

YoniBottsBumgina Sun 19-May-13 01:07:05

It's not a child's one, but I've always loved the Welsh ambuwlans.

Love how you can hear all the accents in these too grin

LilyBolero Sun 19-May-13 01:09:05

My favourite one was dd;

'Jagn'



=





Dragon!

deleted203 Sun 19-May-13 01:51:45

DS1 wrote a Get Well card to his Auntie Di many years ago now.

It read:-

Get Wel Soon Anty

Die

grin

CouthyMow Sun 19-May-13 03:25:27

A corker from (now 15yo) DD -

mumee tuk mi too de pak and wudot let mi have an iyskreem i shated at hur but shee wudot lissen den I criyd an mumee tuk me howm an i didut wanoo liv sow i holdid ontoo de climin fraym den mumee got cros an sed i cudot hav anee sweeteez wen we gotid howm i sed i woz soree an mumee gayv mi a cudowl i luf miy mumee.

gringringringringringrin

This was from her Y2 writing book I found in the cupboard - she was behind because of her LD's.

oinkment Sun 19-May-13 04:30:17

All my little notes used to begin "Dey Mume". Now they say "Dear Mummy".

She was writing about chreez yesterday though.

FaintlyMacabre Sun 19-May-13 04:57:01

DS1 (5) labelled a picture of two children fighting 'skwobl'.

MrsShrek3 Sun 19-May-13 05:15:21

Love skwoblgrin

Euphemia Sun 19-May-13 06:55:23

I need to get a P2 or P3 pupil's jotter and type an example for you to see whether you can hear the Scottish accent!

It's fabulous the way accents come out in the examples above!

Bonkerz Sun 19-May-13 07:03:13

My dd wrote in a thank you card to her daddy 'you are Hanson' for ages after I couldn't resist singing mmmmmbop at himwink

BiscuitMillionaire Sun 19-May-13 07:10:11

My DD wrote 'fack yoo' on our big whiteboard. I was a bit shock so I asked her what she meant - it was 'thank you'.

FaintlyMacabre Sun 19-May-13 07:16:57

These are all lovely. I love the way they have the confidence to have a go at writing words that officially they haven't learnt the correct spelling for. Makes their writing so expressive.

From DS3 when he was 5: "I hope my cat has 8 citterns. 4 boy citterns and 4 girl citterns".

Fortunately this hasn't come to pass, or we'd be asking the vet for a refund on the operation she had done.

BooksandaCuppa Sun 19-May-13 07:33:37

I love figuring out the accents too!

I don't have many examples from ds (now 12). He was such a good and early reader and a really comparatively late writer (and autistic which I believe is relevant to his auditory processing) that he didn't much use phonics to write - more variations of correct spellings.

He wrote 'sausag', 'daer', 'adveture' and 'lihgt' - things like that in maybe year 1. How things sounded never helped him, only how he knew they looked.

seeker Sun 19-May-13 07:39:22

My ds wrote Happy Birfday Efan in a card once.

We live in Kent. That's why I counsel against names with "th" in them!

AThingInYourLife Sun 19-May-13 08:05:54

Love this thread. smile

"DS1 (5) labelled a picture of two children fighting 'skwobl'."

That is really clever. Cute and a bit funny, but really well worked out.

My most recent example is Roamin for Roman which is a bit boring compared to penis for pennies grin.

But it reminded me of those houses called Dun Roamin people retire to.

DD1 is 5 and really getting into writing in her own, so looking forward to more of these.

KingRollo Sun 19-May-13 08:11:08

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KingRollo Sun 19-May-13 08:18:36

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OwlMother Sun 19-May-13 08:18:50

Yoonikorn

Last year one of my year 2 children wrote a story about a 'rober' who climbed through a window and stole all the 'penis'. Unfortunately it wasn't a very good story and every other word seemed to be 'penis' lol.

AaDB Sun 19-May-13 12:33:06

I've had this note after ds 6 was a bit naughty this morning: 'Der Mrs Mum, form your spesul boy'. With a drawing of tears and a sunflower.
He has a different accent from the city we live in and I wondered how his teachers cope. We can read these no bother and helped me out with squidgy grin

Barbarashop Sun 19-May-13 12:37:47

My nephew once wrote out his Christmas list:
Inyaner dyoons figer
Pakit of hairy boos
We particularly loved the second one! grin

When DS was about 5, he regularly drew maps. One referenced places he knew of through home life. It had a route that included Jamayka and finished at Saarfend. When I pointed out that it was SOUTHend, his response was 'well that's how DSM says it!' grin

Euphemia Sun 19-May-13 12:50:50

Arf @ Saarfend grin

'The chrayn was chugin down the chrayn chrakks, it wos a brilleeunt chrayn'

MrsGeologist Sun 19-May-13 13:06:27

A lot of these could be Ikea furniture. Especially skwobl.

I must be hormonal, this thread has me welling up!

'Aie liv in saf Lunden.'
From DS.

'I lyk drincin war and pleyin wif the hamsta.'
I think 'war' translating as 'water' might tell you that he has a heavy accent.

And 'mummi coums frum Sweedin and daddi coums from Ruzshia.' I think he picked up some Polish from my DM with the zs.

And 'I lyk the boos.'
For bus.

'Raynebo'
From dd2 aged four.

CecyHall Sun 19-May-13 13:17:42

Not written but when my cousin was little we were all in the car playing I spy and she'd asked us for something beginning with 'J' we were guessing for ages and had to give up.

Turns out it was dress!

jojane Sun 19-May-13 13:21:43

Dds imaginary friends are Daze and Maze (daisy and maisy) she's only 4 bless her, she made a book the other day about goldilocks and although most words were spelt wrong they made absolute sense phonetically!!

MrsMelons Sun 19-May-13 13:29:56

DS2 wrote 'I luv yoo' on a note to me after I had told him off.

My niece wrote a Santa letter and drew pictures of what she wanted then labelled the pictures. She had written 'dic' next to the CD.

AChickenCalledKorma Sun 19-May-13 15:13:51

Loving "saf Lunden"

DD1 wrote about playing in the "feeyold"

Hadn't really realised what a little Estuary accent she was developing until that moment!

quip Sun 19-May-13 16:14:11

I have a note on the kitchen door saying "To mummy yorthe dest mummyinthe youniverse and I loveyou andcanwe gotothat qlase wher youcan stayina dall pit love ds2"

If you're struggling to translate - he wanted me to take him to the crèche in ikea smile

When ds was small he drew a picture with a parrot in it, and the parrot was saying "Scworc" (Squawk)! grin

CorrieDale Sun 19-May-13 16:46:30

Dd made herself a passport in Turns out she was born in Inglund (well, inglunb to be completely avcurate) and her surname (*field) is *fiuld. Yes, we do live near Birmingham!

Clawdy Sun 19-May-13 17:47:45

A little boy in my class was trying to write 'hedgehog'. He said, " I've got the 'egg' but I need the 'jog'....."smile

MrsMelons Sun 19-May-13 18:34:03

DS2 has just finished his homework of his favourite tv characters (cariters). Crious Joj (curious george) made me laugh

Smartieaddict Sun 19-May-13 19:48:26

Bteetoo was my favourite from DS. (potato) Sort of sounds like it should be said with an Irish accent, although we are not Irish.

DD once wrote me a list of household tasks she was prepared to undertake, with prices attached...very enterprising.

For 50p I could procure her services for 'hovering and pulping' (pulping is what you do to sofa cushions to make them not flat)

And for £1 she would 'solv ani promble'....very useful. If only she still offered this service

Serafinaaa Sun 19-May-13 20:36:02

Moaturbighck

simpson Sun 19-May-13 20:41:26

Raideeaitor (radiator)

"Mummy I fink I love yoo but I love my teecha some tyms speshally when she lets me have a stika" (written by DD aged 5)

sunnyshine Sun 19-May-13 20:44:38

My dd always writes Los and Los ( lots and lots) always makes me smile smile

Pozzled Sun 19-May-13 20:51:00

Myooseeum

Rolup rolup for the sercoos

Swmn lesn

Jacksterbear Sun 19-May-13 20:56:29

Aww these are lovely. smile

"Fengc yoo for de bufday preznt" -ds' thank you letters for his 5th bday.

bruffin Sun 19-May-13 21:03:10

my ds 17is dyslexic
my favorite from when he was 11 was

Awwfisherly

He still has some lovely ones like knollidge.

Nicnocknoo Sun 19-May-13 21:31:32

Ds1 now 9 drew a picture of what he had seen on a class walk. He hadn't planned out how long his word would be so in the middle of the page wrote "cunt" with "reeside" spilling down the side of the page. Dh has that on his desk at work.

ShipwreckedAndComatose Sun 19-May-13 21:39:33

It's from secondary school but I once had a 'buns and bunner' labelled on a diagram in a girl's book (Bunsen burner)

infin Sun 19-May-13 21:42:55

'Barf thoom and poot thoom inercot.'
From 'Waiz I help my mum wiv the twins' from a reception child.
Thought 'thoom' was odd for 'them' until I actually said the sentence aloud.....

Coesee (DDtoday in homework)
rfdr - child in my class
(cosy and after)

Hercule Sun 19-May-13 21:50:53

I once had a Northern Irish boyfriend who wrote me a letter talking about a 'fillum' he'd seen in town and then they'd gone to a 'bonefire'.

NinthWave Sun 19-May-13 21:58:35

DS1 wrote about a rattlesnake for his homework about animals recently. They ar poysnus.

And once 'I wanta bee a crokodyl or a mowse or a whore beecoz I lik annimulls.'
Whore= HORSE. It was adorable. And funny.

And DS gave me a card saying 'flowus ar reeli pritti but yu ar prittya beecoz yu ar lik a smyl and yu mayk mi fiel happi evri day beecoz yu luv mi a lot and yu hug mi and kis mi gud nyt.'

BlackeyedSusan Mon 20-May-13 00:59:25

penis for pennies and fuck for fork are quite common mistakes.

dd's first attempt at writing was FIU = fire she was obsessed with playing fire fighters at the time.

theherring you are making me cry at 7.08 on a Momday morning smile

jojane Mon 20-May-13 07:58:39

Not quite the same but when dd was little
She used to call popcorn cockporn!!!!! Very embarrassing at the cinema with her squealing lets get some
Cockporn!

tinytreefrog Mon 20-May-13 11:45:41

I did love dd1's spelling of youneecorn when she was small, still makes me smile.
I also liked my 5 yo dd2's story about the three litol pigs.

DeWe Mon 20-May-13 11:54:39

I expect someone's said this one, but I've a friend who wrote in a spelling test potoooooooo-and got the mark because the teacher thought it was very funny. He did tell her to write the correct spelling out three times though, as we had to with any we got wrong.

APipkinOfPepper Mon 20-May-13 12:25:04

ezd egs
(Easter eggs)

I get "luf DS" as well, so cute.

MuseumOfHam Mon 20-May-13 17:48:28

In case this thread's getting too sacchyrine, this hot off the press from my DS, chalked on the path after I got home from work tonight: 'I'm tighud of torcing to you' Decorated with shells and daisies - passive aggressive or what? Should I let him on Mumsnet? He's 6.

oh, strong work MoH's DS, bravo!

Dozer Mon 20-May-13 20:09:09

grin These are fab, especially the rude ones: fack you, cockporn!

Before she could read DD1 once fished t-w-a-t out of bath letters and stuck them on the wall in that order,nice!

fukshns= instructions describes DIY reality v well sapphire

And skwobl surely has many good uses on MN and in RL.

gillywillywoo Mon 20-May-13 20:12:37

CUNTRY

grin

MrsMelons Mon 20-May-13 21:02:46

Cuntry - that is the best one so far grin

I hav for citns and too dogs and a hamsta but I rilli want ginny pigs and rats and a big munki. Mummi seys I am a littil munki and I want a big munki.

His homework tonight <sobs>

Euphemia Mon 20-May-13 21:07:40

potoooooooo? I don't get it. confused

fuzzpig Mon 20-May-13 21:15:21

Love this thread.

DD once drew Winnie the Pooh characters and labelled them, I rather liked 'pigloot' ('oo' as in book)

She has also written love as 'luff' which makes me smile as MNers write it like that too grin

Jezabelle Mon 20-May-13 21:28:33

cyoocumba
(DD1 writing a shopping list when in reception).

seeker Mon 20-May-13 23:18:05

My ds wrote all therude words he knew on our whiteboard once - Urc, Wicl and Butum

DXBMermaid Mon 20-May-13 23:42:44

Me when first learning to write English (must have been about 6/7 and just a tiny bit dyslectic)

Bess wrkt ass a framer in de feelt

What's potooooo and Urc?

My favourite was DS, 4yo at the time - he did a Google search for "nyoosoopamareeobroz" (New Super Mario Bros) smile

StealthOfficialCrispTester Tue 21-May-13 09:44:34

Ds wrote that he wanted ti invite "mafyoo" for tea.
He also left me a note "I am scerd (scared) of Linse".
I asked who this lindsey was, was she picking on him at school?
Turned out to be "lions"
:-)

StealthOfficialCrispTester Tue 21-May-13 09:47:02

Pmsl at SLAG and fack you

What's urc and wicl?!

seeker Tue 21-May-13 16:36:38

Arse and winkle!

DewDr0p Tue 21-May-13 16:41:41

Osg - Oscar (his friend) is my all time favourite.

ahahaha!

StealthOfficialCrispTester Tue 21-May-13 17:55:22

Osg took me a while to get but he is a genius

primarymonkeyhanger Tue 21-May-13 22:00:40

As a student teacher the first time I saw c*nt in a year 1 class I was astonished until it was pointed out that it is 'yorkshire' for can't!

Wunsaponner is a common one

Beamur Tue 21-May-13 22:03:25

Yoonikorn. (Unicorn)

RustyBear Tue 21-May-13 22:12:21

My favourite was 'The snack slithered down the tree'. It was a long time ago, so I can't remember how he spelt 'slithered' but I still have visions of yoghurt dripping down the branches....

MrsMelons Tue 21-May-13 22:13:17

grin Primary! DS2 used to say c*nt for can't and we are not from Yorkshire, he also said fucky for froggy, all very embarrassing!

Oh i love this thread.

Dd - reception age 5. My favourite is Sjoo - for stew.

And this story:

Wuns a pon a tim thair wos a giny pig corld Huny hoow livt in a hows numbr 4.

Wun day thy went worcing and ...

You wil find wot it is on the necst paij...

She got lost.

Dn dn dn.

gaelicsheep Wed 22-May-13 00:19:26

I will forever treasure the first piece of. proper writing DS brought home. It was about butterflies and other flying things and included the line "He moovs with his friends". It totally got me and I don't think I ever want him to get all his spellings right, not for a few more years anyway!

louisianablue2000 Wed 22-May-13 00:49:09

The DDs were playing upstairs when I was given a note that said 'amtss acuming. run qick evywu' They were playing Firefighters.

toffeefee Wed 22-May-13 11:03:49

DD is always writing about 'sparklee younecorns' (sparkly unicorns!) grin

hermitcrab Wed 22-May-13 12:25:11

Tyoosday

peanutMD Wed 22-May-13 12:34:26

not exactly spelling but my DS learnt the alphabet song in nursery when he was 3, he was so pleased with himself.

He was singing

A B C D E F G H I J K ELEMON P Q R S TU'N'V W X Y AND ZEEEE

grin

spiderlight Wed 22-May-13 13:17:18

DS keeps his big hexbugs, and the controller for the RC spider, in a box that he has decorated to make it look like a little house and labelled in big red letters: 'Hexbug Hows. Ant, Spidu, Larvu, Cunt' (He ran out of room to write 'Cuntrola').

spiderlight Thu 23-May-13 18:27:04

I've got a new one today: DS has written a story at school about a blue bug called Mistu Bloobug grin

cetl - kettle

redhappy Thu 23-May-13 21:10:12

DD s in reception and has just got interested in the idea she can write. I love to see her spellings! My favourite so far hrsis and cupud (horses and cupboard)

Berrington Thu 23-May-13 21:13:58

'the baker has no penis' . . . he also had no pennies left!

morethanpotatoprints Thu 23-May-13 21:41:28

egog - Hedgehog.

Animoolls and ahoondrid (one hundred). Yes, we live in the north!

I'm loving all the accents on this thread!

wol1968 Fri 24-May-13 13:01:43

How about 'raped' for wrapped? shock grinDH did that one when he was about 5, copying out the Nativity story.

WileyRoadRunner Fri 24-May-13 14:42:46

My DD regularly uses "cunt" in place of can't blush

toomuchicecream Fri 24-May-13 20:31:45

I encourage my pupils to put a wiggly line under words they know they can't spell, rather than playing safe and only using words they think they know. A year 2 boy today had me thinking when I read walar.

Eventually from the context ("first the shoot appears and then the leaves then walar! The flower is grown..." or words to that effect). I've corrected the spelling to voila! And told my TA, who takes his phonics group, that she can explain it after half term....

zingally Fri 24-May-13 20:39:14

Story writing with my Year 1 class...

"Wons a pony tum..."

Once upon a time...

StealthOfficialCrispTester Fri 24-May-13 20:44:12

Love once a pony tum grin
not a phonetic spelling but DS once handed me a "book" he'd made and written on it was "this is the end". Rather deep and depressing for a 5 yo, I was a little concerned...till I turned over and the other side said "this is the frunt"

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mrz Sat 25-May-13 08:00:52

I'm just doing some marking and "choolips" from one of my class made me smile

FriendlyLadybird Sat 25-May-13 10:20:31

Mewseum. For cats, maybe?

But I also liked DD's notice on her door when she was very young and really not at all advanced in terms of writing. She obviously couldn't work out how to manage 'Private' or 'No admittance' or even 'Keep out'. So we were just faced with '[DD] sez NO'.

sparkleyes Sun 26-May-13 22:48:23

My DD made me a card to say she loove me to bist!

I loove her to bist too !

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