Students must edit the silly sentence and write it correctly, then finally they read (to themselves) the bottom sentence and draw a picture to show comprehension.
I created spelling word list activities and assessment year bundles for each grade K-3. There is so much teachers are required to do and also want to do with our students each day.
When I posted this image on Instagram and Facebook a few weeks ago, I got a lot of questions about it.
People wanted to know how I I’m happy to now share with you the details about the spelling bundles I have created and I hope they can help.
Spelling often seems to be one of those things that is required and we want to do, but it feels overwhelming because we don’t have resources or know where to start.
I hope that by sharing the activities I use in my classroom and the resources I have created, teaching spelling in your own classroom can begin to feel a bit more manageable and meaningful.
After they have learned all the spelling activities I hang a menu board and they are able to choose whichever activity they’d like during word work.
These activity pages could be used to practice spelling or sight words as a center, morning work, or homework. So while the activity pages I’ve shared above could be used in centers, as morning work, or homework, I know there are teachers who are looking for more.
The 1st – 5th grade program includes: The first grade spelling word lists include 36 printable worksheets, master list and dictation sentences. The second grade spelling word lists include 36 printable worksheets, master list and dictation sentences.
There are 8 words per week, and include beginning sight words from the Dolch and Fry list, as well as word families like -at words (e.g. There are 16 words per week, and include grade appropriate sight words, letter combinations and academic vocabulary. The third grade spelling word lists include 36 printable worksheets, master list and dictation sentences.