In Building Spelling Skills, Daily Practice, Grade 4, students will learn 18 spelling words per week (540 total). Two sentences for dictation are provided for each list. In this new edition, teaching objectives are provided for each of the 30 weeks. This title includes spelling lists, practice pages, and reproducible forms.
Contains 30 spelling units with lists from commonly used, commonly misspelled English words and words with common phonetic or structural elements, sentences for dictation, and student practice pages for each unit.
In Building Spelling Skills Daily Practice, Grade 3, students will learn 15 spelling words per week (450 total). Three sentences for dictation are provided for each list. Spelling lists include the following: contractions blends vowel sounds prefixes and suffixes compound words words with silent letters and homophones consonant digraphs Practice pages include the following: a spelling list with spaces to read, write, and spell each word visual memory exercises word meaning (filling in missing spelling words in sentences, crossword puzzles, synonyms/antonyms) exercises with phonetic elements editing for spelling Reproducible forms include: spelling record form individual spelling record spelling test form spelling list form word sort form parent letter Reproducible forms include:spelling record form individual spelling record spelling test form spelling list form word sort form parent letter.
-Designed to enrich spelling skills through whole-group and individual instruction, this comprehensive book, created specifically for fourth graders, includes a variety of enrichment activities, a glossary, and an answer key. Topics covered include synonyms, homophones, prefixes and suffixes, signal words, multiple meanings, idioms, prepositions, plurals, and more! Students practice their skills with exercises and then apply those skills through writing assignments so they are able to grasp a well-rounded understanding of a variety of spelling skills. ---Mark Twain Media Publishing Company specializes in providing captivating, supplemental books and decorative resources to complement middle- and upper-grade classrooms. Designed by leading educators, the product line covers a range of subjects including mathematics, sciences, language arts, social studies, history, government, fine arts, and character. Mark Twain Media also provides innovative classroom solutions for bulletin boards and interactive whiteboards. Since 1977, Mark Twain Media has remained a reliable source for a wide variety of engaging classroom resources. -
Give your second grader a fun-filled way to build and reinforce spelling skills. Spectrum Spelling for grade 2 provides progressive lessons in contractions, vowel sounds, compound words, word endings, and dictionary skills. This exciting language arts workbook encourages children to explore spelling with brainteasers, puzzles, and more! --DonÕt let your childÕs spelling skills depend on spellcheck and autocorrect. Make sure they have the knowledge and skills to choose, apply, and spell words with confidenceÐand without assistance from digital sources. Complete with a spellerÕs dictionary, a proofreaderÕs guide, and an answer key, Spectrum Spelling offers the perfect way to help children strengthen this important language arts skill.
Daily Vocabulary Ladders Grade 4 - 6, Spelling Workout Puzzle Book for Kids Ages 9-12
Author: Nancy Dyer
Publisher: Independently Published
Fun Word Ladders Grades 4-6 This book help Kids Boost Reading, Vocabulary, Spelling & Phonics Skills Read text or picture clues on each rung, then change letters to create words until they reach the top or bottom. Improve decision, logic and spelling skills, learn more vocabulary. This is daily vocabulary ladders grade 4 - 6, spelling workout puzzle book for kids ages 9-12 Vocabulary Builder Workbook for Kids Building Spelling Skills You can start from the bottom or top of the ladder. We give you a first word. Next step will have a hint which not too difficult for children aged 9-12 years. You have to change one letter to be the next word. For example we play from the top of ladder. The first word is "FISH". The next step we give hint "A hand with the fingers clenched in the palm". Did you guess? It's "FIST". Just change one letter!