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    SUPER

    Here are some fun and easy ideas/ways to practice spelling words
    1. Cut letters out of old magazines/newspapers to make spelling words.
    2. Make spelling words out of playdoh.
    3. Spread shaving cream on a cookie sheet and spell out words or in a gallon zip lock bag (less messy).
    4. create and play a matching game with spelling words.
    5. Write spelling words with white crayon and watercolor over it.
    6. Use sidewalk chalk and write words on your driveway
    7. Form spelling words out of garden wood chips or pebbles.
    8. Draw a picture and hide spelling words in it.
    9. Use markers to rainbow write words.

     

     SPELLINIG LISTS FOR PRACTICE BY GRADE LEVELS:

    Click on BLUE UNDERLINED Links

    KINDER-1ST GRADE RESOURCES

    Kinder High Frequency Word List

     - ThE resource above containts High Frequency Words for Kinder, 1st and 2nd.  The goal is that students can:

    INDENTIFY the word

    READ the word

    SPELL the word

    1st Grade Sight Word List

     

    2ND GRADE RESOURCES

    2nd Grade 100 Words to know- Frye

    2nd Grade Spelling List: Journeys by Lesson  

    3RD GRADE RESOURCES

     3rd Grade Writing and Science Vocabulary 

    3rd Grade - 100 Words from Frye

     

    4TH-6TH GRADE RESOURCES

    100 WORDS for 5th & 6th graders to Master

    4-6th Grades: Commonly Confused Word List 

     

     

    LGM

    Orange Theory Fitness posted this ALPHABET WORKOUT. Students can practice spelling with these movements. We suggest that the number of each workout (per letter) equals the student's age. ENHANCE THIS with a DICE: Roll the dice for each letter to determine number of movements for each letter to spell the word. 

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