Create a set of "Flash cards" with all of your spelling
words. Make a flashcard for each word to practice night. Notice the vowel
sounds and consonants sounds. Keep them in a little baggie or envelope to
study all week.
Create a word search or word scramble using all of your
spelling words on the website
http://www.scholastic.com/kids/homework/spelling.htm or www.puzzlemaker.com Be
sure to print your work and bring it in to show to Mrs. Lockwood!
Make your spelling list into a concentration game. You
can also make two sets of word cards and then you and a family member can play
a memory game. Then continue to use as flashcards to practice all week.
Create any game or puzzle as long as I can see what you
Write all of your spelling words in ABC order.
Water Wash: On a nice sunny day use water and a
paintbrush to water paint your words on a walkway or driveway. A chalkboard
will work as well!
Write Ladder words. Example: (RED)
Write creative sentences using all of your spelling
words. Underline the spelling words. Don't forget to use
correct capitalization and punctuation.
Write an original story using all of your spelling
words. Underline the spelling words. Don't forget to use correct
capitalization and punctuation.
Use a dictionary to look up the meaning of each word and
write them in your notebook. You can use an online dictionary like: http://www.factmonster.com/dictionary.html
Write all of your spelling words 3 times each in pencil.
Type all of your spelling words 3 times each on the
computer. Use size 16 font. Print your work and bring it to school.
Write each of your spelling words using "Rainbow colors"
with 3 different colored pencils. Trace over each word 3 times in 3 different