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6th Grade Common Core: L.6.2

Common Core Identifier: L.6.2 / Grade: 6
Curriculum: Language: Conventions of Standard English
Detail: Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English capitalization, punctuation, and spelling when writing.
500 Common Core State Standards (CCSS) aligned worksheets found:
Rearrange the letters in the word "Super Bowl" to make as many new words as possible. This version includes a scoring system for older students in grades 3 through 6.
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This worksheet includes 5 different sections. Students will answer questions about their spelling words, match the words to the correct definition, and write a spelling word that is an antonym of a given word. They will also complete sentences with the correct word and answer questions about the basic and challenge words.
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This printout contains 25 sentences with this week's spelling words. Circle the spelling word and determine if it is spelled correctly or incorrectly. Then fix the misspelled words.
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Complete this spelling scramble by fixing the order of given letters to make the correct spelling word.
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This activity allows kids to practice their spelling words by writing each word two times.
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Can you find all the spelling words that are hidden in the grid of letters? Circle the spelling words in this puzzle.
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During this activity kids will type sentences using 12 provided spelling words.
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This printable crossword puzzle challenges students to fill in the horizontal and vertical boxes using clues about their spelling words. A list of the F-1 spelling words is provided.
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Print and cut these flashcards to help students practice the short vowel spelling words.
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This worksheet includes five groups of spelling words. Rewrite each set of words in alphabetical order.
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This hands-on learning center includes 20 words that kids will cut out and glue in alphabetical order.
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During this activity students will sort and write all 25 words from the spelling list in alphabetical order.
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Teachers can use this list of spelling words and sentences when giving students a spelling test.
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Students can use this printout when taking a spelling test for List F-1. There are lines for twenty spelling words, three basic words, and two challenge words.
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Use these printable cards to review the week's spelling words, whether independently or with a friend.
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For a greater alphabetizing challenge, fill in the blank lines using all of this week's words in one big group of twenty-five.
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Have students cut out, manually sort, and then glue all of their spelling words in ABC order.
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This test template lets students write out all of their spelling words on neat lines.
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Students can practice writing each word twice using the blank lines provided.
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Ask students to try to unscramble each of this week's 25 words, then write the correct spelling on the line.
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This printable worksheet has 25 sentences containing one spelling word each. Students must identify the word, if it's spelled correctly, then spell it the right way if it's not.
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This printout includes a list of 20 spelling words, 3 review words and 2 challenge words. This spelling list focuses on words with r-controlled vowel sounds.
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Use this worksheet to challenge your students to answer different types of questions about this week's spelling words. Kids will answer phonics based questions, fill in missing letters to complete spelling words, complete sentences with spelling words, and more!
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Can you find all the spelling words in these sentences? Circle the spelling word and then determine if it is spelled correctly. If the spelling word is incorrect then fix the misspelled word.
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Put your brain to the test by trying to unscramble these 25 spelling words.
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Are you looking for an easy way for your students to practice their spelling words? This worksheet has lines for students to write each spelling word two times.
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During this activity students will search for spelling words from list F-3. See if you can find all 25.
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Use the clues to fill in the horizontal and vertical boxes with this week's spelling words.
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These ready-made flashcards are easy to use. Simply print and cut. Kids can use these flashcards in many ways to help study this week's spelling words.
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Encourage your students to practice alphabetical order with this printout. There are 5 sets of words for students to alphabetize.
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Grab a computer or tablet and practice typing your spelling words! This activity challenges students to type 12 sentences with 12 given spelling words. A rubric for the teacher is included.
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This worksheet challenges students to write all 25 spelling words in alphabetical order.
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Get out your scissors and glue for this interactive spelling activity. Kids will cut out 20 spelling words and then glue them in alphabetical order.
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Here you will find randomized list of the F-3 spelling words and sentences to go along with each. This document is perfect to help give a spelling test on r-controlled vowels.
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Is your Unit 3 spelling test coming up? Print out this spelling test sheet for students. There are 25 lines with plenty of space for students to write the words.
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This complete list of twenty-five words ranges from basic to challenge levels. You'll find between one and three long vowel sounds in every word.
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Complete the puzzle by finishing the sentences, recognizing definitions, and identifying antonyms to figure out which word corresponds to which hint.
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Read from this mixed-order list of words and complete sentences while giving the end-of-unit test. Basic and challenge words are included in their own sections at the end.
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All of this week's words have been hidden horizontally, vertically, or diagonally. Look carefully to find them all!
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Practice typing and spelling skills simultaneously during this activity! Have students type a complete sentence using each one of these 12 words selected from their list.
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Practice alphabetizing using this handy worksheet. The full spelling list is divided into five groups of five words for this activity.
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Make arranging words in ABC order a fun and straightforward task using this printable worksheet. The complete list of words has been split into neat groups of 5.
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Use words in context to enhance your students' spelling test experience. This sheet includes a full sentence for each word.
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Using a device like a tablet or computer, students will create original sentences for 12 of this week's spelling words.
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Regular, review, and even challenge words crisscross each other in this puzzle. How long will it take your students to locate them all?
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Students can familiarize themselves with their spelling words using this fun variety worksheet. Answer phonetic questions, fill in the blanks, unscramble words, and more!
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Want a hands-on activity to help your students with spelling? Ask them to cut out the main list of 20 words, sort them alphabetically from asthma to wriggle, and then glue them in place on the numbered template.
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Be careful not to make an alphabetizing mistake while writing all of this week's words on the blank lines. Challenge and review words are included!
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Your students will love taking their silent letters spelling test using this printable sheet that features a smiling pterodactyl.
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One of the best ways to master tricky silent letters is through spelling repetition. Students can use this sheet to write each word two times.
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Students can quiz themselves and others using this handy set of flash cards. All 25 words are included in this printout.
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To successfully decipher all twenty-five of your jumbled words this week, you'll have to know where the silent consonants and vowels are!
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Are the silent letters missing from these words? If they're present, are they in the right spot? Is the rest of the word spelled correctly? Eagle-eyed students must answer all these questions to complete this engaging activity!
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10 words are hidden across and the other half are hidden down in this fun and challenging crossword. You need to know both meaning and spelling to finish the puzzle!
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Use all the words on your spelling list to answer various question types. Activities include matching definitions, fill-in-the-blank sentences, synonyms, identification of phonetic features, and a separate section for basic and challenge words.
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Learn your new words and review words using this complete list. The worksheet includes an activity to draw attention to those pesky consonants and vowels that don't make sounds of their own!
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You can use this list to quickly reference all 37 of our sixth grade spelling lists.
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This worksheet includes a list of words that have the /s/ and /z/ sounds. Students will also spell review words with r-controlled vowels and challenge words.
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Kids will love spelling these 20 "quirky" spelling words, along with challenge words chlorophyll and kumquat, and three review words from Unit F-4. This list draws attention to the letters that produce the /k/ and /kw/ sounds in each word.
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Find your spelling words within these short sentences, circle them, decide if they're correctly spelled, and then fix any misspellings!
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Break the task of alphabetizing 25 words into bite-sized pieces using this worksheet. It asks students to work on only five words at a time, rather than the complete list all at once.
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No need to come up with example sentences on the spot when it's test time! Print this sheet and read from it during the final assessment to provide words in context.
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Improve spelling and typing skills alike using this printable activity and an electronic device of your choice. Includes a grading scale for your convenience.
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Don't be thrown off by misleading spare letters while looking for all twenty-five standard, review, and challenge words hidden throughout this fun puzzle.
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If your students need a greater challenge getting their words in ABC order, use this worksheet instead of the previous one. Organize all 25 in one giant list!
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Skip worrying about cramped writing on students' tests by using this template. Evenly spaced, generous lines are provided for each word, with special sections set aside for challenge and review words.
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Give students this worksheet so that they can practice writing each word. All words are listed next to two spacious lines, while an encouraging kayaker paddles on the corner of the page.
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All spelling words have been jumbled up and put in a random order! Students will have fun unscrambling letters to figure out each real word.
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Make review time more enjoyable with these yellow cards. Words are printed in bold, one on each card, along with clearly marked review words and challenge words.
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Need something more hands-on for your kids? The main list of twenty words has been printed on cut-out rectangles with corresponding numbered boxes. Alphabetize the pieces, then paste them in the correct order.
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Which of this unit's words makes the /kw/ sound without using the letter q? Learn the ins and outs of each word by answering that and many other questions in this PDF.
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From relinquish to squeamish, can you figure out which word pairs with which clue? Students need to know all 20 to solve this crossword.
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Kids can test their knowledge of this week's spelling words by answering a variety of questions on this worksheet. Answer questions about spelling patterns, identify the spelling word that is an antonym for a given word, complete sentences with spelling words, and more!
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Can you spot the spelling word in each sentence? Look closely to make sure each word is spelled correctly. Use your spelling knowledge to correct any misspelled words!
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Check out this fun crossword puzzle! Can you correctly answer all the clues to to fill in the boxes?
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This spelling scramble will be an engaging challenge for your students! Unscramble the given letters to spell each spelling word.
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All 25 spelling words are concealed among a grid of letters in this exciting handout. Can you find all the words hidden horizontally, vertically, and diagonally?
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Are you looking for a simple way for students to practice their spelling words? Print out this worksheet! Students will use their best handwriting to write each spelling word two times.
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Have your kids grab a computer or tablet to complete this typing activity! This activity challenges students to type 12 sentences using the given spelling words.
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Need an engaging way for kids to practice their spelling words? Simply print and cut these flashcards. Use them to have students quiz each other on all 25 spelling words!
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Students can practicing spelling their words while also alphabetizing groups of five words with this printable worksheet.
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Challenge your students with this ABC order worksheet. Put all 25 spelling words in alphabetical order on the lines provided.
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Grab some scissors and glue to complete this hands-on activity. Cut out 20 spelling words, alphabetize them, then glue them in order.
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Print out this ready-to-go spelling test template for students to take their spelling test on! There are 25 lines for students to write words with the /s/ and /z/ sounds.
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Read from this list of words during your next spelling test. Includes all 25 words from the F-5 list in mixed order along with sentences to provide context for your students.
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Use these flashcards as a simple way for students to practice spelling words with /ch/, /sh/, and /j/ sounds. Students can practice individually or with a partner.
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This page with a picture of a mustache and 25 blank lines is perfect for students to use during their spelling test.
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This worksheet has 25 sentences using this week's spelling words. Find and circle each spelling word. Then spell any misspelled words correctly.
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Give this crossword puzzle to students as a challenging way to practice their spelling words. Use the set of 20 hints to spell 20 words in the vertical and horizontal boxes.
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See if your students can decode these 25 scrambled spelling words. Rearrange the letters to correctly spell each word.
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This activity gives students space to write each of their spelling words two times. It's the perfect way to practice!
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Print out this activity for students to practice putting spelling words in ABC order. Students will cut out 20 spelling words, alphabetize them, and then glue.
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Can you alphabetize all 25 spelling words from the F-7 list? This worksheet has 25 spaces to write words in ABC order. It also includes an answer key to check your answers when you're finished.
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Check out this spelling list focused on words with unstressed final syllables. This sheet also includes 3 review words and 2 challenge words.
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Read each sentence, find and circle the spelling words. Look carefully! Some words may be misspelled. Pay special attention to the spelling pattern for the unstressed syllables. Write the correctly spelled word on the line.
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Looking for an engaging activity to challenge your students? Check out this crossword puzzle focused on words with unstressed syllables. Correctly answer 20 clues to complete this puzzle.
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Look at each jumbled up word and see if you can decipher each spelling word! An answer key is included to check your work after you complete the unscrambling.
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Look closely to find all the words with unstressed syllable hiding in this word search. Do you think you can find them all?
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This worksheet is perfect way to practice spelling words. Write each spelling word two times on the given line.
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Print out this activity for student to complete on a computer or tablet. It includes a list of 12 words which students will use to type 12 sentences. There is also a rubric at the end for teachers to grade the assignment.
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These flashcards are perfect to use when introducing the week's spelling words or to have students practice the words with a partner. Just print and cut! Then use in many different ways!
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This worksheet includes five sets of words with unstressed final syllables that students will put in alphabetical order.
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Check out this activity that will be sure to challenge your students! Can they put all 25 spelling words in ABC order?
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Are you looking for a hands-on way for your students to alphabetize this week's spelling words! Check out this cut and paste alphabetical order activity.
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Print out this paper for students to use then taking the list F-8 spelling test. There is plenty of room for students to write each word and a space for both review and challenge words.
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Is your weekly spelling test coming up? Print out this ready-to-go sheet complete with a randomized list of the F-8 words and sentences for each word.
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This mixed spelling worksheet explores words with unstressed final syllables. Answer phonics questions, write a spelling word for the given definition, write a spelling word that is a synonym for each word, and more!
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Print out this list of words for your next spelling unit. This list includes words that have one or more /ch/, /sh/, or /j/ sound. There is also quick activity for students to complete using the words.
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In this activity students will rewrite each five-word word list in ABC order on the given lines.
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Use this handy randomized spelling list accompanied by sentences for the F-7 spelling test.
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Are you looking for a way for students to practice writing spelling words with the correct context? Use this typing activity! Students will type 12 sentences using a list of 12 spelling words.
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Students will enjoy searching for the spelling words in this word search! Try to find all 25 hidden words.
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Dive into spelling patterns for the /ch/, /sh/, and /j/ sounds with this worksheet. It includes five different activities involving the spelling words, review words, and challenge words.
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Find a schwa in the unstressed first, second, third, fourth, or even fifth syllable of these twenty-five words. Some also have more than one!
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This printable sheet contains five groups of five blank lines for your spellers to alphabetize their schwa words in smaller, more manageable chunks.
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Make test time a breeze with this no-hassle, randomized list of words, complete with full sentences that you can read aloud.
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Eleven words are hidden horizontally, nine vertically, and five diagonally in this jam-packed puzzle. Can you find them all?
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Answer questions about all sorts of vowel and consonant sounds on this comprehensive worksheet that helps students better understand their spelling words. Other sections include fill-in-the-blank sentences and finding antonyms.
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This activity takes twelve of the spelling words you're most likely to encounter in everyday life and asks students to type original sentences using them. File includes the list, step-by-step instructions, and a grading scale.
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Our printable set of eye-catching red flash cards is perfect for studying this week's words! Use cardstock and/or laminate the cards for added durability.
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The letters in each spelling word have been jumbled, and it's the students' job to unscramble them! Challenge and review words are randomly distributed too.
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There's no replacement for repeated practice while learning to spell words. This PDF offers a spacious template with added graphics for kids to do exactly that!
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Skip the loose-leaf or fringy notebook paper and have students take their end-of-week test using this neat template.
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Add a bit of difficulty by putting all 25 words in ABC order at once! Pair this file's blank, numbered lines with the complete word list from the start of Unit 9.
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Break out the scissors and paste for this alphabetizing activity! Organize your standard set of words and then glue them into boxes numbered 1 through 20.
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Does that e belong at the end of askewe? Should there be another l in especialy? Read the sentences, circle the spelling words, then identify their spelling as "CORRECT" or give the correct spelling on the line!
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To solve this fun puzzle, students must complete sentences, identify synonyms and antonyms, and know definitions. Only the primary set of 20 words is included.
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This PDF lists the 20 new standard words, 2 new challenge words, and 3 review words from List F-8. Do the extra activity in the "about" section to get a better feel for these word endings!
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Did you know more than five List 10 words start with the letter s? Some of them form the first group of words needing to be alphabetized for this activity.
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Each short sentence on this worksheet uses one spelling word. Some are spelled correctly while others are spelled incorrectly. It's up to students to figure out which is which!
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Using this file, students can manipulate twenty cut-out slips with spelling words on them. Get them positioned in ABC order before pasting them in place!
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Fill in the blank lines on this sheet by carefully writing all your spelling words two times each. Make sure not to make a mistake!
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A picture of a happy secretary will encourage students while they take their test for Unit F-10.
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Whip out these pocket-sized flashcards to make review sessions fun! They work well for independent, paired, or even group study. Try whole-class review too!
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Is it test time already? You can print out this file or read from it on a device. This randomized sheet has words listed individually alongside a full sentence.
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Temporary, unnecessary, mandatory, and mystery are just a few of the words students are asked to use in original, typed sentences in order to complete this activity.
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Find every word hidden in this puzzle by searching down, across, and diagonally. Don't be distracted by the extra letters!
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See if you can write your full list of twenty-five words in accurate ABC order without having to erase anything!
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Fill in the puzzle using twenty of this week's spelling words. The standard words are included on the second page of this file, which we suggest printing two-sided.
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This detailed worksheet asks about prefixes, phonetics, definitions, and usage in context for all List F-10 words. Versions with and without answer keys are provided.
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Starting with secretary and ending with literary, can your students sift through the jumbled letters in each word until they have their correctly spelled list again?
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The inflectional endings in this week's unit change the tense of base words or, in some cases, even make them usable as adjectives! Provide students a copy of this list to get things started.
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This activity asks students to use twelve of their words in context. Be sure to disable spelling autocorrect to guarantee they're doing all their own editing.
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Which spelling word is an antonym for permitting? Which is a synonym for tangling? If you can answer those, you can complete this mentally engaging puzzle.
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Strap your proofreading goggles on and scour each of this week's words to make sure there are no errors where the inflectional endings have been added - or anywhere else!
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Students will love searching for their words in this fun puzzle. Can you find the five total review and challenge words hidden alongside the regular list?
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Drill yourself and others with these brightly colored, handy cards until you know which words require doubled letters and which don't.
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Rearrange the mixed-up letters in each of the 25 spelling words until they're in the proper order again.
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Save the guesswork of spacing on loose leaf paper by printing this sheet for students to practice neatly writing their words two times each.
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Test-taking day will be painless if you use this template, complete with a graphic and clearly labeled sections dedicated to review and challenge words.
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The twenty-five blank lines might look daunting, but as long as you're careful while referencing the week's spelling word list, then you'll have gone from abandoning to unplugged in no time!
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This intermediate alphabetizing activity is perfect for students who learn best hands on. Cut out and then paste the 20 main words in the correct order.
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You'll have to know a thing or two about blends, short and long vowel sounds, and complex consonants to ace some of the sections of this activity.
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These random-order sentences are designed to be read orally while students are taking their Unit 11 test.
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Kids will probably find this ABC order activity easier than the others, since we've broken up the spelling list into five different groups to be alphabetized separately.
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This file lists all the irregular plural nouns and their singular forms. The "About Your Spelling Words" section draws attention to some of the words' shared (but uncommon!) pluralization patterns.
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The first group of words to alphabetize on this sheet all start with the letter c. The other four groups all have mixed initial letters.
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Each plural spelling word is seamlessly incorporated into a sentence to be read out loud on the last day of the spelling unit.
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Not sure how to grade the original sentences students will generate during this activity? STW has you covered! Just use the ready-made scoring rubric on the second page.
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Some tricky filler letters help make this activity more engaging than similar puzzles might be. Who will find their words the fastest?
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This worksheet contains 25 questions, fill-in-the-blank sentences, and spelling scrambles - one for each word.
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The top half of this worksheet has boxes numbered 1 through 20. Cut along the dotted lines on the bottom half of the page and then glue the words in the right order.
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This one-page printout has a fun cacti graphic and blank lines for students to write their words in ABC order. Don't forget to have the complete list on hand!
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If you can tell what plural noun the jumbled letters "phioptopmia" are supposed to be, this is the activity for you! (Hint: they're animals!)
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These cards will be a hit during every review session. Laminate the cut-out cards for added durability.
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A variety of cacti decorate the upper right corner of this printable test sheet for students.
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Each word is provided in a numbered list and has two blank lines beside it for students to practice.
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Print this document at the start of the week and start familiarizing yourself with these homophones.
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Most homophone pairs have been kept together in these five groups of five words to sort alphabetically, but some have been split up.
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Some of the words your students are most likely to hear have been separated out for this sentence-writing activity. Kids have to know which homophone has which definition in order to get a good grade!
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This variety worksheet is a great way to learn the ins and outs of this week's words. The section where students fill in the missing letters is especially useful for learning to differentiate between homophones!
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Spelling is more important than ever for this activity! Some words are spelled correctly, others have errors, and others are only incorrectly spelled for the context in which they're being used.
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Be extra sure you've alphabetized correctly before gluing your twenty regular spelling words in place for this cut-and-paste activity.
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Challenge yourself not to make any mistakes while filling in this sheet with all 25 Unit 13 words in accurate ABC order.
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Print out a class set of these spelling tests for students to use and prevent any scrambling for spare paper on test day!
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This file has an image of an apple core in the top right corner, adding extra appeal to writing each of the 25 words two times each.
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There are numerous ways to use these review cards while studying words from List 13. You can even add your own bonus set of homophones using the two blank cards.
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Focus on spelling rather than context for this word jumble. Don't be thrown off when you come across the five review and challenge words that are also mixed in.
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Many of this week's words are short, which means you might be searching extra hard to find them buried in this enjoyable puzzle.
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Spelling words have been put into a random order on this read-aloud, test-time aid. Each sentence uses context to clearly indicate which homophone is being used.
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With the exception of the List 12 review words, all words in this list are either closed or hyphenated compounds. Spot which ones are formed from three base words instead of two.
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This file is a great compromise between easy and difficult. It encompasses the whole spelling list, but breaks the words up into manageable groups of five.
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You won't have to think up sentences on the spot if you print up this handy sheet. Word order has been randomized.
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What sentences can your learners come up with for words like afterthought, gentleman, lightweight, and nevertheless? Find out using this typing activity.
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Use this detailed worksheet to gain a more in-depth understanding of the phonetics and definitions of this week's words.
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Remember your hyphens when spelling your words this week, but you'll have to ignore them for this puzzle. (A helpful note reminds students of this.)
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Try not to let incorrectly placed hyphens trip you up! Students must circle their words in context, decide if they're correctly spelled, and offer the correct spelling if not.
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This one-page printout has designated lines for each of the 25 spelling words. It's up to students to put them in the correct order from afterthought to wherewithal.
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Is the end of the unit just around the corner? Print one copy of this organized test-taking sheet for each student.
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The only way to learn to spell words is by actually spelling them! This file is perfect for practicing writing all words two times.
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These green flashcards are perfectly sized for holding and quickly flipping through. Make a few sets for the class, or each student can have their own for independent practice.
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Spelling words have been put into random order and then have had their letters all mixed up! Students must unscramble all twenty-five.
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Is hippopotami the correct spelling? Is crisises the correct plural of crisis? Read through these short sentences and provide corrections wherever necessary.
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Follow the clues and make sure all your plurals are correctly spelled, and this puzzle should be no problem!
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Hints are distributed evenly across and down. Use the paired list of week 13's words and don't get the homophones mixed up in order to complete the puzzle successfully.
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Give your students an enjoyable challenge with this crossword puzzle. Hyphens count! Page 2 of the file includes a word bank for reference.
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Every word on this list contains one or more letters that behave strangely by English standards - because the words don't originate from English! The special activity calls attention to these spelling patterns.
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This file breaks down the word list into smaller chunks, grouping words together based on where their first letters generally fall in the alphabet.
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There's no need to wrack your brain for on-the-spot sentences for each word on test day. Just make sure to print this file ahead of time!
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For these loan words, it can be as difficult to spot correct spellings as it is to spot mistakes! Eagle-eyed students should find this proofreading activity engaging.
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The alphabetized, numbered list of 20 spelling words kicks off with axolotl - but what comes next? Cut out and rearrange the slips to find out.
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This worksheet is perfect for a trickier alphabetizing activity, since it uses all 25 regular, review, and challenge words in one large list.
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If you're looking for a test to put a smile on your students' faces, this template with its happy axolotl graphic just might do the trick!
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Practice and repetition is important for remembering tricky spelling patterns. This printable sheet has dedicated space for writing each word multiple times.
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These eye-catching purple review cards will help this week's words stick in your learners' minds. You can add your own loan words on the two free blank cards if you'd like.
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These jumbled words might prove more challenging than normal! Unscramble them, but make sure every letter is in the right place when it's time to rewrite the word.
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Have fun searching for the 25 List-15 words hidden across, down, and diagonally in this spacious puzzle.
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10 words sprawl horizontally and 10 sprawl vertically in this fun crossword puzzle that tests students' knowledge of their spelling words.
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This file contains a typing assignment and paired grading rubric. Kids will practice spelling and typing while also letting their creativity shine.
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The prefixes de-, dis-, and mis- all offer some form of negation, while re- suggests repetition. Can you sort this word list based on which prefix is used?
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Looking for an intermediate alphabetizing activity? Look no further than this link to a worksheet with 5 subsets of 5 random-order words.
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These twenty-five read-aloud sentences use the spelling words in context. Order is randomized, with review words and challenge words in their own sections.
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Find out what sort of sentences students can come up with using words like discontinued, decipher, and renovation. Criteria for grading is included on page 2.
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Only nine of these sentences contain no spelling errors. It's your job to identify the spelling word used in each, then correct any mistakes on the line.
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If you have a learner who does best with hands-on activities, click this link and print out the cut-and-paste alphabetizing worksheet.
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With review and challenge words added to the mix, the new ABC order of the words starts with airborne. Use the word list file for reference while completing this sheet.
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Print up a copy of this test sheet for every student. Maybe even reward them for successful completion of the 16th spelling unit with a treat like the kids in the picture!
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Rewriting so many negating- and repeating-prefix words multiple times doesn't need to be discouraging! (And, no, "discouraging" and "rewriting" aren't two of them!)
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There's nothing like a bright set of flash cards when review time rolls around. Each card has one spelling word printed on it, with challenge and review words clearly marked.
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Print this crossword puzzle on the front of a sheet and the paired word bank on the back. Students will love figuring out the hints and filling it it.
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Only three out of twenty-five words are hidden diagonally in this crossword. Can you figure out which ones they are?
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Ask students to consider short vowel sounds, long vowels sounds, r-controlled vowels, syllabication, and more in order to finish this worksheet's 25 questions.
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All 20 regular spelling words this week start with the same letter, and so do one review and one challenge word. Don't mix up their visually similar prefixes.
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With the exception of three of the bonus words, students can skip right to the second, third, or even fourth letter when alphabetizing most of the words on these truncated lists.
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Since this week's prefixes have similar-sounding parts, emphasizing meaning with words in context will be useful on test day. This file has one sentence for each word.
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Don't underestimate the importance of typing skills! Students get to practice a valuable skill while reinforcing the correct spelling and usage of 12 words they're most likely to come across in everyday life.
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This editing file requires students to know which prefix is used in each word, not just whether the prefix is spelled correctly. Watch out for errors in other parts of the words too.
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Especially for words with such similar beginnings, the manual component of this ABC-order activity might be helpful for 6th grade spellers.
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Have the full word list from the start of the unit on hand. This PDF file contains a sheet with 25 blank lines for students to write their words, as well as the answer key. (No-answer-key version also available!)
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By the time students reach this test, spelling all twenty-five words should be a no-sweat task - unlike the child in the graphic!
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Spice up word-writing practice by using this template. Each word has plenty of space to be neatly copied twice, as well as a memorable picture in the upper right corner.
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Use this complete set of word cards during independent, paired, or even group review time. Print on heavier stock and/or laminate for extra durability.
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Even if you know the first letter of most of these scrambled words, be extra careful while deciphering the second and third letters!
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Watch students quiet down and get to work solving this enjoyable puzzle that asks them to complete sentences, match definitions, and identify antonyms.
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Start this spelling unit by looking through the word list and making note of the assimilated spelling patterns, changing in- to im-, il-, or -ir depending on the third letter.
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Alphabetizing this week's words will help reinforce the relationship between the root or base word's first letter and which form of the prefix is used.
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This file has the spelling words in random order. Words are presented both in isolation and in short, complete sentences.
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The instructions and grading criteria for this assignment encourage students to write substantive sentences - at least 7 words in length - using 12 of the week's words.
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This worksheet asks students to look beyond the in- prefix in their words. It asks questions about vowel and consonant sounds, synonyms, and in-context usage.
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Become an expert proofreader using this 2-page worksheet. Each sentence uses one Unit 18 spelling, review, or challenge word. Determine which have errors and then correct them.
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Double or triple check that you've alphabetized correctly before gluing the cut-out words on the numbered squares.
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If alphabetizing is your superpower, then this is the activity you want! Try to fill in all 25 lines with correctly alphabetized spelling words without having to erase anyting.
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Hopefully students are as invulnerable to spelling errors on List F-18's end-of-unit test as the superhero in the corner of this template is invulnerable to harm!
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Students should practice writing and spelling words multiple times throughout the week, and this PDF is the perfect place to practice them at least two of those times.
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Crossing out letters as you go is the best way to make sure you don't miss any while unjumbling all twenty-five words.
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These pocket-sized cards are great for squeezing in review at any time. Make enough for a few groups or pairs, or make a whole class set.
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This file contains a word search that fits the full list of 25 words into its 15x20 dimensions. How many are hidden in each direction?
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To find the solution to this puzzle, students will have to master the in- prefix in its many forms. Don't forget doubled consonants!
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Sort this week's words based on those that use the original form of the absorbed prefix sub- and those that use one of its five different derived forms.
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Rearrange each group of five words until they're in accurate ABC order. Only the review words in the second group start with a different letter!
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Full sentences containing the spelling words are organized with the main twenty in random order, then the three review words, and finally the two challenge words.
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Practice spelling and typing at the same time by inventing original sentences with the following selection of words: submarine, subtitles, supposed, suffer, suggestion, surrender, substitute, suppress, supportive, successor, subheadings, and suffix.
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Which word on the list ends in a silent consonant? Which challenge word has the /sh/ sound? Answer these and other questions to complete this 2-page worksheet.
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So long as they remember which root/base word spellings absorb the prefix (and then make sure to double the consonants), students will love being expert editors for this activity!
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The first page of this file has 20 numbered boxes on the top half and the 20 regular spelling words on the bottom half. Cut along the dotted lines separating the words and glue them to their corresponding number in ABC order.
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Since the List F-17 review words start with p, it makes sense that they come first on this worksheet. But can you correctly fill in the next 23 lines without making a mistake?
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Messy, fringy, disorganized tests done on loose leaf are a thing of the past! Make copies of this template and pass them out on test day.
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This file is organized into three columns: numbered words on the left, then two spacious blank lines for student practice to the right.
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Kids won't be able to look at their word list to quickly figure out these scrambled words; all 25 words are in a randomized ordered, just like their mixed up letters!
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Don't worry about messy handwriting on handmade cards. Print off one or more copies of these flashcards instead and make review time fun!
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Be on the lookout for overlapping letters in this week's challenging crossword. (Up to three words use the same letter!)
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The crossword puzzle in this link is an enjoyable challenge with an even ratio of vertical and horizontal clues. A submarine floats appropriately in the bottom corner.
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Do you know which of this week's words is represented with the jumbled letters "simpets"? If you can figure that one out, then this activity should be a piece of cake - just like the ones in corner graphic!
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You'll have to be pretty "perceptive" to find that and other words hidden in this puzzle.
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The questions in this 2-page file will draw attention to vowels that make unexpected sounds, words that have hidden syllables, and complex consonant sounds like /ch/ masquerading as single letters, all due to the words' foreign origins.
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This activity has multiple subsections: fill in the missing letters to complete the word, fill in the missing word to complete the sentence, match a word to its definition, and various questions about phonetics and word features!
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This activity includes 25 sentences with spelling words. Students will find each spelling word and decide if it is spelling correctly or incorrectly.
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Can you successfully solve this crossword puzzle? Use the 20 clues to fill in the blank boxes on this fun activity.
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This printout includes all 25 spelling words, but the letters are all mixed up! Challenge your students to unscramble each word. This is an engaging way to practice words with different suffixes.
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Print out this activity as a quick way for students to practice their spelling words. Kids will practice writing words with different suffixes two times each. This printable worksheet has adequate space for writing all 25 words.
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Have your students grab a computer or tablet to complete this engaging activity. Students will type creative sentences using 12 spelling words. This worksheet even includes a rubric for teachers to assess their students' work.
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Print and cut these premade flashcards for easy spelling practice. Theses cards are perfect for introducing the spelling words, having students quiz each other, and more!
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Get ready for this week's spelling test by printing out this test template. This sheet has 20 lines for spelling words, 3 lines for review words, and 2 lines for challenge words.
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Students will put groups of 5 spelling words into ABC order.
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Check out this alphabetical order worksheet! Challenge students to put all 25 spelling words in ABC order. Then check their work using the answer key.
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Are you looking for an interactive way for students to alphabetize their spelling words? Print out this activity. Students will cut out the words, put them in ABC order, and then glue.
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This is the first of two units that examine the prefix ad-. Words on this list have the base form ad-, or one of these four derived spellings: ac-, af-, ag-, or al-.
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Each of the 25 words needing to be alphabetized starts with a vowel! Four of five groups consist only of ad- words; the three in- review words are included in the fifth subgroup.
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Print yourself a copy of this helpful test-day aid. Regular, review, and challenge word order is randomized within their individual sections.
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To make the most of this dual typing and spelling activity, disable any autocorrect features on student devices first!
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Knowing how to differentiate between short, long, schwa, and r-controlled vowel sounds is a must for this worksheet. Other sections ask about synonyms, silent consonants, usage in context, and more.
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Accommodate is one of the most frequently misspelled words in English, mostly due to its use of not one, but two absorbed prefixes! Is it spelled correctly in #7? (Only nine words on this sheet don't need any corrections!)
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When it comes to alphabetizing all twenty-five List 20 words, it's nice to know all the review words are automatically bumped to the end since they don't start with a - but you'll have to be a bit more careful with the rest!
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The criss-crossing clues of this engaging crossword puzzle will be an extra bit of help in remembering the correct word spellings.
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The common adhesives tape and glue grace the corner of this printable spelling test. Each numbered line has plenty of space to spell even the longest words.
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These word jumbles have two steps: figure out the mixed-up words, then correctly spell them on the accompanying line.
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Step up your spellers' review time by using these colorful cards, perfectly sized for your palm to flash through quickly.
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The doubled letters in this puzzle are doing their best to distract, but clever students will locate all 25 hidden words in no time so long as they're looking closely.
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This second ad- spelling list contains five more of its absorbed forms that appear in everyday words: an-, at-, ap-, as-, and ar-.
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Hopefully you're an attentive audience member at a school assembly... but can you find assembly and attentive near each other in this puzzle?
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Many misspellings on this worksheet involve errors where the prefix has been added, but not all of them!
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Which of this week's four two-syllable words has a short vowel sound? How many schwas are in the word apparel? If you can answer those questions, you're on your way to success with this worksheet!
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The third page of this file is an answer key, but pages one and two should be printed together to provide both the puzzle and the word bank. Page two notes that no challenge or review words are included.
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Even though they're scrambled and randomly mixed in with the standard and challenge words, chances are the review words will stand out! See if you can find them first.
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This alphabetizing activity divides all the words into smaller, more manageable groups of five for a no-stress homework or in-class assignment.
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Prepare for test time in style! Some might even call these orange review cards "arresting" (which is a word that can be found on the third page of the file).
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Avoid fringy loose-leaf paper and unaligned, handwritten columns by using this file. It's perfect for practicing writing the 21st unit's spelling words.
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Want a uniform set of tests to make grading easier? Click here and run off as many copies as needed!
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This file has neatly organized blank lines numbered 1 through 20. Print a copy of the F-21 word list to use alongside it.
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This hands-on, intermediate alphabetizing activity uses all 20 of the regular spelling words, from annotate to attribute.
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Words that students are most likely to use or come across have been selected for this original-sentence-writing activity. Grading criteria also provided.
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If you're not a fan of thinking up sentences on the fly, this is the link for you! We have a complete list a spelling words in random order, each with a full-length sentence.
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This spelling list includes 20 words and 2 challenge words with the suffixes -able/-ible, -ous, -ful, and -less. See if your students can highlight the suffix in each word.
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Which word has the prefix dis- and the suffix -ful? In the word defenseless, the letter e makes how many different sounds? Answer these questions and more on this printable worksheet!
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Search for hidden words such as adorable, accommodate, and breathless on this printable activity.
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This printout is perfect to use during your spelling test. It includes all spelling words in a randomized order and sentences to go with each.
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In this spelling unit, students will study words with the suffixes -ar, -or, -er. This word list includes an activity where students will underline the suffix in each word and write the definition for each word.
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This printable activity has many different questions exploring this unit's spelling words. Unscramble spelling words, write the spelling words for a given definition, and more.
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Is contender spelled correctly on this worksheet? What about collaborator and broadcaster? Find all 25 spelling words and check to see if they are spelled correctly or incorrectly.
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Print out this fun crossword puzzle to practice spelling words for this unit. Solve twenty clues to fill in the blanks.
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See if your students can decipher all 25 mixed-up words on this printout!
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Find hidden words such as announcement, inspector, and customer on this word search activity.
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Practice words ending with the suffixes -ar, -er, and -or. Writing each spelling word two times will help students remember spelling patterns for this week's words.
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This typing activity is perfect for practicing both typing and spelling skills. Type 12 sentences using 12 given spelling words.
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These flashcards can be used in many different ways to practice this week's spelling words.
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Practice both your alphabetizing and spelling skills! Rearrange each group of five words in ABC order.
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Reorganize all 25 spelling words in alphabetical order on this printout. Pay close attention to words such as commuter and commentator - which one comes first?
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Cut out the 20 spelling words on the bottom of this page. Then rearrange the into ABC order and glue them on the top half of the paper.
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Print and make copies of this spelling test template for each of your students. Complete with a picture of an inspector and 25 lines for writing each word.
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Print out this sheet as a companion to the above spelling test. This sheet is perfect for teachers giving this week's spelling test.
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Ready to start the next unit? Click here for a list of words that use these common Latin roots: tract, ject, scrib/script, and vers/vert.
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This bite-sized ABC order activity is fun, quick, and accessible for all students!
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Did you know that Seattle's Ranier Tower uses an inverted pyramid in its construction? This file contains full sentences such as that to make test time more enjoyable.
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Reinforce typing skills and the everyday value of the week's spelling words all while giving kids a chance to let their creativity shine.
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The word conversation has a tricky, ambiguous r-controlled vowel in its second syllable - but if you know it uses the root vers, then you know the spelling! Is it spelled correctly on this sheet?
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This alphabetizing activity is perfect for tactile learners. Review and challenge words not included.
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Ready for something more difficult? Print this template and organize all 25 words from attractive to vertex.
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Unlike with the people in the graphic, make sure there's no conversation while students are using this test template!
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Practice writing List 28's words in isolation using this file. It has the words numbered in ordered and two even columns of blank lines.
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Whip out these review cards to squeeze in some practice at a moment's notice. 25 word cards and two blank bonus cards are organized on 3 pages of this file.
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Many of this week's words would fit on previous spelling lists too, since some use absorbed prefixes and other common affixes. Put your knowledge to the test by answering these questions about them.
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Only two words in this jam-packed crossword don't overlap with one or more other words. Pay extra close attention while hunting down all twenty-five.
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Look for tele, logy, path, psych, centr, or gram/graph in each word in this unit. Some words even use more than one root.
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Two separate five-word groups contain words that all start with the same letter - but not all of them start with the same root. Alphabetize carefully!
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Click here for a random-order list of spelling words paired with complete sentences. Review and challenge sections are also randomized.
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This activity and scoring rubric use 12 words you're likely to see or hear in everyday contexts. It can also be adapted as a handwritten activity.
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Quiz yourself on big picture word elements like prefix and whole-word meanings, as well as small picture elements like long and short vowel sounds.
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There are many false roots and prefixes mixed in around the actual hidden words in this word search puzzle, so don't be led astray!
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Bust out your proofreader's hat and start reading carefully, because spotting correct spellings of Greek roots can be just as tricky as spotting incorrect spellings.
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Students can take their time organizing twenty words in the correct ABC order before breaking out the glue or tape.
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Click here for the ultimate alphabetizing challenge: all twenty-five words at once! Words not included, so make sure to reference the separate word list file.
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Practice writing words like psychic until it's second nature to start with a p and use ch instead of a k or just a c.
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What's handier for test prep than a set of flash cards? Print this great review-time resource on card stock and laminate for added longevity.
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The pyschic in the upper corner of this test paper foresees excellent grades for students who've practiced their spelling words using the activities and puzzles on this page!
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Why does English use two different word parts - poly and multi - to mean many? It's because we adopted them from different languages! Meaning and spelling are intricately linked in this week's words.
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Looking for a quick alphabetizing worksheet that any student can handle? Click the link above.
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Every word in this file is presented both in isolation and in a sentence. Just print it out and read aloud when it's test time.
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Hammer home the importance of spelling words in everyday contexts using this activity. It also reinforces typing skills as a bonus!
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You might want to make neatness count for this hands-on alphabetical order activity. Cut the 20 main words out and then glue them in the correct numbered box.
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This template has spacious blank lines numbered 1 through 25. It's the student's job to fill them in with the List 30 words in ABC order.
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Wrap up the 6th grade spelling series using this template on test day.
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Bi, di, and du all mean two, which is how many times this worksheet asks students to handwrite their spelling words.
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Consider printing a copy for each student. They can cut out the cards themselves and use them for practice in school and at home.
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The regular 20 spelling words have been fit into a puzzle with an equal number of vertical and horizontal clues. Print the first two pages of the file double sided for a built-in word bank.
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Complete the sentences using words from a bank, find synonyms, match definitions, and answer questions about syllabication and vowel sounds in order to finish this 2-page worksheet.
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Can you find the only word in the whole puzzle that doesn't share a letter with another word?
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Practice spelling words with the suffixes -ist and -est using this word list. The list includes words such as receptionist, volcanologist, wealthiest, and earliest.
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This printable activity is perfect for your students to practice spelling words with the suffixes -ist and -est. Answer a variety of questions to test your knowledge of this week's words.
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Challenge your knowledge of this week's spelling words by fixing the misspelled words on this printout. Can you find the spelling word in each sentence? Is it spelled correctly or incorrectly?
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Which spelling word is an antonym for pessimist? Which spelling word means the most vigorous and unrestrained? Use these clues and others to complete this fun crossword puzzle.
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This worksheet is sure to challenge your students and is a fun way to practice spelling words. Try to unscramble to each set of letters to discover the correct spelling word.
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Take a good look at this grid of letters to find all 25 spelling words!
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This printable activity is a quick way for students to practice their spelling words with -ist and -est suffixes. Students will write each spelling word two times.
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Grab a tablet or laptop to type 12 sentences with the given spelling words.
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These colorful flashcards are a perfect way to practice spelling words with -ist and -est suffixes. Simply print, cut out, and use in a variety of ways!
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This worksheet requires students to alphabetize sets of 5 spelling words.
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Can your students put all 25 of this week's spelling words in ABC order?
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Get your scissors and glue ready for this interactive ABC order activity. Students will cut out 20 spelling words, rearrange them, and then glue them in ABC order.
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Print out this spelling test outline and you will be all set to give this week's spelling test! There are 25 lines for students to write each word.
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This printout is perfect for giving the -ist and -est suffixes spelling test. All 20 spelling words, 3 review words, and 2 challenge words are in random order and include a sentence with the word.
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Check out this unit's spelling words with the suffixes -y, -ly, -ity, and -ety. This printout includes a complete list of words, 3 review words, and 2 challenge words.
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What is the base of the word humbly? Write a synonym for the word carefully. Write a spelling word that means accused of but not proven. Answer these questions and more on this worksheet!
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Read each other these 25 sentences carefully and find the spelling word. Then determine if it is spelled correctly or incorrectly.
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This crossword puzzle is full of puzzling clues. Can you solve each clue correctly?
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Oh no! All of the words on this page are scrambled! Can you rearrange the letters to correctly spell each word?
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See if you can find the words desperately, humility, and haughty in this word search activity.
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Print out this worksheet as a quick way for students to practice this unit's spelling words. This activity includes all 25 spelling words and lines to write each word two times.
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This activity doubles as spelling practice and typing practice! Students will type 12 sentences using 12 spelling words.
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These flashcards are ready-to-use. Just print out and cut! Use them to introduce the spelling words, have students quiz each other, and more!
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Rearrange the letters of these jumbled words until the whole list of 25 is spelled correctly once again.
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Eagle-eyed editors should start their proofreading by checking the spellings of the Greek and Latin parts of the spelling words in these short sentences, but don't neglect other word features too!
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Which spelling word is built from two different Greek roots that, when put together, mean feeling at a distance? Use that and other clues to solve this puzzle.
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Tricky roots and suffixes might make this worksheet more of a challenge than usual. Make sure you spell each word correctly after you've unscrambled it.
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Fill in the blanks for sentences, break words down into their word parts, know definitions, and match antonyms to complete the puzzle.
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Since word order has been randomized, there's no cheating by using the start-of-unit word list. You'll have to figure out which word "ertcartaleb" is all on your own.
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Student will alphabetize groups of five spelling words on this worksheet.
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This worksheet doubles as spelling practice and an alphabetizing activity. Students will write their whole spelling list in ABC order.
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Are you looking for a hands-on alphabetical order activity? In this activity students will cut out 20 spelling words and physically manipulate the words into ABC order.
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Simply print out this spelling test outline and pass it out to your students on test day!
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Teachers, this document is perfect for giving your next spelling test! Simply print and read the words and sentences aloud to your students.
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What do the words daffodil, blossoms, and hyacinth have in common? They are all related to plants! What about the words lamb and bouquet? They both end in silent consonants. Check out these words and more on this spelling list worksheet.
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Explore the 6th grade Easter spelling list by answering a variety of questions about the words. Complete sentences with a spelling word, answer phonics questions, and more!
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Can you solve this Easter crossword puzzle by correctly answering all 20 clues?
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Can you unscramble the letters on this spelling scramble worksheet? Challenge your students with this mixed-up worksheet!
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See if you can find the words chocolate, baskets, marshmallow, and more hidden on this page.
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Get your pencils ready to write each Easter spelling word two times on this practice worksheet. This is a great way to practice these spelling words.
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Take out your computers or tablets for this Easter activity. See if you can type 12 Easter-themed sentences using this printout.
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Butterfly, flourish, cottontail, and vernal are just a few words typed out on these flashcards. Print and cut out these flashcards to see what other Easter-themed words are included.
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See if you can put the words bouquet, blossoms, baskets, butterfly, and bonnet in ABC order. Put 5 groups of Easter-themed words into alphabetical order on this worksheet.
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Can you alphabetize all 25 Easter spelling words? Then check your work using the answer key.
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Get your scissors ready to cut out 20 Easter words. Then use your glue to put them in ABC order.
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This printout is perfect for a 6th grade Easter-themed spelling test. Complete with a picture of a cute bunny, it is perfect for your students to write all 25 words.
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Are you getting ready to give the 6th grade Easter spelling test? Go ahead and print out this sheet, and you will be all set! Simply read each word and sentence aloud to your students.
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This word list focuses on the suffixes -ance and -ence. Check out the spelling patterns in words such as coincidences and reassurance.
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How many schwa sounds are in the word tolerance? Fill in the missing letters in the word consequence. Answer these questions and more on this spelling printout!
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Is the word circumstance spelled correctly on this sheet? What about the word compliance? Check out this worksheet and see if you can fix all the misspelled words.
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This crossword activity is the perfect challenge that is fun and also provides great spelling practice for students. Solve 20 clues to fill in the horizontal and vertical boxes.
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The letters in each spelling word are all mixed up in this spelling scramble activity. Use your best sleuthing skills to unscramble each word!
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Search for all 25 spelling words hidden in a grid of letters. Circle each word you find.
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This worksheet is the perfect way for students to practice spelling words ending in -ance and -ence. There is plenty of space for student to write each word two time.
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This activity is perfect if your students have access to a computer or tablet. Kids can type twelve different sentences using twelve spelling words.
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These colorful flashcards are the perfect way to practice this week's spelling words. Simply print and cut!
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Practice your spelling words by writing them in ABC order. This worksheet splits all 25 spelling words into groups of 5, making alphabetizing them easier.
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This activity requires that students look very carefully at each of the 25 spelling words in order to put them in alphabetical order.
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This hands-on alphabetizing activity is an engaging way for students to put this week's spelling words in ABC orders.
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Hand out this sheet with the image of a graceful ballerina in the corner for this week's spelling test.
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Print out this sheet and you will be ready to give a spelling test on words with the suffixes -ance and -ence.
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Illustration, admission, and physician are just a few words in this word list that focuses on the suffixes -tion, -sion, and -cian.
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Answer a variety of questions about words ending in -tion, -sion, and -cian in this printable activity.
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Is the word communication spelled with one m or two? Is the word word intermission spelled with one s or two? Look closely at each spelling word in the sentences to see if you can catch the mistakes!
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Fill each of the vertical and horizontal boxes with this week's spelling words. Can you answer all of the clues correctly?
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This engaging worksheet is full of jumbled up words! Challenge your students to unscramble each word to discover the spelling word.
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Can you find the words magician, invasion, and pediatrician hidden in this word search?
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What better way to practice your spelling words than repeated writing? This document has plenty of space to write each word two times.
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This fun activity will have students using their creativity to type 12 sentences with 12 given spelling words.
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These colorful flashcards are filled with words ending in the suffixes -tion, -sion, and -cian. Print and cut these out and use them in a variety of ways!
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This printable alphabetizing activity has sets of five lines for learners to write groups of spelling words in alphabetical order.
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Challenge your students to write all 25 spelling words in alphabetical order using this engaging activity.
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This activity is great for visual learners. Cut out 20 spelling words, physically put them in alphabetical order, then glue them down on the paper.
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No more ripped out looseleaf paper for spelling tests! Print out this spelling test worksheet perfect for this week's spelling test.
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Print out this sheet before giving this week's spelling test. No more making up sentences on the fly! Simply read aloud each word and the sentence next to it.
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This spooky themed list has themes of its own! Adjectives like menacing describe something creepy, nouns like poltergeist are types of ghostly figures, and words like crypt are related to graves. Can you sort the words? What about the ones that don't fit those categories?
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Set the mood on spelling test day by reading aloud chilling and skin-crawling sentences that pair with each word.
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Let your spellers' creepy creativity shine while honing their terrifying typing skills at the same time! This file contains a list of 12 words, activity instructions, and grading criteria.
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The word list might be gruesome, but this word search certainly isn't! Find all regular, basic, and challenge words hidden in this 16x22 puzzle.
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This multi-section worksheet has scrambled words, fill-in-the-blank sentences, and phonics questions. Which spelling word makes the /ch/ sound? (Hint: it doesn't have a ch!)
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A gargoyle graces the corner of this test sheet. Print as many copies as there are students for a seamless testing experience.
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Nine out of twenty-five words on this worksheet are spelled correctly. Find and mark them as correct, then give the correct spellings of the others.
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Twenty spelling words are printed on the bottom half of the file's first page with dotted lines to cut along. Rearrange them in ABC order and then glue them in the numbered boxes.
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There are 25 blank lines for writing the whole spelling list in order from A to Z. (Or from A to W - apparition to werewolf!)
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This sheet adds a bit of neatness and flair to the tried-but-true practice of writing words multiple times to help reinforce their spellings.
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These appropriately purple pocket-sized review cards are a quick but useful study tool. Print, cut out, and even laminate for longevity if desired.
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After students alphabetize these separate groups of five words each, check their answers using the key on the second page.
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Complete this sheet to learn the phonetic features and nuances in definition of this week's spelling words. Each word is used only once.
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Countries all around the world celebrate some version of Thanksgiving. Words on this list will help you express thanks, describe a successful harvest, and talk about food.
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The list of 25 words has been split into smaller groups, making this alphabetizing worksheet accessible to a wide range of students.
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Try not to salivate while reading these delicious sentences out loud! Words are divided into regular, challenge, and basic, and randomized within those categories.
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This spelling activity doubles as a creative writing exercise, well-themed for the time of year. Page 2 includes a scoring slip for each student.
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Test papers ripped hastily from spiral notebooks are a thing of the past if you use this template.
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Read these short sentences, circle the spelling word in each, then decide whether or not it's spelled correctly. If there's a mistake, write the correct spelling on the line.
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This hands-on activity is great for tactile learners. Cut out and move the slips of paper with spelling words into correct order before gluing or taping them in place.
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This file contains a sheet for students to write their 25 words in ABC order and an answer key. Words not included, so make sure they have their word lists from the start of the unit.
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Print the first two pages front and back for a built-in word bank, but consider challenging students to first answer as many puzzle clues as they can without looking. They might surprise you!
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Words have been put in random order and then had their letters jumbled up. Unscramble them and write the correct spellings on the adjacent lines.
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This printable template gives space for writing each word two times each. Color in the gourds for an added bit of fun!
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Want to make sure students aren't skimping when it's time to make spelling word flash cards? Print off this file instead. Basic and challenge words are clearly marked.
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Some words in this puzzle overlap others as many as five times! You can turn this activity into a fun mini-competition to see who can find all 25 words first.
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Looking for a way to keep students engaged with spelling during the festive pre-Christmas season? Use this themed list of words.
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Words are sorted into groups based roughly on where in the alphabet they fall. For example, yuletide is the only word in group #5 that doesn't start with t!
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Don't worry about ad-libbing sentences for the spelling words during test time. Print out a copy of this sheet instead!
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Twelve of the most commonly used spelling words have been singled out for this writing activity. Disable spellcheckers to make students rely on their own abilities.
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This 2-page worksheet asks about vowel sounds, complex consonant spelling patterns, syllabication, compound words, synonyms, and more.
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This festive test template is a perfect way to end your holiday-themed spelling unit.
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Misspelled words on this worksheet use tricky alternate spelling patterns for different vowel and consonant sounds. Be careful identifying which are right and which are wrong.
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Start with anticipation and keep going until you reach yuletide. Use glue or tape on the word slips to match them with the correct number.
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Using the word list from the start of the unit as a reference, rewrite all words in ABC order. Students can color in the large poinsettia for a bit of festive fun too.
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Did you know reindeer are caribou, or that sugarplums are usually just candies (and not plums at all)? Use clues like these to complete the crossword puzzle.
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Even the biggest "grosoce" will have fun unscrambling this "efsvite" list of words!
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Don't fret over disorganized homework on looseleaf! Print copies of this file for practicing writing words multiple times.
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Make drill and review time more festive with these merry red cards.
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Words are hidden 11 across, 9 down, and 5 diagonal. Extra letters are craftily designed to mimic word parts and throw off students during their search.
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Kids should be familiar with many of these activities, and many of them probably participate or have an interest in one or more!
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To successfully complete this worksheet, students must answer questions about short and long vowels, homophones, Greek roots, prefixes, definitions, and more.
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Several of this week's extracurricular activities require two words to accurately describe, but only the first word matters while alphabetizing.
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This sheet lists the spelling words in random order within the categories of standard, basic, and challenge. It also provides a short sentence using each word in context.
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This file contains a list of 12 words students are most likely to come across, as well as assignment instructions and a grading rubric. Modify as needed!
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This test sheet has clearly labeled sections for the basic and challenge word sets at the end.
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Bust out the proofreading hats and get to work on these 25 short sentences. Almost half of the words are spelled without errors, and it's your job to correctly spell the rest.
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Cut out the words and slide them around until you're positive they're in the correct order from A to Z. Then glue them to the top half of the page.
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Write each word two times using the two columns of blank lines on this printout. Lines have ample space for even the longest two-word activities.
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Each word in the two-word activities is scrambled separately on this fun worksheet. Kids also have extra space for rewriting them.
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Skip the oversized index cards and print out this 3-page file that includes all twenty-five words. It even has two blank bonus cards if you'd like to add a couple words of your own!
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Ignore spaces but remember which extracurricular activity requires a hyphen, since hyphens get their own boxes in this crossword puzzle.
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Ignore both hyphens and spaces while completing this word search puzzle. Finding all the words can almost be considered an extracurricular activity itself!
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Carefully read each sentence on this worksheet. Is the word equinox spelled correctly? How about the word chocolate? Use your spelling knowledge to fix any misspelled words!
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This crossword activity has twenty blank words written vertically and horizontally. It's a mysterious puzzle! Solve this crossword using 20 clues.
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This worksheet may look frightening, but it's actually quite fun! See if you can unscramble each mixed-up spelling word!
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Kids are sure to recognize many of these professions! The "About Your Words" section will help them realize how many use agency-granting suffixes like -ist and variations of -or and -er.
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Words have been divided into groups of five based on approximately where their first letters fall in the alphabet. One group all starts with a, and another with c!
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Every word has been used in a complete sentence to be read alo