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Sixth Grade Spelling List F-11

The 11th week of our grade 6 series reviews -ed and -ing, two common inflectional endings (also called inflected endings). Kids will master unplugged, complaining, strumming, profiting, explained, embedded, collecting, committed, permitted, throbbing, resembling, excelled, forbidding, knotting, limited, obtained, begging, regretted, abandoning, and resulted by solving crosswords and practicing with colorful flash cards!
spelling f11 Worksheets

Spelling List

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.
6th Grade
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Worksheets and Puzzles

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.
6th Grade
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!
6th Grade
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.
6th Grade
Rearrange the mixed-up letters in each of the 25 spelling words until they're in the proper order again.
6th Grade
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?
6th Grade
Save the guesswork of spacing on loose leaf paper by printing this sheet for students to practice neatly writing their words two times each.
6th Grade
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.
6th Grade


Drill yourself and others with these brightly colored, handy cards until you know which words require doubled letters and which don't.
6th Grade

Alphabetical Order

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.
6th Grade
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!
6th Grade
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.
6th Grade

Spelling Test

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.
6th Grade
These random-order sentences are designed to be read orally while students are taking their Unit 11 test.
6th Grade

Master Lists

Check out our full collection of sixth grade spelling words with this one file.
6th Grade
See also:
Spelling Unit F-12

What do larvae, crises, fungi, calves, bacteria, vetoes, lice, quizzes, and radii all have in common? They're irregular plural nouns. Learn to spell them and other irregular plurals in List F-12.

6th Grade Spelling (Main Index)

This page contains links to each of the units in the spelling series.

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