*Students can leave their math workbook at home and bring it back to school on Friday.
Spelling Words 1. rip 2. him 3. is 4. if 5. fit 6. pin
Ways to Practice Spelling/Sight Words
Memory Game: Create a double set of word cards and play a game of Spelling Word Memory by spreading out the cards face down and then taking turns flipping two cards at a time to find a pair. Have students spell the word after the find the match.
Trace, Write and Recall: Fold three columns on a piece of paper, and label one column ‘trace’, the next ‘copy’ and the last ‘recall’. Write the word in the first column, and have your child trace the letters. Next, have them copy the word by looking at what they have just written. Finally, have them fold (and hide) the first two columns and recall the spelling on their own and write the word independently.
Flip 4 Steps: In just 4 steps, your child can practice reading, spelling, and writing his words. Write the spelling words on index cards. Have them flip over a word card, look at the word, say it out loud, say the letters, then flip it back over, and write the word on paper.
Flip and Rainbow Write: Flip a word card and have your child go through the rainbow, painting or writing each word flipped in rainbow colors.Make the first word red, second orange, third yellow, etc. OR write each letter in a color of the rainbow. Run the Bases: Student starts at home plate, gets a word to spell and for every word correctly spelled gets to make a move around the bases, beginning with hitting the ball, then running from first base, second, third, and home.
Spelling Word Hunt: Look for those spelling list words in the newspaper or in another book, magazine, or text. Circle them or use a highlighter to highlight them.
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