Spelling word practice
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These free printables spelling worksheets are great for any spelling list. Use our universal blank worksheets for daily spelling practice, pretests, tests, and more! Great for list sizes 10-20 words.
Chintzen saved to Word Study
Free spelling worksheet printables! These universal spelling worksheets work with any word list! Our stair step activity sheets are editable, allowing you to type in your own word list for students to practice.
Maee Quintero saved to Ingles
Grab these NO PREP Spelling Pages your learners can use with ANY list of spelling words. Great for the classroom or at-home learning.
We work hard to teach our students the correct way to spell words. We spend countless hours creating spelling practice activities that are fun and not
Tina Thompson saved to Reading ELA ideas
A spelling or word work practice activity in which students will write their words with several writing tools.
Tricia Wethington saved to Spelling activities
35 hands-on spelling activities that get kids actively engaged with spelling words-thinking, making and creating. Perfect for literacy centers and homework.
Jennifer Hynds saved to Crafts for kids
Take the boredom out of spelling practice with one of these creative and fun ways to practice spelling words that will work with any word list.
Looking to jazz up your spelling time? We've rounded up 40 fun ways to practice spelling words that will have the kids begging for more!
veronica Arcos saved to guided reading
Ideas to make fun learning for kids in learning something is unlimited and you could always start and think from the simplest thing. For kids in second grades,learning sight words is the time when they were taught to memorize words by sight in order to remember immediately.
These are spelling test templates for primary grades! I have included one test for 10 words, and another for 20. The large lines are great for primary spellers and encourage correct letter formation!
Morgan Cicinelli saved to Education