Weekly Spelling ListClick on the link above to visit Spelling City and view spelling lists online.Suggestions for spelling activities at home:1.*Blue Vowels- Write each of your spelling words. Using a blue colored pencil,trace over the vowels in each word. Remember the vowels are: a e i o u
2.*Buzzing Bees- Draw and color an outdoor picture. Count your spelling words.Draw a bee for each of your spelling words. Then write the words inside each of the “spelling” bees. Write neatly!
3.*Choo-choo Words- Write the entire list end-to-end as one long word, using different colored crayons for each word.
4.*Colorful Words- Write each of your spelling words. Write each letter using a different colored pencil.
5.*Draw and Label- Draw and label your spelling words. You must color your drawings. Don’t forget to add lots of great detail!
6.*Fancy Letters- Write your spelling words. Then write them again using fancy letters.
7.*Goofy Spelling Story- Write a goofy spelling story using each of your spelling words. Be sure to underline your words as you use them. Illustrate and color your story!
8.*Newsy Words- Use old magazines, catalogs, or newspapers to cut out letters.Glue the letters down on a piece of paper to spell your words. *Helpful Hint:Cut out lots of extra letters. Store them in a Ziploc bag for future use. This is a huge time saver!
9.*Rhyming Words- Write each of your spelling words. Next to each word, write a rhyming word. If necessary, your rhyming words can be nonsense words, but make them follow the same spelling pattern.
10.*Sentence, Please- Write sentences using each of your spelling words. You may use more than one word in a sentence. Underline your spelling words.
11.*Silly Sentences- Write silly sentences that include your spelling words.Underline your words.
12.*Spelling Flowers- Draw a picture of a great big flower. Write each of your spelling words on one of the flower petals or on a leaf. Draw extra flowers if you run out of room.
13.*Trace Around- Write each of your spelling words using a pencil. Then trace around each word with a crayon, colored pencil, or a marker.14. *Put your words in ABC Order.15. *Do a practice test.