|40 Ways to Practice Your Spelling Words|
|ABC order- Write your words in alphabetical order.
Rainbow Words - Write your words in three colors
Backwards Words- Write your words forwards, then backwards.
Silly sentences -Use all your words in ten sentences
Picture words - Draw a picture and write your words in the picture.
Words without Vowels - Write your words replacing all vowels with a line.
Words without Consonants - Same as above but replace consonants with lines.
Story words - Write a short story using all your words.
Scrambled words -Write your words, then write them again with the letters mixed up.
Wordsearch II -Make a wordsearch with a friend, then trade and solve.
Wordsearch I - Complete a word pre-made search.
Crossword - Complete a pre-made crossword puzzle.
Surround words - Write your words on graph paper and outline in colors.
Ransom words - Write your words by cutting out letters in a newspaper or magazine and glue them on a paper.
Pyramid Words - Write your words adding or subtracting one letter at a time. The result will be a pyramid shape of words.
Words-in-words - Write your word and then write at least 2 words made from each.
Delicious words - Write your words in whipped cream, peanut butter,or anything you can eat! Bring in a note from a parent!
Good Clean Words -Write your words in shaving cream on a counter or some other surface that can be cleaned safely.
Dirty Words - Write your words in mud or sand.
Pasta Words - Write your words by arranging alphabet pasta or Alphabits. Glue on paper or bring me a note from a parent and do on a table or counter at home.
Reversed words - Write your words in ABC order -backwards!
3D words - Use modeling clay rolled thinly to make your words. Bring a note if done at home.
Create an activity - Can you think of a fun way to do your spelling activities? Try it out!
Puzzle words - Use a blank puzzle form. Write your words on the form, making sure that the words cross over the pieces. Then cut them out (color if you wish) and put them in a baggie with your name on it. When you and a friend have completed your puzzles, trade and put them back together.
Magazine words - Use an old magazine or newspaper and find your word. Cut it out and glue it on paper.
heer your words - Pretend you are a cheerleader and call out your words! (We will do this as a group activity.) Sometimes you'll yell, sometimes you'll whisper! If you want to do this at home with a parent, get them to send me a note that you've done it.
Sound Words - Use a tape recorder and record your words and their spelling. Then listen to your tape, checking to see that you spelled all the words correctly.
X Words - Write two words having one common letter so they criss-cross.
Other Handed - If you are right-handed, write with your left, or vice versa.
Choo-Choo Words - Write the entire list end-to-end as one long word, using different colors of crayon or ink for different words.
illy String - With a long length of string, "write" words in cursive, using the string to shape the letters.
Backwriting - Using your finger, draw each letter on a partners' back, having the partner say the word when completed.
Telephone Words - Translate your words into numbers from a telephone keypad.
Flashwriting - In a darkened room, use a flashlight to draw letters in the air.
Newspaper Words - Search a newspaper page from top to bottom, circling each letter of a word as you find it.
30 Second Words - Write a TV commercial using all the words from your list.
Popsicles - Make words using popsicle sticks.
Secret Agent Words - Number the alphabet from 1 to 26, then convert your words to a number code.
Etch-A-Word - Use an Etch-A-Sketch to write your words.
Morse Code - Convert your words to Morse Code