What are the spelling words?

Your kids will get an extra spelling boost as they master these important words!

again although answer
eight enough example
father few find
friend from give
group have heard

How do you know when to use aw or or?

When you hear the / ȯ / sound at the beginning or in the middle of a syllable, it is usually spelled au. When you hear the / ȯ / sound at the end of a syllable, it is usually spelled aw.

How do I teach my 5 year old to spell?

Here are some fun and simple spelling games and activities to help you teach your child spelling words and improve their confidence:

  1. Teach your child spelling words with ‘Lily Pad Letters’
  2. Use ‘Stair Steps’ to memorize certain words.
  3. Toss around the ‘Spelling Ball’
  4. Use magazine clippings to familiarize with letters.

How do you teach or ore?

Students simply write “or”, “ore” or “oar” using a dry erase marker in the blank for each word and then, when done, turns the card over and checks their responses. Using a velcro dot to adhere the card to each template works perfectly and keeps each card with it’s corresponding template.

How to practice spelling words?

Make a Spelling Word Origami Fortune Teller

  • Make and Use a “Word Catcher”
  • Magnetic Letters,Alphabet Blocks,or Scrabble Pieces
  • Create Your Own Crossword Puzzle
  • Use Sensory Play
  • Play Spelling Word Memory
  • Trace the Words in Rainbow Colors
  • Let Your Child Text the Words to You
  • Use Sandpaper Letters to Make Spelling Word Rubbings
  • Make Word Searches
  • What are the hardest words to spell in English?

    Onomatopoeia. Like a punchy use of onomatopoeia-a technique where a word mimics a sound-in a comic book,this one speaks for itself.

  • Paraphernalia. Instead of adding a letter like in the case of “orangutan,” people pronouncing this already-tricky word tend to skip over the second “r” altogether.
  • Conscientious.
  • Acquiesce.
  • Gubernatorial.
  • Mischievous.
  • What are some first grade spelling words?

    The spelling curriculum for first grade is to start with basic Consonant-Vowel-Consonant words. For example, a starting point for many first grade spelling lists are: DAD and MOM. Children then start to expand the list by working through “word families”. From DAD, they would cover BAD, SAD, HAD, and MAD.

    How to spell a word correctly?

    With that in mine, here are a few hints to help you through tough spelling situations: Remember the old adage: ” I before E except after C .” Sound out words. If two vowels are next to each other in a word, the second vowel is silent. The spelling of a word remains the same if you add a prefix to it. Be alert for homonyms and homophones. Use mnemonic devices to help you remember the proper spelling.