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50 Spelling Activities

$29.95

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Ages 5-8
Ages 9-12
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Blackline Master

50 Spelling Activities for 5-8 Year Olds

Activities for spelling lists

This blackline master contains a variety of activities designed, for lower primary students, which can be used with any spelling list, be it from a textbook or a spelling journal.

Features:

  • the blackline master activities are designed to provide opportunities for children to develop understanding and recall
  • activities can be copied onto card and laminated for protection
  • activities can be placed in a central location for easy student access
  • students can choose the activities they wish to use to develop their understanding of their spelling list
  • a Spelling Activity Checklist is included as a record sheet as well as a Have-A-Go blackline master to encourage students to attempt to spell unfamiliar words before seeking help
  • can be used with any spelling list

50 Spelling Activities for 8-12 Year Olds

Activities for spelling lists

This blackline master book contains a variety of activities which can be used with any spelling list – be it from a textbook or a spelling journal.

Features:

  • the activities are designed to provide opportunities for children to practise their words, look at them and use them in a variety of ways to develop understanding and recall
  • the activities can be copied onto coloured or plain card and laminated for protection
  • they can be placed in a central location for students to access during planned spelling sessions or whenever they wish
  • the benefit of this system is that students can, to some extent, choose the activities they wish to use to develop their understanding of their spelling list
  • the book also contains a Spelling Activity Checklist for students to record which activities they have used to consolidate each spelling list
  • a Have-a-Go blackline master is also provided to encourage students to attempt to spell unfamiliar words before seeking help, thus encouraging a more independent style of learning