Day 1: write out definitions
Day 2: pick 5 and use them each in a sentence
Day 3: write a synonym or antonym for each
Day 4: study for the test
Day 5: test (see photos below) – Give the test verbally or print the images.
1.L 2.R 3. Y 4. Y 5. H 6. A 7. P 8. S 9. L 10. U (Niagara Falls)
1. U 2. I 3. O 4. G 5. N 6. F 7. S 8. D 9. T 10. A (St. Augustine, Florida)
School (remote and in-person learning) starts next week for our district. Therefore, I am busy creating lesson plans for this quarter. I’m trying to make this homeschooling experience as normal as possible for my child. It’s going to be challenging for us, and for you. I hope the weekly spelling lessons help ease some of the tension, worry, stress, and anxiety in your home.
Feel free to copy/paste/print any of the material below.
Spelling list – words with the short and long “a” vowel sounds
(two bonus words, your choice)
**First day, go over each spelling word with your child. Make sure they can pronounce and understand the meaning of each one. For in-class work, have them copy each word correctly. **
List spelling words that have the sound of the long a.
Then circle the letters that make the long a sound.
Write the spelling word that rhymes with these words