Make sure to make as many copies as you can! Hangman This is a classic hangman game, using your own words. Parents can also use the resource template to park in words from any book at home. The Spelling Lists The lists are arranged in stages that coordinate to the children's development through spelling patterns, also called features.
Word Search Puzzle Immediately create a challenging online word search puzzle from your own list of words. The games, recommended by MOE Learning Support Coordinators, are pitched for children in lower primary and cater to different learning styles by incorporating auditory and visual mnemonics, and tactile activities.
They practice reading the words and matching them to the words you hear. When you type correctly the words you hear, you can eliminate the sharks that are threatening the goldfish.
Just type, listen and learn English - learning spelling can be as simple as that! In addition to the lists for each grade level, there are many "themed" lists for students of all ages to enjoy themes such as September, Halloween, Winter, Earth Day, Science Day etc.
Third graders continue the fluency of reading while they explore the meanings of words i. Playing reading and spelling games at home with your children encourages them to learn while having fun.
How to play Boogle Distribute 1 copy of one of the boggle game pages and a pencil to each player. Start timing for 2 minutes and players will turn over their page and start looking for words.
Reading Activity 1: Onset-rime blending Onset-rime blending is a useful reading strategy, especially for beginning readers.