These spelling lists are too useful to ignore. The free spelling lessons cover academic subjects taught at particular grade levels (for example, the 5th grade spelling list includes 5th grade science words). Your homeschool might not follow these specific levels; however, the lists also include Fry’s 1,000 most commonly used English words. Word knowledge is […]
Practicing spelling words can be such a drag, and yet it’s important! Here are 31 ways to practice spelling words, and let me tell you – these are great ideas. From chalk to word searches to stamps…surely a few of them will pique your child’s interest!Click here to find creative ways to practice spelling words! Need […]
Spiders are fantastic little creatures that help to keep our bug population in check, and they don’t need to be exclusively enjoyed in October. This worksheet pack will hold your children’s interest! It’s boldly illustrated and uses lots of cute fonts. This is 16 pages of word work – building words with letters. It’s customizable so […]
It’s exciting to learn to read, but some real fun can come into play when children discover books with onomatopoeia. Onomatopoeia are sound words like “boom, bang, crash, or zoom,” and they are fun to read. We’ve all been guilty of throwing our dramatic skills into the reading of books like, “Mr. Brown Can Moo! […]
If you are teaching little ones to read, wintertime is full of long days that provide countless opportunities for learning fun! These Free Winter CVC Words Worksheets are a great place to start! Learning 2 Walk’s Free Winter CVC Words Worksheets are a great addition to your reading class! Stop by and download your free copy today or […]
This Spelling Dictionary will give your kids a special place to keep all the words they are learning to spell.There are many different ways to use this Spelling Dictionary and there are 6 different versions to choose from! There are versions with just letters and big lined paper for younger children to add their own […]
This free digraph printable is perfect for teaching or reinforcing the “-sh” sound at the beginning of a word. (Dictionary.com defines a digraph as a pair of letters representing a single speech sound.) It includes sorting, coloring, and more!Click here to download your free printable! Need An Affordable Approach to Learning? Save time, money and stress with our award-winning online homeschool curriculum!