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Spelling options

Page history last edited by steve parker 11 years, 9 months ago

 

 

Here are some options you have to taking the spelling test, if you would like. 

 

 

1. Practice for a suggested 30 mins a week playing games on our spelling website.

  • Got to www.spellingcity.com
  • click on find a list
  • search by username for parkerclass
  • click on the week link correspongding to our list handout.
  • or just go here  http://www.spellingcity.com/parkerclass/ and click on the right week
  • Your child should practice for a suggested 30 minutes per week on the games and practice tests. 

 

2.  Create a wordle, using the spelling list.  

 

  • Go to Wordle.net. 
  • Follow the instructions and create your wordle using the spelling list and your pretest. 
  • Type your name (firstname or wikiname)8 times so it will be really big.
  • Type spelling~list 5 times (The tilde~will make two words appear together and will not appear in your wordle.)
  • Type any words misspelled on your pretest at least 3 times.
  • Type all the other words in your spelling list once, taking care to spell them all correctly.
  • Print out your wordle and turn it in on the due date or...
  • Create a page and save it using the following convention  (first or wikiname.spelling.unit #) for example Sarah.spelling.14 and insert your homework in the spelling folder.  (hint: Create a page and page into folders videos are on the how to page)

 

 

3.    Write your own story, using all the words from our list.

 

  • The story can be similar to the story we use for our test, but it should be your own creation.
  • All words from the list must be used.  Extra credit for bonus words.
  • Your story may be handwritten or typed (correctly!).  Either way, it must be legible.  You may be asked to read it aloud.
  • Print out your story and turn it in on the due date or...
  • Create a page and save it using the following convention (first or wikiname.spelling.unit #) for example, Sarah.spelling.14 and insert  your homework in the spelling folder.  (hint: Create a page and page into folders videos are on the how to page)
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