Spelling Worksheets and Printables

Our spelling worksheets offer a wide variety of spelling activities, from drills for young kids just learning how to spell to exercises for older kids working on more complex word structures. Exercises include letter rolls, vocabulary building, plurals practice, and more. We even cover more challenging topics such as the silent e and when to use "its" vs. "it's", which are often mixed up. Our grammar worksheets are another good resource to help kids improve their writing skills.
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Sign Language Decoding Quotes Sign Language Decoding Quotes Can you say the alphabet using just your hands?
Finger Spelling Quotes Finger Spelling Quotes American Sign Language is the language of the deaf, but is a great tool for everyone to have and use!
Sign Language Flash Cards: 5 thru 10 Sign Language Flash Cards: 5 thru 10 What if you could only use your hands to communicate?
American Sign Language Quotes American Sign Language Quotes American Sign Language is the language of the deaf, but is a great tool to have and use!
Christmas Crossword Christmas Crossword Put your child's Christmas knowledge to the test with a challenging crossword puzzle all about this fun winter holiday.
Ready, set, write! This Valentine's Day, forget store-bought cards and candy. Instead, encourage your child to express her feelings with these creative writing prompts.
Valentine's Day Writing: 10 Printable Prompts Ready, set, write! This Valentine's Day, forget store-bought cards and candy.
These activities, games and worksheets are full of fun ways to build vocabulary for 3rd grade.
Fun 3rd Grade Vocabulary These activities, games and worksheets are full of fun ways to build vocabulary for 3rd grade.
Words in Words Words in Words Have some fun with this winter wordplay exercise!
Sign Language Flash Cards: M thru R Sign Language Flash Cards: M thru R How do you communicate without using your voice?
American Sign Language Practice American Sign Language Practice Do you know how to speak without using your voice?
Find the Spelling Errors Find the Spelling Errors Can you find the spelling errors in this pretend article for the school newspaper?
What is Photosynthesis? What is Photosynthesis? Ever wonder how the sun helps plants grow? Here is an easy way to explain the process of photosynthesis to your first grader, including a diagram and a fill in the blanks quiz.
Homophones are words that sound the same, but have different spellings, so they can be tricky to master. Help your kid sharpen spelling skills with this collection of homophone worksheets. From 'new' to 'knew' and 'ate' to 'eight' your child will master common word spellings.
A Word to the Wise: Understanding Homophones Homophones are words that sound the same, but have different spellings, so they can be tricky to master.
Vowel Diphthongs: 'Ou' Vowel Diphthongs: "Ou" Help your child learn all about diphthongs, the sliding sound made by vowel combinations.
Screech Owl Facts Screech Owl Facts Can you guess how the Screech Owl got its name?
Sharp Shinned Hawk Facts Sharp Shinned Hawk Facts Learn a new species of bird with a fun info sheet!
Our spelling worksheets offer a wide variety of spelling activities, from drills for young kids just learning how to spell to exercises for older kids working on more complex word structures. Exercises include letter rolls, vocabulary building, plurals practice, and more. We even cover more challenging topics such as the silent e and when to use "its" vs. "it's", which are often mixed up. Our grammar worksheets are another good resource to help kids improve their writing skills.

Tips for Teaching Spelling

Let's face it: Spelling can trick even the most literary adults at times. In today's tech age, where writers rely heavily on auto-correct and spell-check, good spelling is an uphill battle. However, a natural understanding of common spelling conventions is an important skills for early writers. Here are a few ways you can encourage good spelling in your child:

  • Host a game night with board games that require solid spelling skills, such as Scrabble or Upwords.
  • Make sure that kids understand the meaning of the words on their spelling list. This context will help kids to decode words and remember their spelling in the future.
  • Read with your child. Contact with printed material is still considered the best way to improve reading fluency and writing skills. When a new word is encountered in a text, make sure to write it down. Later, you and your child can make flash cards with the new words.
  • Let kids put their spelling skills to good use with these writing stories worksheets.

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