Spelling Worksheets and Printables

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Spruce Up the Sight Word: Three
Spruce Up the Sight Word: Three
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Spruce Up the Sight Word: Three
Add a little arts and crafts into the mix with this unique sight word worksheet! Your preschooler will have a blast with this early reading lesson.
Preschool
Reading & Writing
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Mae Jemison Mini Book
Mae Jemison Mini Book
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Mae Jemison Mini Book
Young learners will enjoy tracing, coloring, and assembling this mini book about astronaut and scientist Mae Jemison.
Kindergarten
Social studies
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Katherine Johnson Mini Book
Katherine Johnson Mini Book
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Katherine Johnson Mini Book
Introduce young learners to the inspiring story of Katherine Johnson, a barrier-breaking NASA mathematician, with this engaging mini book activity.
Kindergarten
Reading & Writing
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Spelling Worksheets and Printables

Spelling can be tricky, even for the most enthusiastic writers. With our spelling worksheets and printables, students from preschool to fifth grade can build their spelling skills and confidence with ease. Explore a range of concepts from sound blends and digraphs, long- and short-vowel sounds, and suffixes to more complex rules of the silent-e and homophones. For more language arts activities, check out our grammar worksheets!

Spelling Worksheets to Improve Reading and Writing Fluency

As children learn their ABCs and start linking sounds and letters together, spelling begins to play a pivotal role in the development of reading and writing fluency. That’s why we’ve developed and compiled an extensive selection of spelling worksheets that will ensure your child has all the tools, strategies, and practice necessary to make spelling second nature, whether they’re just beginning to recognize words or are preparing for the challenges of middle school. Sight words bingo, interactive alphabet charts, and creative coloring pages are great tools to introduce spelling to the littlest learners in a relaxed and inviting way. As kids get a little older, they’ll benefit from worksheets that help them sound out words with pictures, find and write missing letters, and discover and internalize important spelling patterns. For older kids, spelling gets more entertaining when homophones and homonyms lend themselves to funny puns. No matter the age, you can go beyond formal practice and work with your child at home to improve their spelling simply by reading together, as simple exposure to familiar and unfamiliar words on a regular basis can have a significant impact on spelling and vocabulary building skills.