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Spelling Strategy Steps for Spelling New Words This is one strategy that you can use to learn any new spelling word It has six steps Step Spell the word aloud Step Think about the spelling Is there anything special to remember? Step Picture the word with your eyes shut Step Look at the word and write it Step Cover the word Picture it and write it again Check its spelling Did you get it right? © Pearson Education Step Look at the word Say it and listen to the sounds vi Spelling Practice Book Spelling Strategy Problem Parts Everybody has words that are hard to spell When you find such a word, it is a good time to use the Problem Parts strategy One of the words you will learn is mitten The word mitten has a sound in the middle, but this sound is spelled with not just one t but with two That is tricky! Here are steps to follow in the Problem Parts strategy Step Ask yourself which part of the word is giving you a problem Step Write the word and underline the problem part Step Picture the word Focus on the problem part You might want to picture the problem part in large letters to help you remember © Pearson Education Now picture the word and see the problem part before you spell it Spelling Practice Book vii Spelling Strategy Divide and Conquer Long words can be hard to spell If you divide them into smaller parts, you can conquer them Here is how to use the Divide and Conquer strategy Compound Words Words with Affixes Words with Many Syllables Step Say the word slowly and listen for each part or syllable Step Use these pictures to help you divide each kind of long word © Pearson Education Step Study the word one part or one syllable at a time viii Spelling Practice Book Spelling Strategy Meaning Helpers Even a short word like thrown can be hard to spell—until you discover where it comes from This is where the Meaning Helper strategy can be used Try to find shorter words with similar meanings that can help you spell the longer words Here are some examples: Longer Word every health Meaning Helper ever heal Clue ever + y heal + th © Pearson Education You don’t hear the second e when you say every, but you hear it when you say ever Ever is a meaning helper for every because a sound clue in ever helps you spell every Spelling Practice Book ix Spelling Strategy Memory Tricks Some words may have a part that gives you problems You can use the Memory Tricks strategy to help you with tricky word parts Study this example Step Ask yourself: Which part of the word gives me trouble? Then mark the letters that are problems for you slaygh sleigh sliegh Step Find memory helpers—words or phrases you already can spell—that have the same letters weigh, we ignore him, eight Step Create a memory trick by linking your word with a memory helper that helps you remember it Eight deer sat in the sleigh © Pearson Education If your memory trick can be made into a picture, think about that picture as you say the trick to yourself This can be an extra helper And silly helpers are just as good as serious helpers! x Spelling Practice Book Spelling Strategy Pronouncing for Spelling We spell some words wrong because we say them wrong Say a word very carefully to hear all of its sounds This is called the Pronouncing for Spelling strategy Step Say the word slowly and carefully Listen to the sound of each letter Step Say the word again as you write it © Pearson Education You can also change the way you secretly say a tricky sound To remember the o-u-r and the a-g-e in courage, you might secretly pronounce the word like this: c-our-age That means you would say the sound made by c, then the word our and then the word age It won’t make sense to anyone else, but you will know that you are using the Pronouncing for Spelling strategy Spelling Practice Book xi Frequently Misspelled Words! The words below are words that are misspelled the most by students your age Pay special attention to these frequently misspelled words as you read, write, and spell until outside said we’re sometimes different where caught chocolate friend into everybody off through friends swimming want you’re another beautiful I’m let’s then believe cousin especially happened heard I whole didn’t first watch people always took everyone morning school something with would are enough except friend’s probably upon vacation brought house might myself basketball hospital opened © Pearson Education too a lot because there their favorite that’s our when really they’re were it’s know finally again they Christmas went xii Spelling Practice Book Because of Winn-Dixie Name SORT Short Vowels VCCV Generalization Short a, e, i, o, and u are usually spelled a: admire, e: method, i: finger, o: soccer, and u: custom Word Sort Sort the list words by the short vowel in the first syllable 10 a _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 © Pearson Education 18 19 20 Challenge Words a 21 _ e 22 _ e _ _ i _ _ _ o _ _ u _ _ _ i 23 _ u 24 _ 25 _ Spelling Words 10 admire magnet contest method custom rally soccer engine sudden finger 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 accident mitten intend fabric flatten rascal gutter mammal happen cannon Challenge Words 21 dungeon 22 magnify 23 festival 24 thunderstorm 25 injury Home Activity Your child is learning to spell words with the short vowel pattern vowel-consonantconsonant-vowel Say a word aloud and have your child identify the short vowel in the first syllable of the word Spelling Practice Book Unit Week Day 1 Because of Winn-Dixie Name PRACTICE Short Vowels VCCV Spelling Words admire rally accident rascal magnet soccer mitten gutter contest engine intend mammal custom finger flatten cannon method sudden fabric happen Classifying Write the list word that fits each group 10 11 12 13 rules, game, winner, _ wheels, trunk, hood, _ foot, toe, hand, _ mistake, error, mishap, _ cotton, wool, silk, _ baseball, football, basketball, _ pancake, road, dough, _ otter, wolf, horse, _ mean, plan, aim, _ iron, attract, pole, _ meeting, gathering, assembly, _ habit, ritual, routine, _ hat, scarf, earmuffs, _ 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Bowler 1: Hooray! I got a strike! Did you see it ? Bowler 2: I your skill Bowler 3: The ball looked as if it had been shot from a Bowler 1: My bowling is perfect! Bowler 2: Then how come your ball just rolled into the ? Bowler 1: All of a I just lost control of the ball Bowler 1: You ! I think you enjoyed my mistake Home Activity Your child spelled words with short vowels in VCCV pattern Read the script aloud with your child Have your child spell the list words with closed eyes Unit Week Day Spelling Practice Book © Pearson Education Context Clues Choose a list word to complete each sentence of the script Write the word Because of Winn-Dixie Name PROOFREAD Short Vowels VCCV Proofread a Newspaper Column Circle five misspelled words in the newspaper column Write the words correctly Then write the sentence that has a punctuation mistake correctly Roof Rally By Dan Green Most days I idmire that little rascle, the squirrel That furry little mummal is always busy Its usual costum is to keep busy burying food all day long On one recent day a squirrel decided to take a break He brought twenty of his cusins and held a rally on my roof The noise was terrible! How could this happen? Stop it, I shouted They scampered over the gutter and ran away It was good to have peace and quiet again _ _ _ _ _ © Pearson Education cannon mignet accident ingune soccor fabrik cannen magnet ecident engine socor fibrak kannon manget eccident ingine soccer fabric 10 11 12 admire magnet contest method custom rally soccer engine sudden finger accident mitten intend fabric flatten rascal gutter mammal happen cannon Frequently Misspelled Words with cousin Proofread Words Circle the correctly spelled word Write the word 10 11 12 Spelling Words _ _ _ _ _ _ Home Activity Your child identified misspelled words with short vowels in VCCV pattern Say each spelling word Ask your child to name the short vowel in the first syllable Spelling Practice Book Unit Week Day 3 How Tía Lola Came to Stay Name REVIEW Suffixes -less, -ment, -ness Spelling Words payment statement flawless punishment countless treatment pavement greatness fairness restless amazement needless goodness breathless tireless timeless hopeless enjoyment amusement painless Word Scramble Unscramble each word Write the numbered letter on the lines below to complete the quote dssongeo 11 etmatetnr sesarltheb eilesrst mznaetmae atemnsmeu tsrnaseeg mtnihnpues 12 emitsesl 10 10 pasilsen Thomas Edison said, “Genius is 1% inspiration and 99% .” 10 11 12 11 great less 11 _ 12 flaw ment 12 _ 13 enjoy ness 13 _ 14 pay ment 14 _ Home Activity Your child has learned to read, write, and spell words with suffixes Have your child name the five most difficult words for him or her and review them with you 112 Unit Week Day Spelling Practice Book © Pearson Education Match Suffix Draw a line from the word to its suffix Write the list words To Fly Name SORT Suffixes -ful, -ly, -ion Generalization When adding -ful, -ly, or -ion to most words, the base word stays the same: careful Word Sort Sort the list words by their suffix -ful _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 Spelling Words -ly _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ -ion 18 _ 19 _ 20 _ Challenge Words © Pearson Education -ful 21 _ -ly 22 _ 23 _ -ion 24 _ 25 _ 10 careful tasteful lonely powerful suggestion peaceful recently extremely certainly wisely 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 harmful monthly yearly successful playful thoughtful actually pollution correction eagerly Challenge Words 21 separation 22 description 23 immediately 24 suspenseful 25 completely Home Activity Your child is learning to spell words with the suffixes -ful, -ly, and -ion Have your child circle the suffix in each list word Spelling Practice Book Unit Week Day 113 To Fly Name PRACTICE Suffixes -ful, -ly, -ion Spelling Words careful peaceful harmful thoughtful tasteful recently monthly actually lonely extremely yearly pollution powerful certainly successful correction suggestion wisely playful eagerly Rhymes Complete each sentence with a list word that rhymes with the underlined word When you have only one friend, sometimes you’ll be Recycling is one solution to the problem of He spends other people’s money but his own meagerly Reporters write factually, but make mistakes I love my great aunt dearly but I only see her If you can handle times that are stressful, you will be Toys by the trayful can make you feel To my recollection, my homework required no Our new puppy started to behave decently 10 Thorns by the armful are bound to be 10 11 He asked me a question so I made a 11 12 Did you buy something or were you just wasteful? 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 That was very inconsiderate of you You must be reckless when hiking Presidents are helpless leaders The warlike koala is my favorite animal He foolishly did not talk about others I find my hobby somewhat interesting Failing businesses have strong leadership 20 I doubtfully think I can go to the movies 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Home Activity Your child wrote words with suffixes -ful, -ly, and -ion Take turns writing and saying the list words 114 Unit Week Day Spelling Practice Book © Pearson Education Antonyms Write the list word that has the opposite meaning of the underlined word To Fly Name PROOFREAD Suffixes -ful, -ly, -ion Proofread an Article This short article needs to be corrected before it goes to the printer Circle six misspelled words Write the words correctly Write the word with a capitalization error correctly A Healthy Vacation Have you ever considered going to a spa? Spas are especally common in europe Spas are actually places to go to get healthier People who go to them are extremly motivated to improve their health Visitors begin by meeting with an expert for an exercise or diet suggestion The experts wisly ask questions before making recommendations The atmosphere in a spa is peacefull The decorations are tastful People learn to use their powerful self-discipline for exercise and diet If the visit is succesful, they go home rested and relaxed and with the tools they need for a healthy, new lifestyle _ _ _ _ _ _ careful tasteful lonely powerful suggestion peaceful recently extremely certainly wisely harmful monthly yearly successful playful thoughtful actually pollution correction eagerly Frequently Misspelled Words _ Proofread Words Circle the correct spelling Write the correct list word on the line © Pearson Education Spelling Spelling Words Words especially really egerly eagerly egerally _ suggestion sugestion suggesjun _ 10 yerly yearly yearally 10 _ 11 sertinly certinally certainly 11 _ 12 playfull playful plaful 12 _ Home Activity Your child identified misspelled words with the suffixes -ful, -ly, and -ion Let your child dictate words for you to spell Make some mistakes and let your child correct them Spelling Practice Book Unit Week Day 115 To Fly Name REVIEW Suffixes -ful, -ly, -ion Spelling Words careful peaceful harmful thoughtful powerful certainly successful correction lonely extremely yearly pollution tasteful recently monthly actually suggestion wisely playful eagerly Crossword Puzzle Use the clues to write list words in the puzzle Across not very long ago smog adjustment cleverly 10 winning 12 hurtful 13 really 14 mischievous 15 cautious 16 annually Down surely very excitedly considerate alone 11 in good taste 10 11 12 13 14 © Pearson Education 15 16 Home Activity Your child has learned to read, write, and spell words with the suffixes -ful, -ly, and -ion Say a clue from the puzzle Have your child say and spell the list word 116 Unit Week Day Spelling Practice Book Far Side of the Moon Name SORT Words with Silent Consonants Generalization Sometimes words have silent consonants: knee, often Word Sort Sort the list words by words you know how to spell and words you are learning to spell Write every word words I know how to spell 10 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ words I’m learning to spell 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Challenge Words words I know how to spell 21 _ 23 _ 24 _ 25 _ 10 island column knee often known castle thumb half calf whistle 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 autumn knuckles numb Illinois rhyme climber limb plumbing ghost clothes Challenge Words 21 raspberry 22 symptom 23 Wyoming 24 salmon 25 cologne © Pearson Education 22 _ words I’m learning to spell Spelling Words Home Activity Your child is learning to spell words with silent letters Have your child say the words and circle the silent letters Spelling Practice Book Unit Week Day 117 Far Side of the Moon Name PRACTICE Words with Silent Consonants Spelling Words island castle autumn climber column thumb knuckles limb knee half numb plumbing often calf Illinois ghost known whistle rhyme clothes Missing Words Write a list word to complete each familiar saying “To go out on a ” means to take a chance _ “A rule of ” is something that is generally true _ To “wet your ” means to take a drink _ “A jerk reaction” is a gut reaction or feeling _ To be “white as a ” means to be very pale with fright _ “There’s no or reason” means it doesn’t make sense _ If your “glass is full” you always look on the bright side _ 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 We built a sand at the beach I like to buy new Abraham Lincoln spent much of his life in Springfield, George Washington was as a person who didn’t lie Something you all the time is an activity you Without gloves, my fingers became from the cold Apple harvests and colorful leaves are the nice things about _ Your are the joints in your fingers The cow’s newborn was wobbly on its legs When the pipes squeak, it may be time to get some new _ Hawaii is an state The mountain is very skilled The teacher wrote a long of numbers for us to add 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Home Activity Your child wrote words that have silent consonants Pronounce each list word incorrectly, saying the silent consonant as in iz-land Have your child correct your pronunciation and spell the word 118 Unit Week Day Spelling Practice Book © Pearson Education Complete Write a list word to complete each sentence Far Side of the Moon Name PROOFREAD Words with Silent Consonants Proofread a Poster As a joke, Jack’s pals made up this poster Circle seven words that are spelled incorrectly Write the words correctly Circle a verb that does not agree with its subject, and write the correct form of the verb Have you seen Illinoi Jack? His sleeves covers his nuckles, and he always has some chocolate in his pocket His cloths are full of patches, and he is as pale as a gost Jack is known for his ability to rhyme and whisle He will fix your plumming when he is not writing poems Jack is offen seen with his pet calf, Nellie _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ © Pearson Education island column knee often known castle thumb half calf whistle autumn knuckles numb Illinois rhyme climber limb plumbing ghost clothes Frequently Misspelled Words Complete the Word Each word below has a missing letter Write the complete word on the line autum Spelling Spelling Words Words 10 iland 11 haf 12 casle 13 colum 14 num 15 thum 16 lim 17 climer 18 nee 19 nown 20 Chrismas Christmas chocolate would Home Activity Your child identified misspelled words with silent consonants Have your child find three words with silent k and make up a rule about when k is silent Spelling Practice Book Unit Week Day 119 Far Side of the Moon Name REVIEW Words with Silent Consonants Spelling Words column thumb knuckles limb island castle autumn climber often calf Illinois ghost knee half numb plumbing known whistle rhyme clothes Cryptogram Solve the puzzle by using the numbers in the grid for letters A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z 19 14 22 11 18 20 24 10 23 13 17 21 16 26 25 12 15 24 19 22 16 23 17 12 20 24 26 26 13 23 18 11 11 24 6 24 11 17 24 13 14 11 16 13 14 24 18 9 23 13 11 19 12 20 24 20 17 26 10 17 26 20 11 12 17 13 13 a finger 13 _ 14 a leg, an arm, or a branch on a tree 14 _ 15 a royal home 15 _ 16 a bending joint 16 _ 17 something regularly 17 _ 18 divided into two 18 _ 19 without feeling 19 _ 20 a cow’s baby 20 _ Home Activity Your child has learned to read, write, and spell words with silent consonants Review the silent consonants in each word with your child 120 Unit Week Day Spelling Practice Book © Pearson Education Definitions Write the list word for each definition Long u Sounds Unit 1, Week usual huge flute mood smooth threw afternoon scooter juice cruise truth bruise cruel excuse pupil groove confuse humor duty curfew 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Long e Unit 1, Week prairie calorie honey valley money finally movie country empty city rookie hockey collie breezy jury balcony steady alley trolley misty 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Long e and o Unit 1, Week sweet each three least freedom below throat float foam flown greet season croak shallow eagle indeed rainbow grown seaweed hollow 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Long a and i Unit 1, Week sigh right weigh eight detail height spray braid bait grain slight thigh tight raisin trait highway frighten dismay freight sleigh 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Short Vowels VCCV Unit 1, Week admire magnet contest method custom rally soccer engine sudden finger accident mitten intend fabric flatten rascal gutter mammal happen cannon 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 © Pearson Education Take-Home Word Lists UNIT Spelling Practice Book 121 Spelling Practice Book 10 morning forest garbage form alarm corner story argue backyard start partner storm Florida apartment sport force forward sharp garden Arkansas 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 videos teeth potatoes themselves lives leaves cliffs roofs halves moose radios sheep cuffs beliefs patios banjos tornadoes tomatoes hoofs loaves 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 monkeys friends plays supplies taxes holidays months companies costumes sandwiches hobbies daisies delays scratches counties teammates memories bunches batteries donkeys 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Unit 2, Week Unit 2, Week Unit 2, Week Unit 2, Week whisper elephant white shrink wharf trunk strong blink chunk skunk Thanksgiving among think blank graph young wheel nephew belong whiskers Consonant Pairs ng, nk, ph, wh Words with ar, or Irregular Plurals Adding -s and -es © Pearson Education return courage surface purpose first turkey heard early turtle birthday journal courtesy nourish purse furniture search curtain burrow hamburger survey 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Unit 2, Week Words with ear, ir, our, ur Take-Home Word Lists UNIT 123 Possessives Unit 3, Week its ours mine yours family’s families’ man’s mens girl’s girls’ hers theirs brother’s brothers’ teacher’s teachers’ aunt’s aunts’ boy’s boys’ 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Compound Words Unit 3, Week watermelon homemade understand sometimes shoelace highway upstairs thunderstorm shortcut doorbell jellyfish touchdown campfire skateboard anyway fireworks haircut loudspeaker laptop flashlight 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Vowel sound in shout Unit 3, Week however mountain mound scout shout couch towel ounce coward outdoors flowerpot scowl browse announce hound trout drowsy grouch eyebrow boundary 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Homophones Unit 3, Week piece peace break brake threw through by bye beat beet thrown throne aloud allowed past passed weight wait there their 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Adding -ed and -ing Unit 3, Week watched watching danced dancing studied studying stopped stopping dried drying happened happening noticed noticing robbed robbing slipped slipping hurried hurrying 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 © Pearson Education Take-Home Word Lists UNIT Spelling Practice Book 125 Prefixes un-, dis-, in- Unit 4, Week distrust uncertain incomplete unlikely unfair discontinue unaware disorder discount indirect unopened disrespect unimportant unlisted disrepair inability disapprove unsolved disobey unsuspecting 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Consonants /j/, /ks/, and /kw/ Unit 4, Week village except explain quick charge bridge knowledge question equal queen excited expect Texas fudge excellent exercise quart liquid quilt expert 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Final er, ar Unit 4, Week brother together dinner popular center calendar similar regular summer clever supper pitcher filter hangar never shelter cellar caterpillar theater deliver 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Final le, al, en Unit 4, Week chicken eleven given jungle national several natural needle single citizen threaten diagonal paddle animal spiral marble oval mumble tangle frighten 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Contractions Unit 4, Week don’t won’t wouldn’t there’s we’re you’re doesn’t I’ve here’s wasn’t shouldn’t couldn’t where’s hadn’t aren’t they’re it’s we’ve when’s haven’t 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 © Pearson Education Take-Home Word Lists UNIT Spelling Practice Book 127 Related Words Unit 5, Week please pleasant breath breathe image imagine product production heal health triple triplet relate relative meter metric compose composition crumb crumble 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Words with Latin Roots Unit 5, Week dictionary abrupt predict import locally verdict locate portable transport bankrupt dictate location erupt passport export contradict rupture interrupt disrupt dislocate 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Greek Word Parts Unit 5, Week telephone biography telescope photograph microwave diameter barometer microscope headphones microphone autograph microchip telegraph perimeter paragraph phonics symphony saxophone periscope megaphone 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Syllable patterns V/CV and VC/V Unit 5, Week basic vacant secret honor local novel olive tiger spinach second donate locust beware emotion cabin tripod dragon habit tribute lizard 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Multisyllabic Words Unit 5, Week reaction prerecorded incorrectly incredibly disobedient disagreeable refreshment unbreakable declaration retirement misdialed undefined unhappily watchfully gleefully sportsmanship repayment questionable displacement midshipman 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 © Pearson Education Take-Home Word Lists UNIT Spelling Practice Book 129 Unit 6, Week island column knee often known castle thumb half calf whistle autumn knuckles numb Illinois rhyme climber limb plumbing ghost clothes 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Unit 6, Week careful tasteful lonely powerful suggestion peaceful recently extremely certainly wisely harmful monthly yearly successful playful thoughtful actually pollution correction eagerly 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Unit 6, Week countless payment goodness fairness hopeless treatment statement breathless restless enjoyment pavement flawless tireless amazement amusement greatness punishment timeless needless painless 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Unit 6, Week misplace nonsense reread repack misfortune remove mishandle nonstop recover reseal misbehavior reunion nonfiction rebound mistreat readjust misprint nonprofit nonstick misquote 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Unit 6, Week stomach memory Canada element mystery science remember forget suppose iron gravel difficult fortune giant architect normal notify privilege cement yesterday 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Suffixes -less, -ment, Suffixes -ful, -ly, -ion Words with Silent Consonants -ness Prefixes mis-, non-, re- Schwa © Pearson Education Take-Home Word Lists UNIT Spelling Practice Book 131 ... yourself This can be an extra helper And silly helpers are just as good as serious helpers! x Spelling Practice Book Spelling Strategy Pronouncing for Spelling We spell some words wrong because... two different long u sounds Spelling Practice Book Unit Week Day 17 Letters Home from Yosemite Name PRACTICE Long u Sounds Spelling Words huge afternoon bruise confuse usual threw truth groove... Ask your child to use each list word in a sentence Spelling Practice Book Unit Week Day 11 Grandfather’s Journey Name REVIEW Long e and o Spelling Words least foam shallow seaweed three float
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