Learning certain patterns and word structures can be extremely helpful in learning to spell words correctly. This series of activities and exercises walk students through some of the most common patterns, like double consonants, homophones and contractions where they will have the opportunity to learn and practise spelling more difficult words. Students will also attack some more commonly misspelled words in the English language.
This lesson includes 5 printable learning activities.
Multi-Syllable Words Spelling Patterns: Floyd DangerMulti-syllable words don't have to be tricky when you play this game! This interactive game makes it so fun to practise breaking apart long words into shorter syllables, which is a helpful spelling tactic. Go with Floyd on an adventure and collect coins and treasures along the way. Your child won't get tired of this fun grammar game!
Multi-Syllable Spelling 2This exercise will help students expand their vocabulary by learning how to read multi syllable words.
Double ConsonantsThis exercise will teach students learn how to pronounce the unique sounds of words containing double syllables.
Homophone Sentence BuildingMain or mane? Scene or seen? Kids build spelling skills while helping Floyd build a wall in this homophone sentence building game. Geared toward those reading and writing at a year five level, students will choose between two homophones to correctly complete the given sentence, and each correct answer gets Floyd closer to completing his wall! This resource is a fun way for young readers to hone skills around word meaning and spelling patterns.
Homophones 2Some words are remarkably similar, and this exercise will build students’ confidence in finding the difference between them.
Irregularly Spelled Words 2English is a language full of exceptions to rules, and this exercise will enhance students’ understanding of irregularly spelled words.

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