We have a variety of free spelling worksheets to give your students a lot of fun practice! Our collection includes lots of puzzle-y pages, like this one, as well as more traditional worksheets.
This spelling worksheet will tell you! First print the chart of 55 words and read it carefully. Use a dark pencil, crayon or marker to shade all the words that are spelled incorrectly.
Turn the page as directed, and you'll know instantly if you found all the right answers!
When you complete the printable page, remember to turn the page as directed. If you colored all the correct answers, you'll be able to see quickly the answer to the question,"Can You Spell Well?"
Meets the Plumber and Extra Letters Worksheets:
Students chose the correctly spelled words to complete an interesting
story or eliminate extra letters to solve a word puzzle. Based on our
sixth grade spelling word list.
4 Printable word search puzzles - Kids search for the correct spellings of commonly used (and commonly misspelled words. A great way to practice!
Spelling crossword puzzle
- Here's a fun way to practice spelling those tricky plural
Mystery In the Attic Spelling Worksheet: Kids read a humorous story about a mysterious attic as they choose correctly/incorrectly spelled words.
Elementary worksheets - Swap Sheets™ #1 and #2 - These flexible spelling pages are a brilliant way for students to practice writing their spelling words over and over -- without your instruction!
In addition to our free spelling worksheets, we have lots of spelling word games, including:
Free spelling activities for two players - "Shady Spelling" Printable game boards for two players.
More Spelling Fun for Kids - A new spelling word game to play on a Scrabble game board. Mumbo-Jumbo, anyone?
Try some brain teasers, too! Here are just two from our large collection:
Magic Word Squares - 7 printable word brain teasers. Kids will complete squares in which the same words are spelled in both directions.
Spelling Quiz Brain Teasers - These printable brain teasers require students to identify correctly/incorrectly spelled words, then match each quiz to the student who completed it. Logical fun!