If you're looking for some ready-to-use spelling
exercises for your home school or classroom students, try some of these
Write 3-4 sentences at a time on the board, from one or both sets below. Then, to give your students as much practice as possible, ask them to copy the entire sentence on their papers, completing the sentences correctly.
1. This bus will be stoping in
a few minutes.
2. The crowd claped for a long time for the circus act.
3. Traffic was jamed on Main Street all morning.
4. Our reading class meets at ten o-clock.
5. Is the sick puppy geting better?
6. That is the redest sunset I've ever seen!
7. We were rowing the canoe for two hours.
8. No one wants to be known as a quiter.
9. We skiped TV so we could play outside.
10. May I borrow your coloring book?
For your convenience, here is a printable set of these spelling sentences.
1. Mr. Jones was hopeing
I would visit him on his birthday
2. I truely love the autumn!
3. My brother had a very scarey Halloween costume.
4. Grandpa is outside hoeing the garden.
5. The baseball game ended in the nineth inning.
6. We learned about divideing in math class.
7. The newborn baby was so loveable!
8. I think rideing the bus to school is better than walking.
9. Mrs. Smith has been careing for her husband for a long time.
10. The snowstorm was unbelieveable!
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