Building Spelling Skills Grade 5
  • Building Spelling Skills Grade 5
  • Building Spelling Skills Grade 5
  • Building Spelling Skills Grade 5
  • Building Spelling Skills Grade 5
  • Building Spelling Skills Grade 5
  • Building Spelling Skills Grade 5
  • Building Spelling Skills Grade 5
  • Building Spelling Skills Grade 5
  • Building Spelling Skills Grade 5
ISBN: 1557998434
EAN13: 9781557998439
Language: English
Release Date: Mar 1, 2002
Pages: 160
Dimensions: 0.6" H x 12.2" L x 8.8" W
Weight: 0.7 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Book Overview

In Building Spelling Skills Daily Practice, Grade 5, students will learn 18 spelling words per week (540 total). Three sentences for dictation are provided for each list.

Spelling lists include the following:

  • contractions
  • blends
  • vowel sounds
  • prefixes and suffixes
  • compound words
  • words with silent letters
  • easily confused spellings
  • multisyllable words
  • irregular plurals

Practice pages include the following:

  • a spelling list with spaces to read, write, and spell each word
  • word meaning (filling in missing spelling words in sentences, crossword puzzles, synonyms/antonyms)
  • exercises with phonetic elements and other types of word study
  • editing for spelling

Reproducible forms include:

  • spelling record form
  • individual spelling record
  • spelling test form
  • spelling list form
  • word sort form
  • parent letter

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5
   All in one book with answer key!
We're using it for homeschool. It's a great little all-in-one book, Raymond said. It tells you exactly when, what and how you can expect to get your money back. The answer key is in the middle of the screen. Bonus words can be given on each week to help really get them to thinking. I will definitely buy this book again, as we are writing it in it rather than printing it. It's a great all-in-one book, Simon says.
 
3
   Eh
I bought this for my 5th grader who homeschools. I've had a few students ask me about this, and I thought it would be great to have spelling words already prepared for the week. The idea is great but I feel the words are incredibly easy, Grace said. Some of the words are I've, until, very, etc. It's just that the challenge doesn't seem that challenging at all. In fact, she has been acing all of her tests without even knowing it.
 
5
   Excellent tool to work on spelling and handwriting
We have homeschooled the last few years, and pulled our child for a variety of reasons, one being the handwriting was so terrible but nobody was helping to correct it. We have used several levels of these books now and each continues to help make great strides in breaking away from phonetic spelling and in correcting the handwriting issues, too. This book is appropriate for any age, we chose to start at first grade level and work up given the penmanship issues needed to be worked on, but we are extremely pleased!
 
5
   Easy to learn the words
I still don't understand why they don't teach spelling in school. This book is great to make sure that the kids know how to spell the words they should know in this grade.
 
5
   Great book! Use it for homeschool
A great book, lots of really solid content, Robert Craver writes. It made me realize that my child is not that smart in the real world, only in the Minecraft world.
 
5
   Great extra practice
It was during this period that we picked up this book for extra practice at home. It's not super intense, but a good way to keep him engaged and provide extra practice, Coach Mepham said.
 
5
   A must have!
Great program, said homeschooler Julie Dhaliwal. Broomhead, who has Down syndrome, does one worksheet per day, plus practice writing each word in a separate notebook. At the end of the week, he has to take a spelling test. I already see such a great improvement in his spelling since using this workbook, Mrs. O'Neill said. We will use it for each grade available from here!
 
5
   Perfect Spelling for Homeschool
I love this book for homeschoolers, said Sara Fields, a homeschool teacher. The kids enjoy doing the activities and learn how to spell the words. This is all I do for their spelling and I see a lot of improvement, Mr. Caramore said.
 
5
   Great for my 7 year old!
In the video, the boy is shown in second grade. It's just that his son is a good speller. However, the words seem relatively easy for the examiners to type, so I have had to get a grade level or two higher in order for my son to have some sort of a challenge. While he was in 1st grade, the Evan Moor 1st and 2nd grade was way too easy for him, so he worked on the 3rd grade level. In math, I got the 5th grade level. It's great to have him working on the spelling, but he has the perfect amount of challenge for not only learning new words but also spelling them. I would definitely recommend this book to anyone.
 
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