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BE SURE TO CLICK spelling 2nd semester now that we have started the 

2nd semester for 2017 lists.







** NO SPELLING or VOCAB **

Dec. 12th - 16th




Spelling Words

Week of December 5, 2016

“December” Words

  1.  winter
  2.  holiday
  3.  merry
  4.  stockings
  5.  snowman
  6.   wreath
  7.  present
  8.  reindeer
  9.  holly
  10. mistletoe
  11. sleigh
  12. gingerbread
  13. lights
  14. caroling
  15. gifts
  16. chestnuts
  17. December
  18. fireplace
  19. cocoa
  20. laughter

 

There are no vocabulary words this week.







Week of 11/28/16

Frequently used words and review words

        

1.  world            

2.  sound

3.  clear

4.  also

5.  soft

6.  crack

7.  lawn

8.  crown

9.  peace

10. knew

11. where

12. turn

13. threw

14. whole

15. might

16. piece

17. through

18. mistake

19. surprise

20. family

 

There are no vocabulary words this week.





Spelling words week of 11-14-16

 

Plural nouns – changing  -y  to  - i   & add  - es, 

 - changing  -f   or   -fe   to   -v   and add   -es

 

1.   penny

2.   pennies

3.   bunny

4.   bunnies

5.   cherry

6.   cherries

7.   party

8.   parties

9.   pony

10. ponies

11. calf

12. calves

13. wolf

14. wolves

15. knife

16. knives

17. loaf

18. loaves

19. leaf

20. leaves

 

 

vocabulary:  (The definition is based on the context in which the word is used in the story.  Learn and understand the meaning of each word.  You do not need to know the spelling.)

 

anchor –  a heavy metal hook attached to a ship and dropped overboard to hold the ship in place

 

cramped – crowded; not enough room to move about

 

journey – a trip from one place to another   

 

seeping – slowly leaking; oozing

 

settlement – a small community in a new place

 

survive – to stay alive; to hold up or withstand

 

weary – tired; needing rest    





Week of Nov. 7

NONE ~ short week!




Week of October 31, 2016

*three-letter clusters and unexpected consonant patterns

 

  1. spring
  2. knee
  3. throw
  4. patch
  5. strong
  6. wrap
  7. three
  8. watch
  9. street
  10. knock
  11. spread
  12. write
  13. string
  14. wrong
  15. scream
  16. thrill
  17. throat
  18. strap
  19. itch
  20. know

 

 

 

 

Vocabulary:  (The definition is based on the context in which the word is used in the story.  Learn and understand the meaning of each word.  You do not need to know the spelling.)

 

appreciate –  to enjoy and understand

 

grazing – eating growing plants

 

population – relating to the number of people or animals living in a certain   

                      place

 

starve – to suffer or die from not having enough food

 

surrounding – on all sides of

 

territory – an area of land

 

wander – to move from place to place without reason

 




Week of Oct. 17


1. allow

2. pounce

3. awful

4. thousand

5. mountain

6. squawk

7. caught

8. sauce

9. fought

10. powder

11. amount

12. bounce

13. officer

14. cause

15. brought

16. tower

17. sprout

18. taught

19. brown

20. proud


VOCAB:


colossal - very big

creature - a living being

heroic -  very brave

horrifying - causing great fear

monstrous - extremely large

terrifying - causing much fear

tremendous - very great, large or powerful





Week of Oct. 7

* REVIEW *

1. grind

2. write

3. climate

4. squeal

5. weigh

6. geese

7. seize

8. knife

9. throat

10. boast

11. own

12. fraction

13. traffic

14. mission

15. moral

16. knob

17. switch

18. empty

19. edge

20. friend


Instead of VOCAB. words please  memorize the following elements of a FABLE.  You will 

have a quiz on Friday.


Elements of a FABLE

* short story

* characters usually have human like qualities

* has a moral - advice or lesson on how to live or truth about life

* may contain poetry 





Week of Oct. 3, 2016

* long i vowels


1. wild

2. bright

3. die

4. sight

5. child

6. fight

7. lie

8. tight

9. might

10. mind

11. find

12. high

13. mild

14. blind

15. grind

16. night

17. kind

18. right

19. write

20. white


Vocabulary Words:

These words are found in our weekly story.  The definition is based on the context in which the word is used in the story.  Your child needs to learn and understand the meaning of each word and does not need to know the spelling.



Vocabulary Words

 

 

swift:  able to move very fast

 

frail:  weak

 

dusk:  the time of day after sunset when it is nearly dark

 

summon:  to call or request someone to come

 

endure:  to put up with

 

harsh:  unpleasant or hard to put up with






Week of September 19, 2016


*vowel-consonant-e pattern & frequently used words

 

  1. mistake
  2. explode
  3. awhile
  4. cheese
  5. theme
  6. polite
  7. surprise
  8. piece
  9. knife
  10. divide
  11. crude
  12. scope
  13. scene
  14. gone
  15. hire
  16. niece
  17. while
  18. flute
  19. geese
  20. seize    

 


Vocabulary:  (The definition is based on the context in which the word is used in the story.  Learn and understand the meaning of each word.  You do not need to know the spelling.)

 

giant –  a huge, strong imaginary creature that looks like a human

 

mysterious – very hard to explain or understand

 

pedestal – the base on which a statue stands

 

square – an open area in the center of town

 

statue – an image, often of a person or animal, usually made of stone, metal or wood

 

weakling – a person lacking strength or power 

 

 






Spelling Words 9 - 12 - 16

NONE this week, NO VOCAB either:  District Assessments - also no school Friday: teacher work day



Spelling Words 9 - 5 - 16 (long 0 )

1. throat

2. sold

3. soap

4. own

5. both

6. most

7. told

8. grow

9. toast

10. show 

11. foam

12. bowl

13. loan

14. road

15. toad

16. boast

** only 16 this week **

VOCAB: 

Just a reminder the meaning of these words is based on the context of how they are used in the story of the week.  You will not need to know how to spell these.


collector - a person who gathers things or has a collection.


collection - a group of objects with something in common, often gathered or displayed.


flourish - a dramatic waving motion, a showy way of doing something.


royalty - members of a royal family, such as kings, queens, princesses.


embroidered - decorated by sewing designs with a needle, thread or yarn.


symbols - designs that stand for other things or ideas.


wealth - plenty of money or other valuable things.







Short vowel words Story: The Waterfall

week of 8-29-2016


1. dance

2. inspect

3. think

4. tremble

5. milk

6. crisp

7. mission

8. twig

9. build

10. lift

11. stock

12. class

13. plant

14. graph

15. hang

16. fraction

17. traffic

18. memory

19. family

20. insect


vocab: 

boulder - a large, rounded rock

canyon - a deep valley with steep walls on both sides, formed by running water

cauldron - a large pot used for boiling

ledges - flat spaces like shelves on the sides or cliffs or rocks

rapids - a group of small waterfalls in a river where the water flows fast





Short vowel sounds & frequently used words

Week of 8-22-16

  1. crumb
  2. knob
  3. topic
  4. stuff
  5. lump
  6. truck
  7. numb
  8. often
  9.  itch
  10.  shock
  11.  switch
  12.  prince
  13. since 
  14. grumpy
  15.  dusk
  16.   pond
  17.  there
  18.  were
  19.  feel
  20. dodge

     

    Vocabulary Words:  These words are found in our weekly story.  The definition is based on the context in which the word is used in the story.  Your child needs to learn and understand the meaning of each word and does not need to know the spelling.

     

    appetite – the desire for food; hunger

    chores – everyday jobs or responsibilities around the house

    harvest – pick from a crop

    hitched – fastened an animal to a piece of farm equipment

    plow – to turn over dirt, often in long rows, so that seeds can be planted

    sown – planted seeds

    tend – take care of  

 




                                                                                                                                     

 

 

 

 







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