First Grade Spelling Words
1st Grade Spelling Lists, Games & Activities
We are pleased to provide free 1st grade spelling lists that can also be practiced online by signing up for a free trial with us. Members can also create their own custom lists. 1st grade is an important time for children to learn and grow. Help your student ace their weekly spelling tests by practicing spelling words for 1st grade at Home Spelling Words. You simply create a family account using our free trial, add your student's name, then import our 1st grade spelling words or use your own from school by typing them in once each week. Your child can practice as much as he or she likes in order to improve their test scores. There are many ways to help your child learn to spell. Take time to read with your child and make frequent visits to the library. Also, there are many board games that can be modified to suit a younger child. Don't forget that practice is really the key to success.
Make Your Own 1st Grade Spelling Lists
Create your own 1st grade spelling lists by registering for your free trial. Simply enter your list name, then each spelling word and a practice sentence if you like. Once you are done, publish the list and start practicing right away. You can also take spelling tests or play spelling games with your customized lists. Our website is perfect for homeschools with their own curriculum or students who receive a weekly spelling list from school.
1st Grade Spelling Worksheets
These are printable 1st grade spelling worksheets. Students are able to practice handwriting and spelling by completing these 1st grade worksheets and they can be done anytime. Worksheet 1 goes with List 1 and so forth.
1st Grade Spelling Bee Words
Home Spelling Words is the perfect website for practicing your 1st grade spelling bee words. Create lists of ten or twenty first grade spelling words and practice as much as you like. You can also play games with your spelling bee words and take tests as well.
1st Grade Spelling Activities
Make Your Own Books: Does your child have a big imagination? Put it to use by helping your child create their very own book! You can have them write words on a paper and then create illustrations to go with them. You can also use a word processing program like Microsoft Word. This is a great way for children to learn how to use computers and write a book at the same time. Bind your book with yarn or staples. Sample Title Ideas: Fun with Grandma, Fun with Grandpa (make great gifts), My First Day at School, My Teacher, I Love My Pet and When I Grow Up.
Sticky Words: Put sticky notes with words on common objects in the student’s room or elsewhere in the house. Then, the students will practice reading those words daily until he or she becomes familiar with the spelling. Later you can have a “sticky test” by giving your student sticky notes with words and they have to run around the house placing the notes on the right objects.
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