In Building Spelling Skills Daily Practice, Grade 3, students will learn 15 spelling words per week (450 total). Three sentences for dictation are provided for each list.
Spelling lists include the following:
- vowel sounds
- prefixes and suffixes
- compound words
- words with silent letters and homophones
- consonant digraphs
Practice pages include the following:
- a spelling list with spaces to read, write, and spell each word
- visual memory exercises
- word meaning (filling in missing spelling words in sentences, crossword puzzles, synonyms/antonyms)
- exercises with phonetic elements
- editing for spelling
Reproducible forms include:
- spelling record form
- individual spelling record
- spelling test form
- spelling list form
- word sort form
- parent letter
Yes, your entire third-grade class can be spelling superstars when you use our “Building Spelling Skills” resources and materials in your classroom! This reproducible format will help your students achieve new levels of spelling success with frequent, focused skills practice.
This 30-week, easy-to-follow program will introduce your third graders to a total of 450 new words at 15 words per week, and will focus not only on the correct spelling of each word through visual memory exercises, but also the words’ meanings, synonyms and antonyms. Motivating exercises with phonetic elements will ensure students’ understanding as they journey through this program. Evan-Moor makes it easy to implement our daily spelling resources in your classroom by providing helpful reproducible forms for your use — they include a spelling record form, word sort form, a parent letter and more!
You can be confident that your third-grade students are learning spelling words for their grade level. Our materials have been developed over three decades of quality educational offerings that have been the preferred choice of both students and teachers. Evan-Moor’s goal is to help teachers help their students to achieve educational success in their classrooms. Since 1979, we have strived to promote quality, research-based curriculum, resources and books to help build strong foundations to help educate tomorrow’s leaders.