Hard Spell Words For Adults | difficult spelling words - ie - ei words 2

Difficult Spelling Words Aren't Impossible! We'll Show You Why!

Here are several lists of difficult spelling words, and links to lessons to help you learn -- or teach -- how to spell them!

Is a short name always worth less? Is a longer name worth more? Challenge the students to see if they can come up with a word that has a value of exactly $100.  Here are a few $100 words: elephants, straws, cousins, stress, explains, writing, squares  Other ideas: – Add up their spelling words to see which is the most/least expensive. – Who can find the most expensive word in the dictionary? – Using an atlas, find the most/least expensive country.

$100 Word Challenge!

Add up spelling words to see which is the most/least expensive. - Who can find the most expensive word in the dictionary? - Using an atlas, find the most/least expensive country

An engaging, hands-on word work activity! Students "make words" by cutting apart and rearranging letters. 28 activity sheets included, each with focus spelling patterns. Gr 2-4 ($)

Make Words! Word Work - Word Study Activity

An engaging, hands-on word work activity! Students "make words" by cutting apart and rearranging letters. this could be great with my older kids. although might still be a little hard to grasp for even them

Teaching the Hard and Soft “C” and “G”

Teaching the Hard and Soft “C” and “G” (Make, Take & Teach)

hard and soft g anchor chart - a nice reference for the kiddos! www.teacherspayte...

Hard and Soft G sound - The Giant Flower Garden

Teach Your Child to Read - hard and soft g anchor chart - a nice reference for the kiddos! - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future.

(Sorry No picture to pin but a great link) Free Feelings Flashcards, Emotions Flashcards, bingo cards, game cards, worksheets and printables

Phonics Worksheets: writing exercise, mazes, reading sheets and e-books for hard consonants and short vowels

These are some common spelling generalizations used by beginning spellers! These are typically found in the first level of sequence when using the Orton Gillingham method.  Included are:   The "cat-kite" rule- spelling with c or k. The "f,l,s" (fliz) rule- doubling f, l, and s. -ck word and syllable ending -soft g and c (for spelling and reading)  Feedback is appreciated!

These are some common spelling generalizations used by beginning spellers! These are typically found in the first level of sequence when using the .

Kids with dyslexia can have extra difficulty learning sight words. Some of these words don't follow standard spelling rules, so they're not decodable. Others appear so often that kids have to recognize them quickly to be fluent readers. These tips can make learning sight words easier.

12 Tips to Help Kids With Dyslexia Learn Sight Words

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