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ceiling

giraffe

citizen

gem

citrus

circle

cereal

genius

celery

certain

gerbil

cement

center

general

cedar

century

cymbals

genuine

cinnamon

geography

Spelling Lesson 10

Spelling TipThe /s/ sound is spelled c before e or i.The /j/ sound is spelled g before e or i.

Spelling the /s/ and /j/Sounds


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ceiling

giraffe

citizen

gem

citrus

circle

cereal

genius

celery

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gerbil

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center

general

cedar

century

cymbals

genuine

cinnamon

geography

Write the words.

1-10. Write the Core Words in which the /s/ sound is spelled c. Circle the word that spells the /s/ sound two ways.

11-15. Write the Core Words in which the /j/ sound is spelled with a g.

16-20. Write the Challenge Words. Circle the letters that spell the /s/ and /j/ sounds.


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ceiling

giraffe

citizen

gem

citrus

circle

cereal

genius

celery

certain

gerbil

cement

center

general

cedar

century

cymbals

genuine

cinnamon

geography

The Man Who Has Everything

Deep in a ( 1 ) forest lives a retired army ( 2 ) and his little pet ( 3 ) in a glass house. His house sparkles like a ( 4 ) in the sun. Even the ( 5 ) is made of glass. From the ( 6 ) of the room he can look up and see the whole sky.


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ceiling

giraffe

citizen

gem

citrus

circle

cereal

genius

celery

certain

gerbil

cement

center

general

cedar

century

cymbals

genuine

cinnamon

geography

On ( 7 ) day it is hot enough to fry eggs on the ( 8 ) sidewalk. But he feels as wise as a ( 9 ). He built his house taller than a ( 10 ) to coo the air. Like a clever fellow, he planned for winter heat, too. In the winter, he trapped heat in a special cell he built in the basement. He planted orange and lemon trees to make ( 11 ) drinks all summer long. Nearby, his garden grows tomatoes and ( 12 ). He even grows oats for his breakfast ( 13 ).


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ceiling

giraffe

citizen

gem

citrus

circle

cereal

genius

celery

certain

gerbil

cement

center

general

cedar

century

cymbals

genuine

cinnamon

geography

People around here think he is more than a leading ( 14 ) of the town. If is friends joined hands, they would form a ( 15 ) around the world.


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ceiling

giraffe

citizen

gem

citrus

circle

cereal

genius

celery

certain

gerbil

cement

center

general

cedar

century

cymbals

genuine

cinnamon

geography

More Than One

Add–sto the ends of the Core Words to write words that mean more than one.

  • One ceiling, three ____

  • One circle, two ____

  • One citizen, four ____

  • One gem, five ____

  • One gerbil, ten ____


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ceiling

giraffe

citizen

gem

citrus

circle

cereal

genius

celery

certain

gerbil

cement

center

general

cedar

century

cymbals

genuine

cinnamon

geography

Find and Write

1-2. Two words that name animals

3. A type of fruit tree

4. An evergreen tree known for its good smelling wood

5. Affecting everyone, or an army officer

6. A member of a country

7-8. Two things you eat

9. The word that names a building material

10. The word that names part of a room

11. A closed curved line

12. A valuable rock

Write the Core Words that fit the descriptions.


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celery

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gerbil

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center

general

cedar

century

cymbals

genuine

cinnamon

geography

Search the Snake

13-17. Write the five Core Words that are hidden in the snake.


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cinnamon

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Use the Dictionary

Some words have more than one meaning. Look up the underlined Core Word below in a dictionary. Write the meaning for the word used in the sentence.

  • Jane stood in the center of the room.

  • The gerbil was the center of attention.

  • Let’s go to the shopping center.


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geography

  • Sometimes inventions make life easier. Sometimes inventions can go wrong!

  • Write a story about an invention that did not work.

  • Use at least four Core Words from this lesson.


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genuine

cinnamon

geography

  • Here is a draft of one student’s story.

  • Find four misspelled words and write them correctly.

  • Two periods were not put in at the ends of sentences. Copy the story and correct all errors.


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