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Spelling Contract Tic-Tac-Toe. Your Heading. Name, date, homeroom teacher, and the assignment should be written at the top of your paper. Be sure to write the name of the activity below “Spelling Tic-Tac-Toe”. Draw a little tic-tac-toe board at the top to show your tic-tac-toe.

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Spelling contract tic tac toe

Spelling ContractTic-Tac-Toe


Your heading

Your Heading

Name, date, homeroom teacher, and the assignment should be written at the top of your paper. Be sure to write the name of the activity below “Spelling Tic-Tac-Toe”. Draw a little tic-tac-toe board at the top to show your tic-tac-toe.


1 abc order parts of speech

1. ABC Order/Parts of Speech

  • Write your 20 words in ABC order in your best handwriting. Using a dictionary, look up each word and determine its part of speech. Write the part of speech beside each word:

    1. breakfast-noun

    2. catch-verb

    3. incredible-adjective (adj.)

    4. quickly-adverb (adv.)


2 12 sentences

2. 12 Sentences

  • Write 12 sentences using at least 1 spelling word in each sentence. You must write 4 statements, 4 questions, and 4 exclamatory sentences.

    1. My mother bought bananas at the store.

    2. I love eating apple pie!

    3. Will you help me slice the melon?


3 define 1 10

3. Define #1-10

  • Define words #1-10 using a dictionary. Some words have multiple definitions. Choose the one definition you would use the most often and write it next to the word on your paper.

WordCentral

breakfast-the first meal of the day

groom-to make neat, attractive, or acceptable


4 5 times each

4. 5 Times Each

  • Write each word five times each in your best handwriting.

apple2. banana3. melon

applebananamelon

applebananamelon

applebananamelon

applebananamelon


5 rainbow letters

5. Rainbow Letters

Write each word in rainbow writing. Each letter should be a different color.

1. apple

2. melon

3. strawberry

4. banana


6 spelling story

6. Spelling Story

Write a story (at least 1 page long) using at least 10 of your spelling words. Be sure to underline the spelling words. Use your imagination and be creative!

After school yesterday, I was so hungry I decided to eat an apple.

When I opened the refrigerator door and slid the fruit drawer open, an

amazing thing happened! As I grabbed the last crisp, red apple, it

spoke to me!

“Please do NOT eat me! Eat a banana instead!” it begged me as

it tried to wriggle free from my grasp. I nearly lost my balance and fell

over. Was I imagining things?


7 define 11 20

7. Define #11-20

  • Define words #11-20 using a dictionary. Some words have multiple definitions. Choose the one definition you would use the most often and write it next to the word on your paper.

WordCentral

breakfast-the first meal of the day

groom-to make neat, attractive, or acceptable


Illustrate 8 words

Illustrate 8 Words


Cursive

Cursive

  • Write all 20 words neatly in cursive three times.


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