Name: ___________________________________ Word Sort The children are to cut out and sort the words into categories according to their spelling features. You should read each word aloud during the activity. Explain why the words are sorted in a particular way what does the sort reveal about the spelling pattern in general? This will also be posted on my website Spelling City Complete an activity on the website spellingcity.com https://www.spellingcity.com/2 Knapp/ Scroll down until you find Lesson 9(How Chipmunk Got His Stripes) You should not need a username or password as this link takes you directly to our page (2Knapp) Word Hunt Go on a word hunt. Find words that have the same feature in books, magazines, and newspapers. Blind Sort Lay down one card from each of the categories (spelling features). These are the “headers.” Look at the headers on each category and read the rest of the words aloud. Your child must indicate where the word goes without seeing it. You place the words in as your child tells you the category. Lay it down and let your child see if he or she is wrong. Repeat if your child makes more than one error. RAZ Kids Log onto https://www.kidsaz.com/main/Login Read a selection and answer the questions that follow your reading. You should have your username and password. The teacher username is 2Hotnisky (no space) The password is your lunch/library number (student ID #) Alphabetical Order Cut out your cards and arrange them in alphabetical order. Have someone from home check your work. Rhyme Time Come up with 2 or 3 rhyming words for words on your list. *Do orally, not written Practice Test Have someone tell you a word from your feature and/or list. Practice writing the word. Have an adult check your spelling when done. Speed Sort Sort your words as fast as you can. Time yourself and see if you can beat your best time! Fun timers/stopwatches at www.online-stopwatch.com At least 3 activities must be completed by: Friday November 20th. Parents must initial the boxes of the activities completed. Features for the list: Base words with the cv patter that have the endings –ed and –ing.