These 2nd grade spelling lists are a handy resource for students to use in writing or homework folders. They also fit nicely in table totes or a writing center!
I’ve tried word walls but they just take up too much valuable wall space. I find these quick reference spelling lists work much better since they are portable and kids can use them at home as well as in class.
This freebie is the black and white versions of these lists. You can let the kids color the borders if you like.
• Print spelling list on white or colored cardstock.
• Laminate spelling list and they will last a long time.
• Keep spelling list in writing folders and homework folders.
• Keep spelling list in totes on tables around the classroom.
• Copy spelling list on both sides. Select double-sided when printing and "Flip on Long Edge."
You can print up one color set for homework folders, another set for writing folders, yet another set for a writing center. If you have tables you can print up a set up for the table totes. These quick reference spelling lists are an easy way to help kids with their writing at home or at school.
If you like this 2nd Grade Spelling list, I make these in many colors here: 2nd & 3rd Grade Spelling List
. The 3rd Grade Spelling Lists are included. One set of the 2nd & 3rd Grade Spelling Lists come in 14 colors including a black & white version. The other 4 sets come in 10 colors along with a black and white version. You can use one color for a table or classroom or mix them up like a box of crayons!
Here are more spelling products you may be interested in:
K-1st Grade Spelling Lists
4th & 5th Grade Spelling Lists
The Spelling Challenge
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