The SPELLING RULES PACKET utilizes rules for decoding and encoding or spelling.
The rules that are included are based upon the Wilson Reading System. Beginning with the rules from substep 1.3 through substep 12, each rule listed includes the substep number, a student friendly definition, and an area for the student to make notes.
Teachers can use this resource as an interactive notebook for students. Make a copy of the packet for each student. As you introduce a new skill, the skill can be cut out, and glued into the student notebook. If you are not utilizing the Wilson Reading System, you can cut off the substep number.
You do not need to follow the sequence of the packet. However, the skills do increase in challenge. You can also use the packet’s definitions to target skills that the students are working on still!
This packet includes activities for each rule!
Some rules include multiple activities!
These activities can either be done as a whole class or group, as an assessment, or as partner work. Teachers can project them onto a whiteboard as a whole group review. Students can staple or glue them into their interactive notebooks for review or an assessment. Students can also complete the activities as partner or cooperative group work!
• 1.4 The Bonus Letter Rule (ll, ss, ff)
• 1.5 AM and AN words
• 1.6 Baseword + Suffix S = Plural
• 2.1 Syllable and Closed Syllable
• 1.2-4.1Ways to Spell /k/
• 2.2 Digraphs, Blends, and Digraph Blends
• 2.3 Exceptions to Closed Syllables
• 2.5 3-Letter Blends
• 3.1 Closed Syllable Types
• 3.1 Reasons to Double Consonants
• 3.1-3.2 The Rules of Syllable Division
• 3.5 Baseword + Suffix ing and ed
• 4.1-4.4 Vowel-Consonant-e Syllable
• 5.1 Open Syllables
• 5.2 Open Syllables in Multisyllabic Words
• 5.2 The Rules of Syllable Division
• 1.4-5.3 Reasons to Double Consonants
• 5.5 Open Syllable – Exceptions
• 1.6-6.1 Plural Rules
• 6.1 Baseword + Suffix - er, es, est, ish, y, ive, able, en, ful, less, ness, ly, ty, ment
• 1.4-6.3 Reasons to Double Consonants
• 6.4 Consonant-le Syllable
• 6.4 Consonant-le Syllable Division
• 7.1 Ways to Spell /k/ - ke, ki, ky
• 7.2-7.3 Spelling Generalizations: dge, tch
• 7.5 Contractions
• 8.1-8.5 R-Controlled Syllable
• 9.1 Vowel Digraph / Diphthong “D” Syllable
• 9.4 Spelling Generalizations: oi, oy
• 9.5 Spelling Generalizations: ou, ow
• 4.1-10.1 Vowel-Consonant-e Syllable – Exceptions
• 10.1-10.5 Baseword + Suffix – age, ic, al, ible, ous, ist, ism, ity, ize, ary, ery, ory, ent, ence, ant, ance
• 10.2 Silent e and Suffix Rule
• 10.3 1:1:1 Doubling Rule Part I
• 10.4 1:1:1 Doubling Rule Part II
• 1.6 – 11.2 Plurals
• 11.2 Y and Suffix Rule
• 8.1-12.3 R-Controlled Syllable
• 9.1-12.1 Vowel Digraph / Diphthong “D” Syllable
• 1.4-12.6 Reasons to Double Consonants
• 12.4 Ways to Spell /k/ - ch, que
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