Spelling and Vocabulary Practice| Build Your Own Spelling and Vocabulary Lists

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Mrs B's Brainy Bunch
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Once students hit middle school, it can be difficult to engage them in spelling words and vocabulary practice - my Build Your Own Spelling and Vocabulary List resource gives ownership of spelling and vocabulary activities back to students, so that they can choose their words and build their word knowledge. With my spelling and vocabulary sheets and hundreds of included spelling and vocabulary words for middle schoolers, your students will build their word skills by the hundreds by the end of this yearlong program! 

❤️Why you will LOVE this resource!

Students will love taking ownership of their spelling skills and vocabulary acquisition - this spelling and vocabulary resource turns a tedious task into an engaging challenge as students work through hundreds of words to master their spelling and build their vocabulary. 

Your Spelling and Vocabulary Resource Includes:

In both a PRINT & Go and an EDITABLE Google Slides Version

  • Notes to the Teacher 
    • How to implement the Quarterly Spelling Lists
    • How to implement the Quarterly Vocabulary Lists

  • Student Materials: 
    • Directions: How to complete the spelling words 5 words 5 ways
    • Quarterly Spelling List paper for students to use when completing their spelling words
    • Quarterly Vocabulary List papers for students to use when completing their vocabulary words

  • Lists & Links 
    • List: Several hundred Commonly Misspelled Words for MS students 
    • Links: Additional websites for students to use in selecting their spelling words
    • List: Several hundred Vocabulary Words You Should Learn
    • Links: Additional websites for students to use in selecting their vocabulary words


  • Google document for assigning the Quarterly Vocabulary Lists DIGITALLY

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❤️See what teachers like you are saying about the Spelling and Vocabulary Lists:


Carolyn K. says, "My resource students need lots of practice and reinforcement with spelling to help with reading and writing. Love it!"


Erica H. says, "Great resource that has a lot of good vocab for middle school. I like the commonly misspelled words section!"

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Total Pages
15 pages
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Teaching Duration
1 Year
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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English capitalization, punctuation, and spelling when writing.
Acquire and use accurately a range of general academic and domain-specific words and phrases sufficient for reading, writing, speaking, and listening at the college and career readiness level; demonstrate independence in gathering vocabulary knowledge when encountering an unknown term important to comprehension or expression.


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