Do you find yourself looking for ways to spice up the word workstations and/or spelling practice in your classroom? Better yet…are you looking for ways to do this without having to prep anything? Our spelling activities are the perfect solution. Try out our free spelling worksheets in your classroom.
The No Prep Spelling Activities can be printed or used digitally. The best part? These spelling activities work with any word list. Sight words, spelling words, or vocabulary words. They’re perfectly open-ended and a great addition to your word work center.
Free Spelling Worksheets
Download the No Prep Spelling Activities freebie for two fun activities and a preview of the entire bundle.
A Closer Look at the Free Spelling Worksheets:
Print out copies of the included Scribble Spelling sheet or have students create their own.
Students use a marker or colored pencil and write their spelling words as many times as they can in each section of the scribble lines. They’ll choose a new word and a new color for each section.
Crack the Code
This activity is a fun way to turn your learners into secret agents. Students begin with a code key. Every letter corresponds to a small symbol. You can laminate for durability if you wish.
First, students choose words from their spelling list and write them on the left side of the page (found after the code key).
Next, students draw the symbol on the right side of the paper to match each letter in the spelling word found on the left.
Last, students fold the paper in half and find a partner to figure out the words just by seeing the pictures/code. The “guesser” can write the words on a piece of paper or say the word aloud.
Download the No Prep Spelling Activities freebie for two fun activities and a preview of the entire bundle:
Need More Spelling Activities?
Check out the entire No Prep Spelling Activities bundle. This 63-page product contains fun, engaging, and exciting activities that help children practice their words effectively!
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No Prep Spelling & Word Work Activities
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