Speller's Choice Homework

Speller’s Choice Homework

For “Speller’s Choice” homework, you may choose from the activities listed
below. Each activity has been assigned a point value. Your activities MUST
add up to 4 or more points by the end of the week. Please write the name of
the activity and the point value on each assignment. Complete each activity
(unless noted on the list) on lined notebook paper. You may put one on the
front and use the back side for the next activity. If there is a * beside the
activity there must be a signed note from your parent stating which activity
you completed. You may only do one starred (*) activity per week. Please try
to do a different combination of activities each week. Turn in your “Speller’s
Choice” activities on Friday of each week (but don’t wait until Thursday night –
work on it all week!!).

One Point Activities

ABC Order – Write your spelling words in alphabetical order (ex. apple,
banana, cat).
Reversed Order – Write your spelling words in ABC order – backwards (ex.
cat, banana, apple)
Rainbow Words – Write each of your words in at least three colors.
Backwards Words – Write your words forwards, then backwards (ex. cat –
tac).
Picture Words – Draw a picture and write (or hide) your words in the picture.
3x – Write each word three times.

Two Point Activities

Pick Six – Choose six spelling words, write six sentences, each sentence
must have EXACTLY six words. Underline your spelling words. (ex. The dog
can run and jump.)
Silly Sentences – Use ALL of your words in ten sentences. Underline your
spelling words.
Spellingcity.com – Go to that website, print, and complete one activity.

Stair Steps – Write your spelling words adding one letter at a time:
d
do

dog
E-mail – Send me an email with your words (just list them). This can be done
any time before Friday. E-mail me at shannon.jones@sumnerschools.org

*Magnetic Words – Spell your words using magnetic letters on the refrigerator
or some other metal surface.
*Chalk Words/Whiteboard Words – Write your words outside using sidewalk
chalk or on a whiteboard.
*Cereal Words – Spell your words using Alphabet cereal (or alphabet pasta).
If you glue the words down for me on a piece of paper it will be worth 3 points.

Three Point Activities

Story Words – Write a short story using all of your words. Underline your
spelling words.
Ransom Words – Write your words by cutting out letters from a newspaper or
magazine and gluing them onto your paper.
Secret Agent Words – Number the alphabet from 1-26, then convert your
words to a number code: dog = 4,15,7 (separate each “letter” with a comma).
BE SURE TO WRITE THE WORD TOO, NOT JUST THE NUMBER CODE.
Telephone Words – Translate your words into numbers from a telephone
keypad. BE SURE TO WRITE THE WORD TOO, NOT JUST THE NUMBER
CODE.
Poetry – Write a poem using your spelling words.
Song – Write a song using your spelling words. If you sing it to
me I’ll give you one more point (this could be a 4 point activity!!)
Illustrate – Draw a picture for each word (ex. write the word – cat, then draw a
cat). The pictures don’t have to be elaborate.
*3-D Words – Use Play-Doh or modeling clay thinly rolled to make your
words.
*Popsicle or Toothpick Words – Make words using popsicle sticks or tooth
picks.