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    Spelling List  Unit 5

     

    March 9-13

    March 16-19

    March 23-27

    April 6-10

    April 13-17

    April 20-24

    Sarah, Plain and Tall

    Week 2

    Stories of Migration

    The Journey of Oliver Woodman

    Foot Race Across America

    Power of Magnets

    Dog of the Sea Waves

    Prefix non-

    change y to i add es/ed

    Suffix endings

    er, ly, ful

    VCCV pattern

    double consonants

    Prefixes un- and re-

    nonfat

    nonfiction

    nonsense

    nonstop

    nonprofit

    nonliving

    nondairy

    nonhuman

    nonstick

    nontoxic


     

     

     

    cities

    cried

    puppies

    hurried

    stories

    flies

    parties

    tried

    pennies

    fried

    carried

    babies

    spied

    ponies

    pretty

    very

    countries

    libraries 

     

    singer

    loudly

    joyful

    teacher

    fighter

    closely

    powerful

    farmer

    quickly

    careful

    friendly

    speaker

    wonderful

    truly

    hopeful

    safely

    listener

    calmly 

    person

    helmet

    until

    carpet

    Monday

    enjoy

    forget  

    problem 

    Sunday  

    garden

    order  

    mistake  

    umpire  

    herself

    after

    under

    expect

    wisdom

    jelly

    bottom

    pillow

    happen

    butter 

    lesson

    cherry

    sudden

    arrow

    dollar

    hello

    rabbit

    letter

    button

    funny

    better

    stubborn

    mirror

    unfold

    rejoin

    untie

    reheat

    unfair

    unclear

    repaid

    rewrite

    unhurt

    recheck  

    unlucky  

    unwrap

    reuse

    unsure

    reread

    unsafe

    unbuckle

    unknown

     

    Parents,

     

           This is the unit 5 spelling list.  Spelling homework continues to come home on Monday evenings.  Students also take a pretest on Mondays. Students are to self-correct their pretest.    Thank you for your help at home with the spelling words. Remember www.spellingcity.com is a great resource to practice at school and at home.

     

    Miss Philson, Mrs. Ruble, and Ms. Schick