A List Of Interesting Spelling Homework Ideas For Middle School
Learning words along with their pronunciation can be a cumbersome task for some while it becomes a fun filled rich experience for many other students. It totally depends on your teaching aid and the spirit you take the task.
Learning spellings is taught to smaller kids in numerous ways. Usually they are taught through interesting activities. Check the following homework ideas that can help the parents and their kids-
- Air Spells: Make students to choose a word and let them spell the word in air loud. Tell students that as they speak they should see the letters flying in air. As they are speaking the last letter, tell them to underline the work in their note books. Once done with this, ask if they can see the complete word in the air. Once they say ‘yes’, ask questions in following ways-
Repeat the activity daily and ask them to practice this session with their siblings.
- What is the last letter?
- What is the third letter
- What is the second letter
- Scrambled words: When your ward is supposed to learn the words as his homework, parents should offer words in scrambled form and make them force to think in various ways to derive the right word.
- Spelling race: When the mother is asking questions, encourage the kid to spell the word first. You can further motivate your ward offering him plus points on the right word spells and vice versa.
- Write your word in ABC order: Learning based on the alphabetical order is a great way to learn the words.
- Rainbow words: Make students write the words in three different colors. It will make their learning activity an interesting one.
- Backward letter writing: Writing words in backward and forward mode is also a good way to learn the word spell.
- Writing picture: Drawing an image and then writing words in it is a great way to enhance the learning among smaller students.
- Writing words with something different: Using things like sparkles and pasting it on the doors of the room is a good idea. Kids can have a glimpse of it while walking here and there.
- Scratch and sniff: Make students write difficult words with glue on a paper and then sprinkle colorful decorative material on it. This activity is not only easy but is a highly fascinating one too.
- Fishing the words: Make them little creative. Ask them to make a fish using origami sheet and then write a tough word on it.
All these are immaculate and enthralling ways to make the journey of learning spellings an easy one.