• Weekly 3rd Grade Spelling Lists - Packets to Print or Online Games on Spelling City Website

    You may want to download and print these weekly Spelling Packets for more spelling practice during the school closure. Please reach out to me if your student is in need of a different spelling level. If you don't have access to a printer, students can access the same lists with practice games and a "Test Me" feature on my Spelling City page: spellingcity.com/users/beardriel

     

    Week of 6/15 - 6/19: 3rd Grade Spelling - Week 30

    Week of 6/8 - 6/12: 3rd Grade Spelling - Week 29

    Week of 6/1 - 6/5: 3rd Grade Spelling - Week 28

    Week of 5/26 - 5/29: 3rd Grade Spelling - Week 27

    Week of 5/18 - 5/21: 3rd Grade Spelling - Week 26

    Week of 5/11 - 5/15: 3rd Grade Spelling - Week 25

    Week of 5/4 - 5/8: 3rd Grade Spelling - Week 24

    Week of 4/27 - 5/1: 3rd Grade Spelling - Week 23

    Week of 4/20 - 4/24: 3rd Grade Spelling - Week 22

    Week of 4/13 - 4/17: 3rd Grade Spelling - Week 21

    Week of 3/30 - 4/3: 3rd Grade Spelling - Week 20

    Week of 3/23 - 3/27: 3rd Grade Spelling - Week 19

    Week of 3/16 - 3/20: 3rd Grade Spelling - Week 18

    3rd Grade Spelling Answer Keys

     The printable spelling packets and link to Spelling City are also available on my Google Classroom page (through Google Apps for Education).

     

    More Information About Our Spelling Curriculum

    Students work on spelling word lists during their word work rotation of Literacy Rotations. We also work on spelling in the context of student writing and learn different spelling patterns.
    Spelling skills fall under the Common Core Language standards.
    No Excuse Spelling Words for 3rd Grade:
     
    a about all an and
    are as at  be  but 
    by  can  do  each  for 
    from  had  have  he  his 
    how  if  in  is 
    it many  not  of  on 
    one  or  out  sad  she 
    that  the  their  them  then 
    three  they  this  to  too
    two up  was  we  were 
    what  when  which  will with 
    you your       
     
    Good Spellers...
    • Look for patterns
    • Look for word parts
    • Write sounds in words
    • Try several ways to write a word
    • Think about words that sound the same
    • Check to see if words look right
    • Think about what words mean
    • Practice words
    • Look for words in classroom or other resources (word walls, charts, etc.)
    • Use a dictionary to check
    • Ask someone if they can't figure it out