Superstar Spelling Curriculum

Superstar Spelling Curriculum

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Sample         Format: PDF        Grade: K-5th       Pages: 41

Our Superstar Spelling Curriculum will transform your weekly spelling lessons!  This editable, hands-on, weekly spelling program is designed to increase student engagement levels while providing parents and teachers with a simple, custom teaching resource they can use again and again. We’ve blended the fun and excitement of hands-on learning with important, standards-based spelling and language arts skills that will propel your student to the head of the class.

Simply type in your chosen set of 20 spelling words and watch as your words instantly populate throughout all 32 engaging activity pages!  It’s like magic.  Best of all this program promotes a multi-sensory approach using exciting and engaging learn-to-spell activities that include tracing, playdough, letter stamps, dab markers, alphabet tiles, and so much more!

Please note this is a downloadable product only, nothing physical will be mailed.  Binder and elements in photos are for illustrative purposes only.

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⭐Budget-Friendly Pricing

⭐Simple, Low-Prep Format

⭐Interactive & Hands-On

⭐Friction-Free Homeschooling

⭐Meets or Exceeds Standards

⭐Multiple Students & Abilities

⭐Simple Format Outlines

⭐No Expensive Teacher Guides

⭐Encourages Independence

Description

Editable Spelling Curriculum

Preschool Homeschool Math Curriculum

Product Overview

Our simple-to-use and effective Superstar Spelling Program for K – 5 students will make those dull and dry spelling lists a ton of fun and laughter with games, activities, and brain-building worksheets. This Spelling Program is an interactive way to enter your own list of up to 20 spelling words. Your spelling word list will simply autofill into 32 engaging activity mats that students will actually enjoy practicing the subject of spelling. It’s super simple to use with highly hands-on spelling activities for your child.  

Covers Key Standards & Skills

What's Included: 

This is a complete weekly spelling program you can use again and again!

  • Type in up to 20 Spelling Words
  • Autofill Feature Populates Activities Instantly
  • Longer Words Automatically Resize
  • Weekly Curriculum in Progressive Format
  • Differentiated Activities for Multiple Abilities
  • 32 Weekly Spelling Activities to Choose From
    • Engaging Worksheets
    • Interactive Games
    • Learning Centers & Activity Mats
    • Small-Group Games
    • & More!

Skills Covered:

This program is designed to cover a wide variety of spelling and language art skills: 

  • Spelling Pretest & Self Assessments
  • Oral Spelling Exercises
  • Assessments and Follow-up Activities
  • Language Skill Builders
  • ABC Order
  • Syllables
  • Consonant & Vowels
  • Beginning Letter Sounds
  • Sentence Writing

 

Print & Go Curriculum!

How to Use: 

Simply type in the words from your own weekly spelling list and magically, all 32 spelling activities will autofill with your very own list of practice words. Our editable spelling program is highly customizable using any list at any ability or grade level for up to 20 words.  We recommend choosing 1-2 activity sheets for each day of the week!  That way your student will receive a unique variety of interactive spelling practice each week. 

Editable Spelling Worksheets Feature: 

Our Editable Spelling autofill feature is super easy — just type in your weekly word list for up to to 20 spelling words. Less than 20? Add last week’s review words. Once complete, all pages will autofill using your weekly spelling words into 30 hands-on spelling games, activities, and worksheets.

Monday: Spelling Worksheets & Games

Students are assigned their new spelling words. Using this cutaway list as a study tool throughout the week, students will sort their spelling words by easy vs challenging levels.  This empowering feature is a great introduction to the weekly words by building confidence and independent learning skills.

Stamp & Spell Worksheet:

With this fun, hands-on activity page. your students will use alphabet stamps to mark and spell their Block A spelling words.

Robot Roll Spelling Game:

With this hands-on and nteractive game, students will roll the dice and write their way through their Block B spelling words.

I Can Spell Group Game:

The ‘I can Spell’ Group Game allows students or players (minimum 2) to practice oral spelling.  Pass out all the cards as evenly as possible to players.  Starting with the first word on your spelling list, the player reads that card aloud, “I can spell always. A-L-W-A-Y-S.   Who can spell….” Then the player holding the word card reads and spells aloud. The game continues until all words are spelled out loud. 

ASL Sign Language Spelling:

Students have a ton of hands-on fun practicing their fine motor skills learning to sign their spelling words using ASL Sign Language.

Spelling Pretest:

Each week, we provide an optional assessment and review activities worksheet for students. The pretest is a great way to see which words your students already know how to spell. It’s also a valuable tool to measure your student(s) growth when compared to the final spelling test at the end of the week.

 

 

Tuesday: Spelling Games & Activities

Flashcards:

Your students will have lots of spelling practice with these flashcards!  Students can play a game of Memory, put them in ABC order, and save them for BINGO later in the day.

Spiral Snails:

These snails are ready to spell!  Students write each spelling word in a spiral shape all the way around the snail shell.

Tic-Tac-Toe:

Students can work in small groups to play Spelling Tic-Tac-Toe!  Instead of X’s and O’s, your students will use their spelling words to mark their place.

BINGO:

Spelling BINGO is a blast when you play with a sibling or friend!  This set includes two game boards so students can challenge each other to a game of spelling BINGO. Students use their flashcards as BINGO calling cards.

Letter Boxes:

These packages need to be delivered!  Each set of boxes spells out a single word. Your students can use letter sizes and shapes to identify each word.

Workout Words:

Students take the opportunity to practice some of their more difficult words by giving their brains a workout!

Wednesday: Spelling Lessons 

Target Practice:

Students use the number code to add up the value of each spelling word.  This is a fun way to sneak a little math into your daily spelling lessons. Your students will have a blast hitting these targets!

Gumball Dab:

Students use colored bingo dab markers to find, dab and spell their spelling words.

Spin a Word:

This fun, highly interactive game can be played with a friend!  Students sping and write the spelling word on the books below.

Battleship:

Battleship has never been so educational!  Students hide their “ships” on their board, then plan an attack to try to “sink” their opponent’s ships. NOTE: This game fits words up to 10 letters long.

Mystery Words:

These detectives need some help!  Students solve the mystery by finding the beginning letter of each picture.

Practice Test:

This is an optional practice test for students to see which words they are still needing to learn!  Students can save the ones they get wrong for tomorrow’s Challenge Sheet.

Thursday: Hands-On Spelling Lessons

Alphabetical Order:

Students put their skills to the test by sorting and writing their spelling words in alphabetical order.

Step & Spell:

Step and spell is a great way to learn those harder spelling words!  Students add a letter to the word with each step on the stairs. NOTE: This activity fits words up to 12 letters long.

4-In-A-Row Game:

These mice love to play dice!  Students roll and write their words on the board to get 4-in-a-row!

Slides & Ladders:

Just like the classic, this game is filled with ups and downs, and lots of FUN spelling word practice.

Syllables:

Students work to identify vowels, consonants, and syllables in this fun Bigfoot-themed worksheet.

Challenge Sheet:

Our final practice sheet before Friday’s test! This is a good way to solidify the spelling of those super challenging words!

Friday: Editable Spelling Assessments & Games

Fold & Peek Spelling Practice

Students take part in building self-led learning skills with this fold and peek worksheet! Instruct students to fold the right side of the page on the dotted line, the practice writing their spelling words. If needed they can quickly peek at the next letter as they build each word. 

Spelling Shapes:

Students work on shape identification while they practice their spelling words!

Letter Tiles:

This is a simple two-player game with letter tiles. Tiles are placed face-down in the center of the table, as students take turns drawing tiles to spell their words.

Spelling Bee:

Spelling Bee is a FANTASTIC game to play before a spelling test. Your students will have to spell all the words aloud to win the game!

Spelling Test:

It’s the end of the week and we’ve included a fun spelling test template that will encourage your students to work hard for those silly emojis!

Study Buddy:

Learning doesn’t stop after the test!  This is a BONUS take-home sheet for students to work on any missed spelling words POST-Test so that you can be sure they are learning each and every spelling word. We recommend offering this option for students to write and spell their words by the following Monday for extra points back on their tests.  What a fun way to encourage your students to take charge of their education!

Suggested Materials:

bingo daubers, playdough, pattern blocks, 5x5 geoboard & bands, popsicle sticks (full & half size), cotton swabs & paint, building bricks, snap cubes, page protectors, dry erase markers, alphabet stamps, stickers, small toy car. (View Our Favorite Fine Motor Products Here)

How to Use Our Editable Curriculum

How to Use:


Follow the 5-Step instructions on the first page of this document (see above). Then, on the first editable page of the document, you’ll type in your spelling list one time. It will then autofill to the other pages in the pack!


You can type up to 20 words into this spelling list pack It’s not recommended to use less than 20 words as many of the games require the correct amount to be played properly. If your student is working on less than 20 words, simply type in additional review words to ensure the activities are filled completely. There is no harm in practicing previous spelling words. Alternatively, you can repeat some words but this will cause some duplicates on a few of the worksheets that have combined block activities.


You can then “Print” and/or “Save As”so your student can work on that word with all the different activities. Just be sure to rename the file to something unique when you save.


Ideas: Type up class names list, sight words, days of the week, months of the year, or coordinate your spelling words to match your language arts program. The words will automatically resize to fit the editable boxes throughout the packet.

NOTE: While we’ve done our best to accommodate larger spelling words, sometimes a bit of the picture fonts might cut off an edge. This doesn’t affect the game or activity, it’s just something to be aware of when typing in longer words.


Please follow the steps exactly to use your product:

IMPORTANT: HOW TO EDIT INSTRUCTIONS
YOU MUST OPEN THESE FILE WITH ADOBE READER.

OPENING THE FILE IN A BROWSER OR OTHER PROGRAM WILL NOT ALLOW EDITING.

Step 1: DOWNLOAD A FREE COPY OF ADOBE READER HERE. INSTALL IT ON YOUR COMPUTER. (YOU MAY NEED TO RESTART YOUR COMPUTER AFTER INSTALL)

Step 2: DOWNLOAD THE PDF FILES TO YOUR COMPUTER. YOU MUST DOWNLOAD THEM TO A DESKTOP COMPUTER. PHONES, TABLETS etc…WILL NOT WORK.

Step 3: FIND THE EDITABLE FILE ON YOUR COMPUTER. RIGHT CLICK THE FILE AND CHOOSE OPEN WITH ADOBE READER. NOT ALL COMPUTERS WILL OPEN AUTOMATICALLY WITH ADOBE READER SO THIS STEP IS NECESSARY. DO NOT OPEN THE FILE WITH ADOBE XI, OR OTHER ADOBE PROGRAM, IT MUST BE ADOBE READER.

Step 4: ONCE YOU HAVE OPENED THE FILE IN ADOBE READER, CLICK THE EMPTY TEXT BOX AND TYPE YOUR WORD. THE WORD WILL POPULATE FOR ALL PAGES. (YOU MAY NEED TO GIVE IT A MOMENT, SCROLL DOWN, CLICK AWAY etc…)

Step 5: CLICK “PRINT.” OR, “SAVE AS” TO SAVE A COPY OF THE FILE WITH THE WORD, JUST BE SURE TO NAME IT SOMETHING UNIQUE. IF YOU DON’T RENAME IT OR IF YOU CLICK “SAVE” INSTEAD OF “SAVE AS” YOU WILL OVERWRITE YOUR EDITABLE VERSION OF THE FILE. IF YOU ACCIDENTALLY OVERWRITE YOUR EDITABLE VERSION, RETURN TO THE STORE AND DOWNLOAD ANOTHER EDITABLE COPY OF THE FILE AND SAVE IT TO A NEW LOCATION.

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4 reviews for Superstar Spelling Curriculum

  1. 4 out of 5

    Hillarie R.

    Great variety and easy for quick centers! Thanks!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Christal G.

    (received free product for testing/review)

    I took our current word list which was the names of colors and typed them in. 10 were in English and 10 were in Spanish. When inputting my words in Spanish, I only needed to switch my Keyboard language to get special characters which is very simple to do. I printed out the week’s work, separated them into my daily folders, and felt the weight of spelling fall from my shoulders. (…) It doesn’t matter if you have a reluctant speller like I do, or a kid that loves spelling – The Crafty Classroom’s Superstar Spelling is sure to work like magic for you as well. And what kid (and their very tired parent) doesn’t like magic?

  3. 5 out of 5

    Katie D.

    (received free product for testing/review)

    I LOVE the customizable feature of SuperStar Spelling. I can input up to 20 words and it will autopopulate into all the worksheets. So magical! The worksheets provide a variety of learning opportunities for individual or group learning.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Danielle Jones

    I just want to share with you my success with the spelling curriculum. I bought it about 2 weeks ago. I’ve been struggling with spelling with my son for the last 2 years. He’s now in 3rd grade. I’m talking meltdowns and terrible self-talk “I hate spelling. It makes no sense” etc. I tried YouTube videos and really all that I can think of.

    Today he completed the 5th day of activities which concluded with a spelling test. He ran into my room to tell me he got 100% on his test on his first attempt. This is the first time this has happened!

    I’m so excited to have found something that is engaging and exciting for him. He told me that these activities were more fun than what we did before🤣 Not only am I happy to not be pulling my hair out, but I’m happy that he experienced a win.

    Thanks so much for all that you do,


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