Free Christian Home School Spelling Curriculum – Kindergarten


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This free Christian based home school spelling curriculum is based on the Dolch and Fry (sight word) spelling word lists. The Fry list is the 1,000 most used sight words that students need to develop in their vocabulary. The first three hundred words in that list make up more than half of all the written material contained in newspaper articles, magazines, text books, children’s books, stories, novels, and other written materials.

 

Free Christian Home School Spelling Curriculum – Kindergarten

 

This free Christian based home school spelling curriculum is based on the Dolch and Fry (sight word) spelling word lists.  The Fry list is the 1,000 most used sight words that students need to develop in their vocabulary. The first three hundred words in that list make up more than half of all the written material contained in newspaper articles, magazines, text books, children’s books, stories, novels, and other written materials.  I have arranged the spelling lists with a two hundred word count, which can be divided into groups of 10 to 20 words for about 10 to 20 weeks of work.  I have added other words as well, including religious ones, to help round out the vocabulary.  For preschoolers and kindergarteners, I recommend that you introduce the words about 10 at a time. First and second graders can probably handle 15-20 at a time, depending on their age and ability.  Third and fourth graders should be able to handle 20 to 25 words at a time with no problem.  If your child doesn’t know what a word means, let them look it up in a dictionary for vocabulary words.  I recommend that your child write the words 5 times each to begin with.  First graders and up should be able to put each word in a sentence, after that. Next a practice test should be given.  Finally, any words missed in the practice test should be written an additional five times.  The final spelling test should include both the correct words and the misspelled words from the practice test.  You can carry over any misspelled words from the final test to the next test.  Happy homeschooling!

Kindergarten Spelling Word List

 

 

red

yellow

blue

green

black

brown

white

orange

purple

one

two

three

four

five

six

seven

eight

nine

ten

your

ride

what

send

know

wings

pole

lie

spot

said

loud

more

than

oh

oil

its

made

part

place

year

live

back

thing

name

game

man

woman

from

God

Jesus

Bible

 

 

 

of

by

into

funny

happy

sad

led

act

lot

land

home

box

fig

apple

orange

banana

fruit

tied

rich

wash

swim

park

sell

cell

flat

meat

lift

food

jump

word

art

cart

dart

part

start

came

dry

wet

row

sea

sir

lay

ago

job

full

cut

end

ice

they

went

 

 

key

map

law

gas

old

new

our

set

took

book

look

cook

cry

sky

try

fly

shy

why

add

had

how

use

own

ears

eyes

nose

mouth

skin

foot

leg

arm

eye

head

hand

feet

air

fill

still

any

time

thank

think

live

bed

bit

egg

girl

boy

joy

age

walk

give

open

close

does

need

seed

just

bus

cub

frog

fog

hog

jog

log

rub

cub

tub

Mom

Dad

old

cold

fold

gold

sold

told

find

kind

mind

wind

ice

mice

nice

rice

poke

joke

woke

tube

cube

plate

mate

date

fate

gate

hate

late

rate

thin

round

sound

 

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