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Reading and Writing Rocks Yellow / Lesson 24: Spelling Patterns III

Spelling Patterns
What will we be learning today?


  • In this lesson, we are going to learn about spelling patterns.


Follow these directions:


  • Get a sheet of notebook paper.

  • Fold the paper in half the long way.

  • Put your name at the top.

  • Label the top of the first column feet.

  • Label the top of the second column meat.


  • Say these two words.

                                      

  • Do they rhyme? YES

  • Are all rhyming words spelled the same? NO

  • That is exactly what you are going to learn about in this lesson.

  • Even though words rhyme, they don't always have the same spelling pattern.

  • These words rhyme. Say them again.

                                      

  • Are they spelled the same? NO

  • -EAT and -EET sound the same when you say them in a word.

  • The only way to know which way to spell these words is to know how to spell the word like you know how to spell cat, dad, tree, and many more words.

  • Click here to hear your word.

    Write the word under the correct column.

    Click here to hear your word.

    Write the word under the correct column.


    Click here to hear your word.

    Write the word under the correct column.

    Click here to hear your word.

    Write the word under the correct column.


    Click here to hear your word.

    Write the word under the correct column.

    Click here to hear your word.

    Write the word under the correct column.


    Click here to hear your word.

    Write the word under the correct column.

    Click here to hear your word.

    Write the word under the correct column.


    Click here to hear your word.

    Write the word under the correct column.

    Click here to hear your word.

    Write the word under the correct column.


    Let's Review What We Learned Today!


    • In this lesson you worked on the spelling patterns -eet and -eat.

    • You learned that words that rhyme can be spelled differently.

    • You practice checking to see if the word you wrote looked right.