I love to hear from students who have completed the All About Spelling series like our friend Josiah here. Does my child need to learn how to spell any more words? Or are we completely done? Pretend that this graphic represents all the words in the English language.
Make the sound of the letter instead of naming the letter in the song. For example, "b" is "buh" but do not overemphasize the "uh" sound It is more fun if you act out the motions while you are singing.
If You're Happy and You Know It If you're happy and you know it, Bounce around "b" "b" If you're happy and you know it, Bounce around "b" "b" If you're happy and you know it, Then your face will surely show it If you're happy and you know it, Bounce around "b" "b" Catch a ball "c" "c" Dance with All about spelling "d" "d" Gallop like a horse "g" "g" Hop on one foot "f" "f" Jump so high "j" "j" Kick in the air "k" "k" Laugh out loud "l" "l" March in place "m" "m" Nod your head "n" "n" Paint a picture "p" "p" Run in place "r" "r" Sit on the floor "s" "s" Talk to me "t" "t" Vacuum the rug "v" "v" Walk around "w" "w" Yawn right now "y" "y" Zip your zipper "z" "z" The Name Song Tune: If your name starts with A shout "Hooray!
If your name starts with C touch your knee. If your name starts with D say "Yippee! If your name starts with F say "Wake Up Jeff! If your name starts with H say "Neigh! If your name starts with J say "Gidday! If your name starts with L ring a bell.
If your name starts with M look at them. If your name starts with N cluck like a hen. If your name starts with O touch your toe.
If your name starts with P say "Whoopee!
If your name starts with S make a mess. If your name starts with T watch out for the bee! If your name starts with U say "Whooooo! E is for egg, F is for feet, G is for girl, and H is for heat.
I is for igloo, and J is for jump, K is for kangaroo, L is for lump. M is for mighty, N is for nest, O is for octopus, P is for pest.
Q is for queen, and R is for rail, S is for sitting, and T is for tail. U is for uncle, umbrella and use, V is for vacation, valentine and views, W is for window, whistle and way, X is for xylophone that we like to play. Y is for yellow and yelling and you.
Z is for zero and zipper and zoo. B is for book, beachball and bear. C is for cat, crayon and cape.
D is for dog, dragon and drapes. E is for elephant, eagle and eye.Teaching spelling and vocabulary is easy with VocabularySpellingCity!
Students can study and learn their word lists using vocabulary and spelling learning activities and games. Students can take final or practice spelling and vocabulary tests right on this engaging site.
Tori Spelling‘s life seems to be full of highs and lows these days. As you may know, police were called to check on the vet’s mental welfare twice last week with the most recent at the. This All About Spelling Review was written based on our personal use of the program.
I was provided the program to review in exchange for my honest opinion. I was provided the program to review in exchange for my honest opinion. Mar 05, · Tagged: AAS, All About Spelling, Spelling You See, SUS This topic has 3 replies, 3 voices, and was last updated 4 years, 8 months ago by Shannon.
Viewing 4 posts - 1 through 4 (of 4 total) Author Posts March 4, at pm ShannonParticipant I . The Spelling and Teaching section discussing ways a spelling program can be transferred to writing.
Many students spell words correctly on tests but then forget to use the correct spelling in their writing. VocabularySpellingCity's website and app provide K cross-curricular word study with vocabulary, spelling, phonics, and writing activities that give students .