First Grade Spelling Worksheets
Cast a spell on your peers and teachers alike by answering our printable first grade spelling worksheets. The ability to form words with the correct letters in the correct order comes first for the budding writers. If you're hoping to do well on reading and writing, you must learn to spell and develop a solid connection between the letters and their sounds. Go big on high-frequency words, or sight words, too. Now come in and sit a spell with our free 1st grade spelling worksheets pdf, chock-a-block with wide-ranging spelling-practicing activities. Welcome a pleasant learning spell with our free first grade spelling worksheets!
This booklet takes on its shoulders the responsibility of giving you comprehensive spelling practice. Each week, you'll spell certain word types as well as get exposed to new sight words.
Bat your way to spelling success by writing the words in the word shapes and the on the lines. Remember spelling is mastered by writing and rewriting words. The sights words given are and, of, and the.
We often wear the cap, a soft flat hat, as part of our uniforms. But can you spell "cap"? Go on to spell more -ap words, map, lap, and tap. Give yourself a clap as you boost your uptake of sight words!
A glad Dad, rather than a sad Dad, is a huge prospect! Ace this spelling test of words that end with -ad! There are two clouds, one displaying the correct spelling. Color the correct cloud and write the word on the lines.
Are you on a par with your spelling-proficient peers when it comes to spelling words that have -ar? Raise the bar with this part of our first grade spelling worksheets. The sight words include this, you, and that.
Can you find the -an words in this list more quickly than your friends? Not only do you identify and color all words having -an, you write them separately on the lines given. Don't forget to trace the 3 sight words.
Today is the day when you play the spelling champ, all blithe and gay! First cut and glue the letters to form words with -ay. Then write the words on the lines. Trace the sight words before you call it a day.
What's more delicious than being able to spell "cake" correctly? Look at each bucket and color the word that is correctly spelled. Use the lines to rewrite the words. The sight words here are do, said, and your.
What's common between case and lace? They fall into a category where the name of the game is silent-e words. Use the two letters to complete each word. Write the word on the lines. Trace the sight words, too.
This section of our first grade spelling worksheets level A is an unscrambling activity. Unscramble and write each given word on the lines provided. Part of the unscrambling fun is discovering three sight words.
Get set for yet another grade 1 spelling worksheet pdf where the task is for kids to color the three letters that make each -et word and then to write the words on the lines. Part B is tracing sight words like so, no, and go.
Give it up for words ending with -en as they get you excited about your spelling words skills! Use the picture and part of the word to find the word, and also rewrite a few sight words.
In this spelling words worksheet for grade 1, the kids color the hexagonal cells of the beehive that have the rightly spelled sight words and words that contain -eam and write them on the lines.
Grow a step closer to excellence with our spelling practice for grade 1. Scan the grid, circle 9 -ell words and write them on the lines. The sight words you learn include any, too, and why.
Although the task in this printable first grade spelling worksheet is arranging a set of -ea words in ABC order, the inherent skill practiced still remains spelling. The sight words to be rewritten are if, her, their, and will.
Desperate to meet Shaun the Sheep, Bumble the Bee is stuck at the other end! All you need to do to make this much-awaited meeting happen is color the shapes whose words contain -ee. Go -ee hunting for a cause!
A stablemate of excellent spelling practice, this cut and glue pdf from our first grade spelling worksheets level A has kids swooning over -ew words. In the rewriting part, they add 3 new sight words to their kitty.
Whether it's the bin where you throw waste or the tin that you drink your soup in, it's raining -in words in this spelling practice for grade 1. Look at the pictures and write their -in names in the space given.
The ship wants to set sail soon, but the captain is not in yet! How sorry! Don't worry though. Simply color the boxes that stand out with words containing -ip, and write the words. Trace three sight words in part B.
This apple tree will be sweetly cherished for a very long time, for it bears apples with -it words. Don't get tripped up if the words are incomplete, for the tree trunk has a supply of letters for you to choose from.
Enjoy a refreshing, uplifting unscrambling diversion, and this time it's a good stock of -ig words that keep you company. After you discover and write the -ig words two times, figure out and write the four sight words.
It takes oodles of practice to spell words containing i-e! Make headway with this printable resource from our spelling worksheets for grade 1. Unscramble to know the words on the xylophone and write them as directed.
This 3-fold practice more than helps kick into shape the way you spell words with -id. Read the words, write the missing letters on the coins, and write the words anew on the lines. Watch your collection of sight words become renewed, too.
Get a real kick out of the several ice-cream scoops so temptingly served in this worksheet! As you discover each -ick word and write it as instructed, you will make 10 wonderful attempts to improve your spelling skills. Let each attempt feel like your first!
The jar is emptied with great expectation, and a total of 12 jellybean flavors band together to give your spelling practice some real pick-me-up. Unscramble each word, and write it on the lines provided.
If you haven't got your fill of the cut-and-glue pleasure yet, make up with this section of our first grade spelling worksheets level A. Read each word. Cut and glue the letters to frame the words. Write the words on the lines.
Flock around this exercise to revive your -ock spelling skills! Recognize and color the -ock-word circles, write the -ock words on the lines, and trace the sight words. Learning spelling has never been this diverse! Go block, flock, clock, and on and on!
Chasing rainbows is fine when it comes to perfect spelling practice! Sort the words in the word cloud into -ox, -od, and -og types, and write them on the correct ladder.
The plot thickens with -ot words on board! A number of -ot words are given, and children find and circle these words. By the end of this worksheet, they'll have learned to spell 3-letter words like cot, got, and 4-letter words like trot, knot, and more.
Barrel towards triumph in spelling -oa words with this worksheet! The good news is many an everyday word, including your favorite load and roast, are spelled with -oa. Color the -oa in the words and write the words. You spell 12 fresh words here!
Lick your lips as you wait for this sumptuous pumpkin-coloring feast to be served! The words to be traced include book, look, and look, meaning this worksheet aims at perfecting your skills at spelling -oo words.
Few techniques are more effective than unscrambling if you're keen to transform to your best speller version! This worksheet, where you identify the -ow word on each candy and write it on the lines, is proof.
Up your spelling game with this exercise from our 1st grade spelling worksheets level A! There's not one or two spellings in store for you, there are three, -ut, -ud, and -up. Write each word 3 times to guarantee success.
The jars can't wait to be brimful of candies! While you're tasked with filling one of the jars with -uck words, you're asked to cram -ack words into the other. Before you do this, color the -ack candies pink and -uck candies blue.
What party excites fun and run? Which event dazzles mum and gum? The former flock where they spell -un words; the latter throng where they spell -um words. Identify and sort words with the two spellings.
Kids in grade 1 will be all snug as a bug in a rug taking this printable -ug words ride. Combine the word chunk with each letter or group of letters to make a new word and write the words. Also trace sight words like could, who,and more.
The popcorn is not flavored with salt, butter, or sugar, but it has a taste of letters. Good for you! As you grab and enjoy the popcorn in this pdf, discover the words on the popcorn and write the word on the lines.