Second Grade Spelling Worksheets
Continue the good spell of reading and writing with our printable second grade spelling worksheets level B! As the little spellers have already gotten used to the letter sounds and have mastered the letter names, it's now time for them to become further fluent by welcoming a whole new bunch of sounds, such as aw, ch, ai, mp, th, ck, and ed. Our second grade spelling worksheets pdf level B, which seek to teach spelling directly and systematically with the help of varied activities, are phenomenal. Be under the spell of our free spelling worksheets for a bit!
Be the first to grab this booklet and relax about finding adequate practice material to build on and enhance your spelling skills. Make a weekly plan, for each week fresh word types and newer sight words spring in.
Brave the "rain" and set "sail" to "nail" the ai sound in style! As you observe each picture and write the ai word that names it, you'll add a golden feather to your spelling cap. Also trace the four words given.
Salute the likes of "jaw", "law", "jigsaw", "seasaw" and "paw"! That we task the little kids of grade 2 with rewriting each word should give them prolific practice in spelling the aw sound.
What child is averse to "cheese"? Words like cheese, beach, and chalk start or end with ch. Better yet, there are words such as witch and fetch that operate with a tch. Sort the words into the 3 types and write them.
"Speak" and "drive" with er added to them are "speaker" and "driver". Look at the pictures and identify the action verbs. Write the er word naming the doer of the action. Trace the words given.
The dress when many is called "dresses" not dreses. When more than one witch is in action, we say "witches". Practice spelling the plural forms of words by coloring the correctly spelled words.
Lift your spelling skills to lofty heights! Each set in this worksheet has two words only one of which is spelled the way it should be. The job for the distinguished spelling champs is to read to identify and color the word with correct spelling.
Finding the missing parts is not all that straightforward in this spelling exercise for grade 2 kids! While it mostly is a doddle, like in food and cliff, it sometimes tricks by shifting into the maze of ph or gh.
Take each spelling stride with pride! Glide through this section of our spelling worksheets for grade 2 level B that is accomplished by unscrambling the several silent-e words given. Get to some exciting spelling work and in style!
Once you boast spelling skills that are bright, you will leap for delight! Instruct the child to put the word chunks together and create fresh words with igh and ight. Write the words created on the lines given.
Sight words, words that frequently appear in our reading and writing, must be memorized. Give children instant practice with the sight words "after", "things", and more. Circle the correctly spelled word.
We urge you to "ginger" up or "juice" up your spelling practice! In either case, you'll become a better speller by completing each word using g/j as relevant. Don't forget to color g/j as you answer each question.
Vault as much distance as you can by figuring out the lt word in each set of scrambled letters. Watch as you get quite swept away by a tremendous stream of "lt" words in this 2nd grade spelling worksheet pdf.
The box is awash with words waiting to be crowned with ly at the end. For example, you pick "correct" and write "correctly". Just to give you a heads-up, the ly words here must be written in alphabetical order.
Exquisite spelling is the "lamp" that gives you the light as you stumble around! Spin the wheel and combine the word chunks and build a host of mp words like a "champ".
Are you the "kind" that strives for perfection in spelling? Then you'll develop a good "bond" with our worksheet for grade 2. Get reading the words and practice spelling them 3 times by filling in the missing letters.
It is "bank" and not "beng". Write "sunk" and not "saunk". Adding to the fun and learning of our second grade spelling worksheets is this choosing the correctly spelled word on each paint bucket activity
Let the flowering logophiles take an unscrambling break in this exercise from our second grade spelling worksheets! They figure and write the 16 sight words given in the box as jumbles of letters.
The Crowned Clown is a famous TV series! Our interest in the series is inspired by the "crown" and "clown" that make its title. That's enough warming up to this printable spelling worksheet for grade 2 kids.
Be the "star horse" that wins every race in the spelling world! The name of each picture is written under it, and the task is for the outstanding learners in grade 2 to complete the word with ar or or as appropriate.
Before you talk spelling and ask the child to rearrange each set of letters to form meaningful words, one bunch with all ur words and the other all ir words, give them a few words that contain ur and ir.
Shush, we're discussing sh words! Shark and shape fall into the sh first type while dish and wish belong to the sh last type. We don't want to give too many spoilers, and you must do the rest of the sorting yourself.
According to the FLoSS rule, when we hear f, l, s, or z after a short vowel at the end of a 1-syllable word, we spell it ff, ll, ss, or zz. Explore more of this rule as you write ff, ll, ss, or zz to complete each word here. This spelling worksheet is a must-have!
The sk team is formidable with the presence of skip, skirt, and the like. The sc team in no less superior as with the stalwarts like school and score adding to their chops. Color the correctly spelled words.
If there was a spelling contest, you would be the "first" and the "best"! Test your spelling skills with this part of our printable 2nd grade spelling worksheets. Color the letters to spell the words; write the words.
Such is the learning cachet of the digraph th that it deserves a lesson all for itself! We highly recommend this th taster exercise, write th at the start/end to make words and write the words, for our th-thrilled spellers.
These balloons are not filled with hot air just for the sake of it! We hope to use them as tools to ram home two word types: the ue words and the u_e words. Identify the correctly spelled words.
Whisk your super-specialist spelling scholars to the whistle and whisper of this grade 2 spelling worksheet! Each wh word is written three times, the missing letters being different each time. Whip through this spelling task!
Do get yourself super-busy creating words by adding -ing to each beginning letter or set of letters. Take the time to bask in the visual splendor that this spelling worksheet has in store for grade 2 kids.
Identifying the wrongly spelled word is as effective a spelling technique as recognizing the correctly spelled word. In this grade 2 spelling worksheet, draw a circle around each ill-spelled word and write it correctly.
Get the paperclip spinning. If it stops at -er, go ahead and add -er as the suffix. On the other side of the spectrum, if it stops at -est, suffix the word -est. Don't forget to write the words on the lines.
Wouldn't it be awesome if you had "adorable" spelling skills? Once you've added the suffix -able to the words here, start off by writing "acceptable", for it comes first if you go by ABC order, and this worksheet wants you to. Start answering now!
How many "ful" words, words like beautiful, joyful, useful, and wonderful, do we use every day? There's absolutely no limit! Practice spelling such words; follow the instructions to a tee and complete this cut-and-glue pdf.
The words direction and addition are well-spelled, but the words direcsion and addision are not. Extend your spelling skills to include the sion/tion words as you color the correctly spelled words in this printable worksheet.
The milk truck rule explains it as simple as could be. Use k if the vowel is followed by a consonant, hence milk, tusk, and sank. Use ck if the vowel is alone, as in truck, duck, and lock. Sort and write the words.
The four categories of words in this spelling-practice worksheet for grade 2 are words ending with old, ole, oll, and olt. Sort the words in the box into one of the four. Write the words in the appropriate column.
You owe your spelling "happiness" to the suffix ness just as you owe your "spotless" speller credentials to the suffix less. Add the -less/-ness to the words in the box. Write the words in the appropriate columns.