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So of course the only thing to do was to spice up our weekly spelling homework and make it fun.
I compiled this list from things we have done at home, things I plan to do and things I have done over the years in my classroom as a teacher.
Gross Motor Practice - we like to make spelling practice fun by getting active while practicing our words.
61 Hopscotch Spelling - Write letters outside in chalk or play indoors with large letter cards on floor. Games and Online Fun - you can use flashcards or you can take your spelling practice to a whole new level by playing games and even having some online fun. ADVERTISE ON MACENSTEINClick here to inquire about making a fortune by advertising your game, gadget, or site on Macenstein.
Pipe Cleaner Words - use pipe cleaners and bend and form to make letters used to write out the words. Yarn Words - supply some yarn and scissors and let kids snip and create letters to spell out the words.
Stamp It! - use alphabet stamps and ink pads to stamp out words or let child use fingerprints to write words if you don't have letter stamps. Reverse Chalk Writing (aka Water Writing) - an easy and fun twist on writing words on the chalkboard. Build a Word with Legos - using some tape write the letters needed for each word ahead of time on some legos.
Q-Tip Writing - Use q-tips and paint to dot letters to spell the word or write the word using the q-tip as a paint brush.
Magnet Letters - Take a cookie sheet or head for the fridge, add some magnetic letters and spell out the words. Wikki Stix - What a fun bendable material and perfect to use in building letters to spell words.
Alphabet Rocks - If you have a set of painted ABC rocks these can be a fun way to build and spell words. Marble Words - The Lil Divas enjoy using our flat bottom decorative marbles to form the letters needed to spell words. Coffee Filters & Markers - let your child write the words using markers on coffee filters.

Hidden Spelling Words - on a white piece of paper let your child write out the spelling words using a white crayon.
Alpha-Bit Spelling - Use Alpha-Bit cereal, alphabet pasta or even alphabet cookies to spell words - this can even double as a snack when done reviewing if you use the cereal or cookies. Other Hand - if you are right handed write your words using your left hand, if you are left handed write words using your right hand.
Window Writing - use Crayola Window Markers and write words on windows or sliding glass doors. Flashlight Words - set up an Alphabet chart, turn out the lights and use a flashlight to shine on each letter (one letter at a time) to spell words. Craft Stick Spelling - write the necessary letters on craft sticks, mix them up and have child build words using the appropriate sticks. Cereal Words - using circle shaped cereal like Cheerios or Froot Loops build letters to form spelling words. Penny or Coin Spelling - use pennies or other small coins to make letters and spell out words. Sing - Use whatever song or beat you like but a simple B-I-N-G-O like song & some clapping works wonders especially on that first day of practicing words. Cheerleader Chant - Give me an S, give me a P, give me an E, give me an L, give me a L - what's that spell? Make a Video - use the household video camera or even your phone to take some quick video of your child spelling the target words.
Hop & Spell - hop on one foot as you spell words, this is a great exercise in balance especially with longer words.
Have child spell and write 2 sets of words onto flashcards and then play a Memory Game with them. Wordsearch - you can visit sites like PuzzleMaker , plug in your child's spelling list and create a word search that you can print. Unscramble - use magnet letters or letter tiles for each word, scramble them up and have child put letters in correct order to spell words. Use chalk to cover the chalkboard and have your child use a paintbrush dipped in water to write their words over it. Put colored construction paper under the salt, sand or flour to make the letters really pop.

Make a thin layer of shaving cream on a tray and use a paintbrush or better yet a fingertip to spell out the words.
I used to hate doing it as a kid myself so I understand the Oldest Diva not being thrilled about doing it. Mix them up and then call out a word and have child(ren) build it using the appropriate legos and you will end up with some spelling word towers. Once you are all done, hand them a spray bottle of water and let them turn their spelling practice into art! I always stock up on seasonal erasers to use for math, etc and they actually work great for spelling too.
They wash off easily and writing on windows or doors is so much more fun than boring old paper. This time spread some shaving cream on your shower door or tiled wall over the tub and let your child(ren) finger write words. This is so much fun and a great way to - S to the P to the E to the Double L, spells SPELL! For example, for the word FUN - child starts by saying the letter F, parents adds letter U and child then completes word by adding the letter N. There is just something fun about hearing yourself loud and magnified so have fun with it and practice those spelling words too. How about jazzing it up by having them write the word using the smallest letters they can possibly write (this one is a fave), then doing it normal sized and finally jumbo sized. Call out spelling words and have child search for the appropriate beans to spell each word.
To make things extra challenging, write words spelled incorrectly in a few spaces as well so child has to discriminate between the correctly spelled words and the incorrect ones.

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