S PELLING W ORDS By: Lindsey Carey OH ACADEMIC STANDARDS: Acquisition of Vocabulary Standard
M AIN M ENU Nouns The part of speech that is used to name a person, place, thing, quality, or action and can function as the subject or object of a verb, the object of a preposition, or an appositive. Verbs The part of speech that expresses existence, action, or occurrence in most languages. Adjectives pertaining to or functioning as an adjective; adjectival: the adjective use of a noun. Compound words A compound word is made when two words are joined to form a new word.
NOUNS Examples of nouns: Bus Neighbor Friend Book Pencil School Bus stop
NOUN PICTURE & VIDEO Picture of one of the spelling words: Bus Watch this video describing a noun.
NOUNS Two noun spelling words used in a sentence: 1. Every morning I go to the bus stop at the same time. 2. My neighbor waits for the school bus with me.
VERBS Examples of verbs: Running Laughing Jumping Climbing Skipping Playing
VERBS Two verb spelling words used in a sentence: 1. I like climbing trees. 2. The kids are playing on the playground.
VERB PICTURE Picture of one of the spelling words: Running.
ADJECTIVES Examples of adjectives : Good Wise Perfect Happy Sad
ADJECTIVES Two adjective spelling words used in a sentence: 1. The fresh cut grass looks perfect. 2. The little girl is very happy.
C OMPOUND WORDS Examples of compound words: Paperclip Newsstand Sandbox Thumbtack
COMPOUND WORDS Two compound words used in a sentence: 1. My stack of papers need a paperclip. 2. The kids are playing in the sandbox.
R EFERENCES Sounds: Clip Art Pictures: Clip Art Word Definitions: http://dictionary.reference.comhttp://dictionary.reference.com Ohio Academic Content Standards