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1 ELEMENTARY SPELLING LIST FOR GRADES K-5 These four sets of words (925 in total), grouped by approximate difficulty level, should account for 80-90% of the running words students use in their writing. Students should know all or most of these words by the end of grade five. They should also know most of their derived or inflected forms (run, running) and the 100 demons (frequently misspelled words). For the sake of the end-of-the year benchmark, grade five students should know at least 800 of the 925 words plus 80 of the 100 demons. SET 1 after am an and are as ask asked at back bad bag bank barn bath bed bell best bet better big black blocks box bring but can cannot cap car card cat catch class clock cross cut dad daddy dark desk did dinner do dog doll down dress dressed dresses drill drink drum duck dust end farm farmer fast fat fell fifth fish fishing flag fox fun funny get getting gift give glad glass go going got grass gun had hand hang happy hard has hat have he help helped hill him himself his hit hop hot hug hunting I I m if in inch inches ink is it jump jumped just kept kids kill killed kiss kisses ladder land last left legs let letter little long lost lot lots luck lunch mad man march mark math me men met milk miss missed mother mud must neck nest no not nuts odd of on one out pants park part parts party pass passed pen penny pet pick pigs pink plant pond puppy quit rabbit ran rang red rest ring rubber run running sad said salt sand sang see sell send sent set she shell shop shopping sick sing singing sister sit sitting six sled so song spelling spend spring stamps stand star start step stepped stick still stop stopped string strong sun swim swimming tag tell ten test thank that the them then there they thing think thinking this till to top trick trip truck trunk two under up want wanted wants was we well went west wet what when will wind windy winter wish wished witch with yard yet you K-5 Spelling List - English Language Arts

2 K-5 Spelling List - English Language Arts SET 2 all ate baby bake ball be bite book boy boys by cake call called came cold come coming corn corner cow cowboy cows cry crying cute day days doing dry eat enjoy enjoyed father fine five fly for forget forgot from game gave girl give giving goes good hall having her here hide home hope hoping horn house how huge if inside into joy kite know lake large late life like liked line live living look looked low made make making may morning much my myself name note now old once or order our over pipe plane play played playing plays pony porch put quite ride riding rode same saw say short show shy side slide small snow some take taking tall three time today too toy toys tree try trying us very wall way were why window windows woman would yes your

3 K-5 Spelling List - English Language Arts SET 3 able about action adventure afraid afternoon again age ago air along another around asleep aunt away babies balloon blue beach bear because before began begin bird birthday blew boat body bones both bottle brave bread breakfast bright broke brother brown can t candy care cave chair chicken child children church city clay clean close closing coat cook cookies costume cried dance dear deep didn t dirt done don t draw drawing drive each ear easy even ever face fair fairy feel feeling feed feet fight find finished five first flow flies flower food fool foot football found Friday front full fur future garden gold goodbye grade grandfather grandmother green ground grow hair hardly haven t hay head hear heard high hike hold hole horse human hurt I d I ll I ve ice ice cream invited isn t it s joke June keep kind kinds lady later lay leave let light love lovely loving mail marbles maybe meat meet middle mile mine Monday money monkey month more most mouse mouth music near nearly never new news next nice night nine north number nurse o clock oil open other outside page pair paper picture pie place please present prize pull pulled put rabbit race rain raining read reading real remember report right road rode room root rope round safe sail save scared sea seven shoot since skate skating sleep snowing snowman soap somebody someone something sometimes son soon south stage state station stay stood store stories story stove street summer Sunday supper sweet table teach teacher teaches team teeth thanksgiving that s these third those wash washed watch water wild without won wood wooden woods word work world year yesterday also animal any anybody anymore anyone anything anyway beautiful been bought brought bus buy clothes cough could country cousin gone December n t door eggs eight elephant every everybody everyone everything everywhere eye eyes floor four friend gym knew lion many ms. Mr. Mrs. only people picnic piece poor says shoe should such suit talk talked than their there s through wagon walk warm wasn t where who whole women won t wouldn t write writing wrote yours

4 K-5 Spelling List - English Language Arts SET 4 against airplane airport almost alone always answer April aren t awful baseball basket basketball behind being break business busy camera carries carry caught cents chimney circus climb color computer cream died dollar early else enough evening excuse family February few folks forest fourth fruit giant grandma grandpa great half hello hour hundred hurry interesting January July knife laid laugh laughed learn library loose lose meant member might minute motor mountain move movie noise none noon nothing November October offer officer often oh orange own packages paid peas pencil practicing pray recess ribbon river roll rolled root Saturday score second seen shall sincerely sorry steam straight study studying sugar sure surely surprise tear teeth they re thirty though thought Thursday tired tomorrow tonight trouble truly Tuesday turkey we re weather Wednesday which wonder you re all right already believe bicycle board bottom build building built choose company cotton course electric field forty geography guess history important instead lonesome seek total flood

5 DEMONS (FREQUENTLY MISSPELLED HIGH-FREQUENCY WORDS) again animal anything another beautiful because brought been catch caught clothes cousin country could climb n't eight (8) guess great goes heard (I heard you.) hear (I hear you.) here (Here it is.) I've isn't laugh leave color many might minute night (late at night) piece (piece of pie) peace (peace in the world) present people picture pencil really front hurt shoes someone somebody story said should says threw (threw the ball) through (1 finished; 2 through the window) tomorrow teacher these then (first.. then) than (more than he has ) two (2) too (1 too many; 2 I want some, too) to (go to the store) their (their house) there (There it is! Over there!) they're (They are) once until visit Wednesday warm watch wear (to wear clothes) where (Where is it?) woman women Saturday whether (whether or not) weather (sunny weather) your (your house) you're (you are) month February finally which (Which one is it?) while were (They were not home.) we're (We are) done a lot all right thought sure enough friend write (write a letter) writing before couldn't everything always bought are (They are friends.) our (Our house) would wouldn't K-5 Spelling List - English Language Arts

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