Irregular Words Worksheets To Print:
Lucky Shot – Fill in
the blanks. Use the Word Bank.
To Be Or Not To Be... – Trace the word, write the word, use it in a sentence. This process is very helpful to get students in the groove.
Super H – The horse gobbled up all the "H"s. See where they really belong and get it all sorted out.
Ken Has a Bad Day – Ken is having one heck of a day! See if you can help him turn his frown upside down!
What Do You Think? – A slight bit of more creativity is needed here. Before you write anything make sure to think it through clearly.
Said – Remember to use different forms of the word. The dialogue form of this type of work makes it difficult to not read aloud.
Look at the People! – We really look closely at people. They will reveal themselves when their features are examined.
Sentence Circus – Sentences will vary with this one. Such as a circus rolls!
Word Search – Find eight words in this puzzle. Some students will find a ninth word, if they observant.
High | Right – Two words that are used a great deal at this level. Position skills become more critical later in the school year.
Should – Hint, the "r" has no part in this puzzle. That should help you work through this worksheet.
Going Along – This one is going along just fine. See if you can complete it quickly.
The Others – Other is all over the place. Review the use of this word with students before you start.
House and About – Careful on your word use here. Some slang may cloud students' judgement on word use here.