Preschool Spelling Worksheets:
ee Words -
Do you see the bee? Just take a second to take a look and spell and rewrite each word.
Wag the Dog -
Say each word. Trace each of them twice and then write the letters of the word in the blank box on your own.
Vowel Fill -
Look at the picture. Fill in the blank with the correct vowel: a, e, i, o or u. Then write the word.
Say and Trace -
We work with the -un family words. Words include: bun, fun, run, and sun.
Mom and Pets -
Where do these two come in order of importance for you? I lean towards my mom, but my puppy is so cute.
Unscramble and Spell -
Unscramble the word. Write the word. These terms are not direct relations to the pictures. In many cases they are adjectives that describe them.
Trace Digs -
Trace the word and then freehand it. You will end up writing each word three times in all.
The -ob Worksheet -
I wonder if the first picture was caused by the second? I know that I would sob, if I were to get robbed.
Miss Me? -
Fill in the last part of each word. Make sure to write the complete word out.
The -ys -
The first is the context of being an author. The second image is someone telling some one else their name.
Outlines and Writing -
We look at grade level appropriate spelling words and give you an opportunity to trace and practice with them.
Unscramble Review -
Start by determining the words that are scrambled and then write them on the line that has been provided.
First Letters -
Trace the first letter. Fill in the last part of each word by writing the entire work.
Mixed Up -
Unscramble each of the words. Use the terms from the word bank to help you.