Spellin Rule #1: CE If a word ends in a consonant and e, drop the final e when you add a suffix that begins with a vowel. Examples: sincere + ity = sincerity believe + able = believable
Spelling Rule #2: CY For a word ending in y that has a consonant right before the y, change the y to an i when you add a suffix. Examples: beauty + ful = beautiful deny + al = denial
Spelling Rule #3: Singular to Plural To form the plural of nouns ending in y, change the y to i and add – es. Examples: robbery + es = robberies. bunny + es = bunnies
Spelling Rule 4#: CVC1 For one-syllable words that end in the pattern consonant – vowel – consonant, double the final consonant before adding a suffix that begins with a vowel. Examples: spin + ing = spinning hug + ed = hugged
Spelling Rule #5: CVC2+ For words with two or more syllables that end with a syllable that follows the pattern consonant – vowel – consonant, double the final consonant before adding a suffix that begins with a vowel if the accent is on the last syllable. Examples: commit + ee = committee repel + ing = repelling
Common suffix endings that start with vowels ed ing able er est
Step 1- Read the instructions carefully. Step 2- Identify the misspelled word Step 3- Collect the misspelled word. Follow these steps!
Skill development – match the base word and its correct added ending. Rule #1 live hope hoping living
Instructions: math the base word with its correct added ending Rule #2: CY happy carry bury hurry carried burial hurried happiness
Instructions: Read the sentence and choose the word with the correct spelling. Rule #3, singular to plural 1.John (hurries, hurry) to the playground to get the ball. 2.My mom (worry, worries) when I came home late from school Monday evening. 3.I had to (study, studies) for the CST so that I can achieve “advanced.”
Instructions: Read the sentence and write the correct spelling of the word in parenthesis. Rule #4, CVC1 1.I went (run) to school because I did not want to be late. 2.The (rob) broke into our home and took my Xbox 360 with all my games! 3.My brother was (cut) the cheese! 4.The hungry dog was (beg) for food and so I fed it. 5.I was wondering why Pedro looked the (sad) out of all the kids.
Instructions: math each word with its correct added ending. Rule #5 – CVC2+ 1.rub 2.hop 3.skip 4.drop 1.hopped 2.rubbed 3.dropping 4.skipping
Let’s review what we’ve learned. Today will correctly spell suffixes and endings of words.
Suffixes Spelling Rules Words ending in e, drop the e if the suffix begins with a vowel. Bake-baking Keep the e if the suffix begins with a consonant. Manage-management Words ending in y (following a consonant), change the y to i unless suffix begins with i. Words ending in a single consonant (following a single vowel), double the final consonant before adding ed or ing. ship-shipped-shipping
Follow these steps! Step 1- Read the instructions carefully. Step 2- Identify the misspelled word Step 3- Collect the misspelled word.
Resources and Activities http://www.learner.org/interactives/spelling/ AAASpell.com Spelling Words online doc Scholastic Fish Em Up!