Monday, August 20

leak & leek

homophones leek leak

Jumble Spelling #13 (13-3: ea)
• ABC Fun Cards (small) (large) #11 (11-3: ea)

Jumble Spelling #13 (13-4: ee)
• ABC Fun Cards (small) (large) #11 (11-4: ee)

Thursday, August 16

pair & pear

twins pair pear

Jumble Spelling #18 (18-1: air)
• ABC Fun Cards (small) (large) #21 (21-1: air)

Jumble Spelling #18 (18-3: ear)
• ABC Fun Cards (small) (large) #21 (21-3: ear)

Monday, August 13

bee & honey

bee honey

Jumble Spelling #13 (13-4: ee)
• ABC Fun Cards (small) (large) #11 (11-4: ee)

Jumble Spelling #11 (11-6: ey)
• ABC Fun Cards (small) (large) #22 (22-6: ey)

Thursday, August 9

archeologist/archaeologist

• archeology/archaeology
• archeologist/archaeologist
archeologist archaeologist

grammarist.com: Archaeology is the standard spelling throughout the English-speaking world, even in American English, where the a is dropped from many words traditionally containing ae. Archeology is a somewhat common variant. It is about two centuries old and is common enough to have earned its way into many of the major dictionaries, but it has hasn’t gained much traction in edited writing. The traditional spelling remains the safer choice.

Thursday, August 2

dog & flea

dog flea bug

Jumble Spelling #6 (6-3: fl)
• ABC Fun Cards (small) (large) #4 (4-3: fl)

Jumble Spelling #13 (13-3: ea)
• ABC Fun Cards (small) (large) #11 (11-3: ea)

Monday, July 23

Thursday, July 19

porcupine

pine porcupine

Jumble Spelling #16 (16-4: or)
• ABC Fun Cards (small) (large) #19 (19-4: or)

Long i sound: i_e
• ABC Fun Cards (small) (large) #22 (22-3: i_e)

Monday, July 16

high notes

music high notes

Jumble Spelling #1 (1-2: dd)
• ABC Fun Cards (small) (large) #1 (1-3: dd)

Jumble Spelling #16 (16-2: er)
• ABC Fun Cards (small) (large) #19 (19-2: er)

Thursday, July 12

Cow & Moon

the cow jumped over the moon

(Mother Goose nursery rhyme)
Hey, diddle, diddle,
The cat and the fiddle,
The cow jumped over the moon;
The little dog laughed
To see such sport,
And the dish ran away with the spoon.

Monday, July 2

Monday, June 25

scoop

scoop

Jumble Spelling #10 (10-2: sc)
• ABC Fun Cards (small) (large) #16 (16-1: sc)

Jumble Spelling #15 (15-6: oo)
• ABC Fun Cards (small) (large) #12 (12-5: oo)

Monday, June 18

Wednesday, May 30

friends

old friends

Jumble Spelling #7 (7-3: fr)
• ABC Fun Cards (small) (large) #5 (5-3: fr)

Friends (Traditional Camp Song)

Wednesday, May 16

post office

post office letters

Jumble Spelling #1 (1-4: ff)
• ABC Fun Cards (small) (large) #1 (1-4: ff)

Jumble Spelling #2 (2-6: tt)
• ABC Fun Cards (small) (large) #3 (3-5: tt)

Jumble Spelling #10 (10-5: st)
• ABC Fun Cards (small) (large) #16 (16-4: st)

Friday, May 11

wishes

Even the wishes of an ant reach heaven. —Japanese proverb

wishes

Thursday, May 3

truth

truth Mark Twain

Jumble Spelling #9 (9-4: tr)
• ABC Fun Cards (small) (large) #13 (13-2: tr)

Jumble Spelling #9 (10-1: th)
• ABC Fun Cards (small) (large) #13 (13-1: th)

Wednesday, April 18

four seasons

Four SeasonsAnonymous
Spring is showery, flowery, bowery.
Summer is hoppy, croppy, poppy.
Autumn is wheezy, sneezy, freezy.
Winter is slippy, drippy, nippy.
four seasons

Friday, April 6

clock

clock hands

Jumble Spelling #6 (6-2: cl)
• ABC Fun Cards (small) (large) #4 (4-2:cl)

Jumble Spelling #3 (3-6: ck)
• ABC Fun Cards (small) (large) #7 (7-1: ck)

Wednesday, March 28

baking soda

soda baking soda baker

㋡ suffix -er (person or thing connected with, a person who does an action)
Jumble Spelling #16 (16-2: er)
• ABC Fun Cards (small) (large) #19 (19-2: er)

Monday, March 26

sponge

sponge holes

Jumble Spelling #10 (10-4: sp)
• ABC Fun Cards (small) (large) #16 (16-3: sp)

Jumble Spelling #17 (17-4: ge)
• ABC Fun Cards (small) (large) #15 (15-4: ge)

Thursday, March 22

Tuesday, March 20

spring is here

Blackbird (Traditional American Rhyme)
Blackbird whistle, woodpecker drum,
"Spring has come, spring has come."
Cardinal sing in the maple tree,
"Spring is here for you and me."
Longer day and shorter night,
Little child, bring out your kite.
spring go kite flying

mouse tail

spelling mouse