Thursday, August 30

baseball glove

baseball glove catch

Jumble Spelling #6 (6-4: gl)
• ABC Fun Cards (small) (large) #4 (4-1: gl)

Jumble Spelling #4 (4-6: tch)
• ABC Fun Cards (small) (large) #13 (13-5: tch)

Thursday, August 23

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)