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DIY Spelling Folder

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The DIY Spelling Folder is a do it yourself educational craft designed for students to do in the classroom to help them learn spelling.

Technical Specifications: 

Step One: Gather materials.

  • 2 file folders/manila folders
  • Glue/Stapler
  • Printables

Step Two: Overlap the right side of one folder with the left side of the other. Glue or staple together. Staple or glue well so that it won’t fall apart while folded.

Step Three: Print the printables and glue or staple to folder.

Printables include the following.

  • Number Words (1-20, then by tens to one hundred, thousand, and million)
  • b and d letter reversal reminder (using the word bed)
  • Color Words
  • Phonics Sound Chart – word and picture keys for digraphs, short vowels, bossy r vowels, long vowel sounds, and diphthongs
  • Word Endings Chart – word and picture keys for inflected endings
  • ALL Sight Words from Dolch PP-3rd grade PLUS Fry’s first 100, second 100, and 3rd 100 words {plus a few added words}
  • Handwriting Visuals (I’ve included print and D’Nealian)
  • Days of the Week
  • Months of the Year
  • 2D Shape Names
  • 3D Shape Names
  • U.S. Coin Names


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This Reading Mama is a blog by homeschooler Becky Spence. She is a mother of 4 that blogs. She says....

I never dreamed that God would use my blog in so many ways. I have been able to use it as a platform for writing curricula, authoring books, creating learning apps, and speaking at homeschooling conferences and MOPS groups. Through my blog, I have shared many articles, activities and free printables.