Grade 2 Language - Spelling Patterns
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Grade 2 Language - Spelling Patterns

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Phonic rules help students spell words. When the students learn these phonic rules, they will realize that these rules establish spelling patterns. Then the students can spell difficult words based on these spelling patterns. For example, "ea" is pronounced with a long "e" sound. In this quiz, the students will look at a picture and determine the correct spelling of what is in the picture.

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1.
Look at the picture. What is the picture? What is the correct spelling of it?
swet
sweat
swate
swete
Sweat follows the short "ea" pattern.
2.
Look at the picture. What is the picture? What is the correct spelling of it?
banc
bak
bance
bank
Bank contains the final digraph "nk."
3.
Look at the picture. What is the picture? What is the correct spelling of it?
bunp
bump
bupp
bum
The picture is of bumps in the road. The words contains the final blend of "mp" pattern.
4.
Look at the picture. What is the picture? What is the correct spelling of it?
cough
coff
caff
colf
The "gh" makes the "f" sound in some words.
5.
Look at the picture. What is the picture? What is the correct spelling of it?
dru
droo
drue
drew
This word contains the "ew" pattern.
6.
Look at the picture. What is the picture? What is the correct spelling of it?
tooth
toth
tothe
toothe
Tooth contains the final digraph of "th."
7.
Look at the picture. What is the picture? What is the correct spelling of it?
jerm
jirm
germ
girm
This is a germ and it uses the r-controlled "e" pattern.
8.
Look at the picture. What is the picture? What is the correct spelling of it?
bushs
bushess
bushes
bushe
This word uses the pattern of "es" to make it plural.
9.
Look at the picture. What is the picture? What is the correct spelling of it?
pach
patch
patsh
pasch
This word uses the final digraph of "ch."
10.
Look at the picture. What is the picture? What is the correct spelling of this season?
sprig
spring
springe
sprinng
Spring uses an "ing" pattern.
Author:  Amy Flanders

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