Spelling Sheets 1.0 - Primary Portrait Print
Spelling Sheets 1.0 - Wide Rule, Cursive
Spelling Sheets 1.0 - Avail in App Store

"Spelling Sheets 1.0 was developed to make it effortless for parents and teachers to create simple, effective worksheets to help students sharpen their spelling skills. This app is easy to use, and allows the creation of customized worksheets that

are turned into a PDF and can be used anywhere."

http://AppStore.com/SelfTalk

To create the PDF, it is necessary to "Select Layout" (primary or wide-ruled lines in portrait or landscape) and "Select Font" (Print or Cursive for writing practice); then click the "Create Worksheet" button. A blank worksheet appears on your screen, based on your selections along with blue numbered buttons. Each button represents the number of words that can be added to that worksheet.

Click a numbered button and you will be prompted to add a spelling word. Type in your entry and click the "Enter Word" button to add it to the worksheet. A preview of the worksheet will appear for review after each addition or change. Depending on the layout selected, between 5 and 10 words can be added to each worksheet. To access the worksheet click the "Create PDF and Email" button.

During the creation process, a worksheet title can be added, that will appear on the final PDF, aiding in future reference and retrieval. Also lines can be be added - as column or page-folding guides, by clicking on the ruler button. To remove these lines hold the same button down longer than release. To delete all entries on a worksheet, after a PDF has been emailed, click the "eraser" button to start a new worksheet.

Spelling Sheets 1.0 - Wide Rule Print
Spelling Sheets 1.0 - Primary Cursive

This new app is now available at the App Store for iPhones and iPads. 

http://AppStore.com/SelfTalk

Reading enhances a child's vocabulary.

Below are a few great books with wonderful vocabulary words to practice learning to spell using the Spelling Sheet 1.0 app.

Princesses Wear Pants

By Savannah Guthrie and Allison Oppenheim

1. Pineapple

2. Kingdom

3. Princess

4. Surprising 

5. Special

6. Dazzling 

7. Collection

8. Sparkle

9. Costumes 

10. Bubble 

Ada Twist, Scientist

By Andrea Beaty

1. Scientist

2. Around

3. Frazzled

4. Curious 

5. Questions 

6. Puzzle

7. Horrible 

8. Moment 

9. Heart

10. Fiction 

Miss Daisy is Crazy!

By Dan Gutman 

1. Crazy 

2. Weird 

3. History

4. Subtract

5. Announced 

6. Company 

7. Skateboard

8. Teacher 

9. Because 

10. Dungeon 

The Good Egg

by: Jory John and Pete Oswald

1. Because

2. Groceries

3. Always

4. Recycled

5. Behavior

6. Ignored

7. Scrambled

8. Exhausted

9. Morning

10. Found 

The Bad Seed

by: Jory John 

1. Mumble

2. Pointless

3. Sentences

4. Sunflower

5. Unremarkable

6. Found

7. Drooped

8. Remember

9. Possible 

10. Entirely

Hidden Figures -

The True Story of Four Black Women and the Space Race

by: Margot Lee Shetterly

1. Government

2. Computers

3. Machines

4. Impossible

5. Experiments

6. Numbers

7. Attached

8. Improve

9. Calculations

10. Adventure 

Tomorrow I'll Be Brave

by: Jessica Hische

1. Tomorrow

2. Adventurous

3. Explore

4. Strong

5. Solve

6. Curious

7. Million

8. Creative

9. Confident

10. Brave

The Family Book

by: Todd Parr

1. Family

2. Different

3. Other

4. Families

5. Someone

6. Adopt 

7. Children

8. Instead

9. Celebrate

10. Special 

Hats Off to You!

by: Karen Beaumont

1. Street

2. Everywhere

3. Ribbons

4. Buttons

5. Flowers

6. Feathers

7. Stripes

8. Sparkly

9. Clothes

10. Tiptoe 

I Had a Favorite Dress

By Boni Ashburn

1. Favorite

2. Tuesday

3. Mountains

4. Clear

5. Thought 

6. School

7. Breezy

8. Thursday

9. Scarf

10. Saturday

The Wishing Stone

By Steve Smallman and Rebecca Elliot

 

1. Friend

2. Lonely

3. Quietly 

4. Tomorrow

5. Squeaked

6. Secret

7. Wonderful

8. Flamingo

9. Breath 

10. Smiling 

Interrupting Chicken 

by: David Ezra Stein 

1. Interrupting

2. Chicken 

3. Please

4. Something

5. Favorites

6. Tonight

7. Nibble

8. Relaxing

9. Strangers

10. Thought

Mary Had a Little Glam

by: Tammi Sauer

1. Style

2. Everywhere

3. Accessorize

4. Surprise

5. Frilly

6. Flair

7. Shine

8. Divine

9. Brought

10. Glitter

How to Code a Sandcastle

by: Josh Funk 

1. Summer

2. Vacation

3. Sandcastle

4. Special

5. Instructions

6. Perfect

7. Sequence

8. Enough 

9. Decorations

10. Different

Doug Unplugged

by: Dan Vaccarino

1. Morning

2. Downloading

3. Caught

4. Pigeons

5. Unplugged

6. Discovered

7. Underneath 

8. Skyscrapers

9. Suddenly

10. Learned

Frida

by: Jonah Winter

1. House

2. Mexico 

3. daughters

4. Photographers

5. Paintbrush 

6. Accident 

7. Drawing

8. Friend

9. Microscope 

10. Imagination 

Delores Thesaurus

by: Jessica Lee Hutchings

1. Synonyms

2. Antonyms

3. Vocabulary 

4. Thesaurus

5. Responded

6. Valuable

7. Aloof

8. Yesterday

9. Astound

10. Outlandish

Not Quite Snow White

by: Ashley Franklin

1. Movement

2. Audience

3. Dinosaur

4. Cucumber

5. Musical

6. Princess

7. Rhythm

8. Audition

9. Performing

10. Poised

Très, très fort!

by: Trish Cooke and Helen Oxenbury

1. Spécial

2. Voilà

3. Sourire

4. Fort

5. Histoire

6. Chantoone

7. Porte

8. Maman

9. Parapluie

10. Câlin 

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