Word Study

Go to Spelling City each week to study your spelling words.  Just click the banner below to open the site. 
  1. Click the "Find a List" tab.
  2. Search for Ella Frazier.
  3. Choose a list.
studying for your weekly spelling test has never been easier.  


Practice your spelling patterns while completing challenges at . . .

1.  When a word ends in a consonant preceded by one vowel, double the final consonant.

Example Words:  running, stopped, sitting


2.  If a word ends with a silent “e”, drop the “e” before adding a suffix that begins with a vowel.

Example Words:  baking, loved, biting


3.  Do not drop the silent “e” at the end of a word when the suffix begins with a consonant.

Example Words:  likeness, careful, timeless


4.  Write "i" before "e" except after "c", or when sounding like "a" as in neighbor and weigh.

Example Words:  receive, believe, sleigh


5.  When "y" is the last letter in word and the "y" is preceded by a consonant, change the "y" to "i" before adding a suffix.

Example Words:  ladies, cities, likeliness


6.  When forming the plural of a word that ends with a "y" this preceded by a vowel, add "s".

Example words:  keys, days


7.  To make nouns ending with "o" plural, add "es"

Example words:  potatoes, tomatoes