Free Maths Homework Sheets Year 4 Spelling

Learning to spell is a fundamental skill that every student should develop. The correlation between spelling skills, reading skills and writing skills has been clearly established. All rely on the visual representation of words and the relationship between letters, sounds and meanings. Use these free, printable spelling worksheets to practice and improve spelling.

Our spelling worksheets include a master list of spelling words, segmented into word groups, as well as spelling exercises for each grade. To further practice spelling skills we recommend K5 Spelling, which is part of our online program. There is a 14-day free trial available.

Choose your grade:

First grade spelling worksheets

Second grade spelling worksheets

Third grade spelling worksheets

Fourth grade spelling worksheets

Fifth grade spelling worksheets

Preschool & kindergarten language arts worksheets

You may also be interested in our printable preschool and kindergarten worksheets help younger students learn to identify and write letters, use letters to make sounds, and to recognize sight words and build vocabulary.

A Few Important Words About Spelling Worksheets

After kids nail down their ABCs, the next stop on the early education train is spelling. And once that train gets going, it never stops, as spelling is a vital skill that serves us for life. Our spelling worksheets help students of all ages hone that skill throughout their education journey, from sight words and words with silent letters to homophones and words that are difficult to pronounce. For additional help with spelling, turn your next neighborhood cookout into a fun spelling bee, offering cool prizes for first-, second- and third place. Grab some index cards and a marker, and write grade-appropriate spelling words, so kids of all ages can participate in the competition. That way a first-grader can theoretically be matched up against a ninth-grader in the final round. After a champion is crowned in the kids’ spelling bee, let them turn the tables on the adults. Not only will the younger crew get a kick out of seeing their parents struggling to spell difficult words, but by looking at and saying the words on the index cards, they’ll reinforce the correct spellings.

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