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K2 Spelling

Postby phtthp » Wed Feb 15, 2012 9:54 am

can share what are some K2 spelling learn in a week ?

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Re: K2 Spelling

Postby snowball32 » Wed Feb 15, 2012 12:02 pm

Hi,

My K2's spelling list

Term 1 - 8 single words
Eg,

grumble
complaint
fun
happy
bed
sleep


Come Term 2, they will have 2 sentences and 5 words, Term 3, 3 sentences and 3 words & Term 4 - 5 sentences

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Re: K2 Spelling

Postby jedamum » Wed Feb 15, 2012 2:29 pm

snowball32 wrote:Hi,

My K2's spelling list

Term 1 - 8 single words
Eg,

grumble
complaint
fun
happy
bed
sleep


Come Term 2, they will have 2 sentences and 5 words, Term 3, 3 sentences and 3 words & Term 4 - 5 sentences

:yikes:

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Re: K2 Spelling

Postby Guest » Wed Feb 15, 2012 2:35 pm

jedamum wrote:
snowball32 wrote:Hi,

My K2's spelling list

Term 1 - 8 single words
Eg,

grumble
complaint
fun
happy
bed
sleep


Come Term 2, they will have 2 sentences and 5 words, Term 3, 3 sentences and 3 words & Term 4 - 5 sentences

:yikes:


wow at the academic rigors at K2. My child never had spelling in preschool at all. Academic began for her at P1. Having said this, her schoolmates were mainly from high academic rigor preschool.....so it is the trend.
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Re: K2 Spelling

Postby iLoveChubby » Wed Feb 15, 2012 2:39 pm

Both my kids also do not have spelling at their preschools either... but somehow at P1, with the weekly spelling, they will naturally catch up.

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Re: K2 Spelling

Postby Guest » Wed Feb 15, 2012 2:47 pm

iLoveChubby wrote:Both my kids also do not have spelling at their preschools either... but somehow at P1, with the weekly spelling, they will naturally catch up.


:hi5: I think what helps is the foundation of phonics, not necessarily rigorous spelling testing.
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Re: K2 Spelling

Postby dws123 » Tue Jun 26, 2012 5:43 pm

child education is very necessary today world.so kindergarten sight words are very helpful for teaching child a good eduction..

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Re: K2 Spelling

Postby kay_liz » Fri Sep 14, 2012 5:12 pm

Just to share, i saw some very difficult spelling words at the PCF near my home. They put it in the noticeboard outside the centre... the theme for that week was Plants so the words were like:

germinate
green pigment
bee pollen

and 2 more i cannot remember. My DD's only in Nursery in that PCF so i was surprised that the standard for K2 is so high now.

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Re: K2 Spelling

Postby autumnbronze » Fri Sep 14, 2012 10:34 pm

kay_liz wrote:Just to share, i saw some very difficult spelling words at the PCF near my home. They put it in the noticeboard outside the centre... the theme for that week was Plants so the words were like:

germinate
green pigment
bee pollen

and 2 more i cannot remember. My DD's only in Nursery in that PCF so i was surprised that the standard for K2 is so high now.


:yikes:


:nailbite:


:sweat:

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Re: K2 Spelling

Postby iggy » Fri Sep 14, 2012 10:56 pm

Green pigment? Surprised they didnt use word "chlorophyll" ;)

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