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Spelling Ideas and Activities Air Spelling This has been a great activity for those students have a difficult time learning their spelling words. 1. Choose a spelling word. With their index finder, students spell the word in the air and say the letters aloud. Tell students they must be able to "see" the letters as they are written in the air. 2. 3. --What is the third letter? 4. 5. The fun (and effective) way to teach quotation marks (Love Learning) When I taught second grade, the majority of my students had a hard time with quotation marks. They were not sure how to use them, when to use them, or how to identify in writing the words that were actually being spoken by someone. I don’t know how much of their difficulty was due to a lack of focus on the content of the text, or if they just needed to be taught quotation marks in a direct way. What you will need: Comic strips from newspapers or online. Preparation: For each comic strip, write a brief story on your chart paper. Lucy and Charlie Brown were practicing baseball in the field. “Time out!” “Now what?” Lucy said, “Hey manager, I have a great idea! game, why don’t we run an ad in the newspaper?” “An AD?” said, “Sure, we could offer a reward for the lost game.” Brown didn’t know what to say so he just stared at Lucy. “When the lost game was found, it wouldn’t be a lost game anymore,” Lucy explained. get another great idea, I’ll let you know!” time in the outfield!” I. 2. II. 4. 5. 6.