Whether you’re homeschooling or you just want to help your 9th grader improve their spelling, there are plenty of 9th grade spelling list resources available for you. You can find anything from spelling lists and vocabulary lists, to games like a word search, to full spelling curriculums. Below is a list of free resources you can find online for your ninth grader.
9th Grade Spelling Lists and Lessons
K12 Reader offers a downloadable one-year high school spelling course which can be taken at any point during high school or in 8th grade for some students.
Spelling Words Well
Spelling Words Well offers spelling lists, worksheets, activities, and games. The website also has spelling bee word lists with more difficult words and resources.
The Phonics Page
This website uses a series of video-based spelling lessons to help students improve their spelling by teaching phonetic spelling and syllable division rules.
Vocabtest.com helps with spelling and teaches vocabulary through the use of online quizzes, games, and other activities. You can also access printable quizzes and flashcards on their website.
Vocabulary.com is an interactive online platform for developing and practicing vocabulary. This can help expand on ninth grade vocabulary words and spelling.
Home Spelling Words
Home Spelling Words provides spelling lists, games, and activities. You can even input a 9th grade spelling list from your own curriculum to be used in the games and activities.
Your dictionary is a great resource for new words and spelling lists for high school students.
9th Grade Spelling Words
Learning to spell is usually associated with elementary school. However, upper grades at the high school level use spelling words to provide an opportunity for students to develop the use of academic vocabulary words. 9th grade words will be trickier simply because they focus on words that break the typical spelling rules that your child has learned in earlier years. Try using different 9th grade spelling words from a different word list with each weekly lesson. This will help expand your kids’ familiarity with words and success with spelling tests.
Oh and hey, you’re doing a great job, before you know it, it will be 10th grade!
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