1st Grade Spelling Words With Example

Grade 1: With Example - 8
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celebratespeak speak spelling 
He will celebrate birthday on Friday.
How do you usually celebrate New Year?
They peal the bells to celebrate victory.
mindspeak speak spelling 
Never mind.
A healthy mind is in a healthy body.
Nothing is impossible to willing mind.
throwspeak speak spelling 
Don't throw it to him, give it to him!
They throw rubbish into rivers.
Don't throw the baby out with the bathwater.
goatspeak speak spelling 
Sacrificial goat.
The goat leaped surely from rock to rock.
This type of goat lives in the mountains.
floatspeak speak spelling 
An empty bottle will float.
The logs float down the river.
Can you float on your back?
throatspeak speak spelling 
I had a sore throat, it hurt to swallow.
She seized her attacker by the throat.
My doctor diagnosed a throat infection.
chewspeak speak spelling 
This meat is difficult to chew.
Chew your food well before swallow.
You should chew over this thing.
grewspeak speak spelling 
He grew up in a wealthy family.
My hair soon grew back to natural colour.
The sea grew wilder and wilder.
moonspeak speak spelling 
The new moon shines bright all around.
A full moon hovered in the sky.
The moon is not seen where the sun shines.
zoospeak speak spelling 
We saw three pandas in the zoo.
She led the children into the zoo.
The tiger escaped from the zoo for hours.
roomspeak speak spelling 
He stopped and left the room.
The carpenters began to floor the room.
Is there enough room for me?
flewspeak speak spelling 
The bird flew up onto the tree.
A swarm of bees flew into the garden.
We flew to Athens via Paris.
knewspeak speak spelling 
She knew how to do it.
He never knew Jack's father.
I knew he was upset.
blewspeak speak spelling 
The storm blew over land and sea.
He blew on his hands to warm them up.
he bomb blew a huge hole in the ground.
shampoospeak speak spelling 
What kind of shampoo do you use?
Wet your hair and apply the shampoo.
How often do you shampoo your hair?
classroomspeak speak spelling 
The classroom was full of activity.
There are forty people in the classroom.
We go to the classroom in sequence.
newspaperspeak speak spelling 
He reports for a local newspaper.
Which newspaper do you read regularly?
The newspaper caught my attention.
happyspeak speak spelling 
Happy Thanksgiving day!
We have been so happy.
He is truly happy who makes others happy.
tallspeak speak spelling 
He is a tall man.
A tall tree catches the wind.
The house has a tall fence.
Halloweenspeak speak spelling 
Halloween costumes.
His face looks like a Halloween mask.
I wore a dress to a Halloween party
stuffspeak speak spelling 
There's some sticky stuff in your hair.
I've got some sticky stuff on my shoe.
She's really hot stuff at baseball.
suddenspeak speak spelling 
A sudden gust of wind blew the door shut.
A sudden movement caught my eye.
There was a sudden stillness in the air.
princessspeak speak spelling 
The princess wanted to marry a blacksmith.
She was like a princess in a fairy tale.
I am really going to meet the princess.
soccerspeak speak spelling 
After school, we played soccer.
Soccer referees have a thankless task.
France and Spain met in the soccer cup final.
checkspeak speak spelling 
I check my mailbox every other day.
Let me check your blood pressure.
Unless a check is signed, it is invalid.
shipspeak speak spelling 
A little leak will sink a great ship.
A great ship asks deep water.
Rats leave a sinking ship.
childspeak speak spelling 
Every mother’s child is handsome.
Lucy is a rather timid child.
It is a wise father that knows his own child.
shirtspeak speak spelling 
The collar of his shirt was dirty.
He always wears a shirt and tie.
You look good in that shirt.
thirtyspeak speak spelling 
She was in a class of thirty members.
I estimate his age at thirty.
It will cost around thirty dollars.
pushspeak speak spelling 
She gave him a hard push towards the door.
Rick got the push a few weeks ago.
You can push the pin in with your thumb.
catchspeak speak spelling 
Eagles catch no flies.
We had to sprint to catch the bus.
First catch your hare then cook him.
reachspeak speak spelling 
It's a few inches beyond my reach.
What number are you trying to reach?
I can't reach the top shelf.
inchspeak speak spelling 
He escaped death by an inch.
Give him an inch and he’ll take a yard.
The curtains were an inch too short.
crashspeak speak spelling 
The crash victim is in the hospital now.
We know the precise location of the crash.
Her parents survived in a plane crash.
pitchspeak speak spelling 
The pitch is too small to play football on.
Please pitch your waste paper in here.
After the game fans invaded the pitch.
bathspeak speak spelling 
I shall have a hot bath and go to bed.
I usually bath the kids in the evening.
Don't throw out the baby with the bath water.
hopscotchspeak speak spelling 
It's squares for hopscotch.
The children start to play hopscotch.
At hopscotch, the best hoppers are kids.
truthspeak speak spelling 
Nothing is really beautiful but truth.
Truth is the daughter of time.
Sooner or later, the truth comes to light.
monthspeak speak spelling 
December is the last month of the year.
I shall go to London next month.
I haven't been home for a month.
dancespeak speak spelling 
The waltz is an easy dance to learn.
He piped so that we could dance.
They rolled back and had a dance.
racespeak speak spelling 
Who won the swimming race?
The horse fell behind in the race.
Slow and steady wins the race.