Kindergarten Spelling Words With Example

Kindergarten: With Example - 4
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 Kindergarten: With Example - 4
againspeak speak spelling sentences 
Once and again.
Do it again.
Oh, boy, not again.
He rubbed his forehead again and stared at her.
The Secret Garden By Frances Hodgson Burnett
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He stopped her again as excited as she was herself.
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Colin leaned back on his cushion again, laughing a little.
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manyspeak speak spelling sentences 
How many cats is there?
Too many fruits to eat.
One world, many voices.
I am going to do ever so many more.
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He walks over to Thwaite many a day just for th fun of it.
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Mary Lennox knew they were roses because she had seen a great many roses in India.
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backspeak speak spelling sentences 
Back to school.
Welcome back.
She will not send back.
He sat down with his back against a tree.
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I made them put me back in bed this afternoon.
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My back ached and my head ached and I was tired.
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herespeak speak spelling sentences 
You are here.
Look here.
Stop here.
And here is the handle, and here is the door.
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I shall come here every day, announced Colin.
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There is no one to talk to here except you and Ben Weatherstaff.
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thinkspeak speak spelling sentences 
Think about it.
Time to think.
It's how you think, not what you think.
She knew what he would think of her.
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I think he asked the robin questions.
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Now I have seen you I think she said sensible things.
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everyspeak speak spelling sentences 
Every day is new.
Every child is ready to read.
Every year.
She gives me one every Saturday.
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Give my love to mother and every one of you.
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I have been to talk to him every day this week.
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wentspeak speak spelling sentences 
I went to beach.
I went walking.
How far she went.
Mary went and brought her back.
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Dickon laughed too and went on talking.
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The far-off faint crying went on and led her.
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awayspeak speak spelling sentences 
Far away.
I'm away.
Go away.
She thrust it away again, but with less animosity.
The Adventures of Tom Sawyer By Mark Twain
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I asked him if I should go away and he made me stay.
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When she did go away th orders was no one was ever to come nigh.
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underspeak speak spelling sentences 
Under the covers.
It's under control.
The cat is under table.
The gardening tools were laid together under a tree.
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She put her hands under the leaves and began to pull and push them aside.
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They are so busy and having such fun under the earth or in the trees or heather.
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takespeak speak spelling sentences 
Take note.
Take a look.
Take bus.
My cousin knows how to take care of me.
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I would let them take me there in my chair.
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You must not take liberties because you are in the secret.
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foundspeak speak spelling sentences 
Lost and found.
You found me.
Found in the forest.
She found Martha waiting there.
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I found the key and got in weeks ago.
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She heard me crying and found me herself.
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handspeak speak spelling sentences 
First hand.
Give me a hand.
Hand in hand.
Colin put out his thin hand and touched her.
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Mary put her hand out of the window and held it in the sun.
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Mistress Mary put her hand on his arm again without knowing it.
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justspeak speak spelling sentences 
Just do it.
Just in time.
Just for games.
You just say that to make people sorry.
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It sounds just as if you had really seen it.
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He spoke to his people just as you spoke to Martha.
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getspeak speak spelling sentences 
Get in.
Get old.
Get well soon.
Miss Mary can get no harm from them.
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Perhaps that is the first baby way to get it.
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I am going to get up to the sofa for breakfast.
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givespeak speak spelling sentences 
Give back.
Give what you want to get.
More ways to give.
I cannot give you time or attention.
The Secret Garden By Frances Hodgson Burnett
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Who would not give all else for two.
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland By Lewis Carroll
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She could not bear that he should give in before Ben Weatherstaff.
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offspeak speak spelling sentences 
Special sale with big off.
Turn off the computer.
It's better off.
And the executioner went off like an arrow.
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland By Lewis Carroll
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The boys moved off and disappeared in the gloom.
The Adventures of Tom Sawyer By Mark Twain
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Mr. Craven went off his head like when he was born.
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rightspeak speak spelling sentences 
Right or wrong?
All right.
You are right.
He knew what the matter was, and set himself to right it.
The Adventures of Tom Sawyer By Mark Twain
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And she felt she was quite right; but of course now she felt that Colin was quite wrong.
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Just as she said this, she noticed that one of the trees had a door leading right into it.
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland By Lewis Carroll
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oncespeak speak spelling sentences 
Once upon a time.
Once more.
Once a week.
All at once he had realized something to the full.
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Once he had rheumatic fever an once he had typhoid.
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I am Susan Sowerby that made bold to speak to you once on the moor.
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sawspeak speak spelling sentences 
Saw and knew.
I saw you.
We saw him on TV.
Then they saw Dr. Craven and stopped.
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The Cat only grinned when it saw Alice.
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland By Lewis Carroll
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I never saw a boy foxes and crows loved.
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housespeak speak spelling sentences 
Open house.
Green house.
Haunted house.
She ran back to the house as quickly as her feet would carry her.
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She was taken to a part of the house she had not been into before.
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Susan Sowerby got up at last to return to the house and Mrs. Medlock.
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headspeak speak spelling sentences 
Thinking head.
Cow head.
How heavy is your head?
The Hatter shook his head mournfully.
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland By Lewis Carroll
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He nodded his head toward the outer corridor.
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Mr. Craven went off his head like when he was born.
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threespeak speak spelling sentences 
Three colors.
I have three books.
Three little pigs.
And it showed three white, startled faces, too.
The Adventures of Tom Sawyer By Mark Twain
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All three had gasped with fright more than once.
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The river was not high, so there was not more than a two or three mile current.
The Adventures of Tom Sawyer By Mark Twain
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newspeak speak spelling sentences 
New ball.
What's new?
New York.
Colin knew something new was coming.
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But at last he asked a question which opened up a new subject.
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He showed her ten thousand new green points pushing through the mould.
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alwaysspeak speak spelling sentences 
Always and forever.
Big isn't always good.
He is always with me.
I was always ill and tired and it was too hot.
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She always wanted to try to make him talk to her.
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Because I am like this always, ill and having to lie down.
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putspeak speak spelling sentences 
Put it away.
Put this on.
How to put on a T-shirt.
She put the key in and turned it.
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She put her foot out of bed and stood on the floor.
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Mistress Mary put her hand on his arm again without knowing it.
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tellspeak speak spelling sentences 
Tell me about yourself.
Show, don't just tell.
Tell the truth.
I can dig and pull up weeds, and do whatever you tell me.
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He is not going to tell Mrs. Medlock anything about it yet.
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Dickon brought his fox and his rook and I was going to tell you all about them.
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becausespeak speak spelling sentences 
Because I am happy.
I smile because of you.
Because I said, I would.
I sent for you to-day because Mrs. Sowerby said I ought to see you.
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She did not mind much, because she had already counted up to thirty.
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The mournful sound kept her awake because she felt mournful herself.
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thingspeak speak spelling sentences 
One more thing.
Do the green thing.
One thing leads to another.
Almost the next moment a wonderful thing happened.
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When her Ayah was dead there was no one to give a thought to the little thing.
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Alice said; but was dreadfully puzzled by the whole thing, and longed to change the subject.
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland By Lewis Carroll
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farspeak speak spelling sentences 
Galaxy is far, far away.
The apple never falls far away from tree.
How far is too far?
It was sweet and clear and happy and far away.
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But it must have fallen short or gone too far; so he tried twice more.
The Adventures of Tom Sawyer By Mark Twain
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A muffled sound of voices floated up from the far end of the graveyard.
The Adventures of Tom Sawyer By Mark Twain
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bothspeak speak spelling sentences 
Look both ways.
Either or both.
Both of us.
They both felt their pulses beat faster.
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The Gryphon lifted up both its paws in surprise.
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland By Lewis Carroll
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He was at once furious and slightly pleased, if a person could be both at one time.
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gotspeak speak spelling sentences 
I got it.
She just got license.
What got you here won't get you there.
I found the key and got in weeks ago.
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I found it myself and I got into it myself.
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Mary got up, much mystified, and found the cord.
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findspeak speak spelling sentences 
Find it.
Find us.
Find a way.
She felt as if she must find out what it was.
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I shall find out thousands and thousands of things.
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This comes hoping to find you well as it leaves me at present.
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donespeak speak spelling sentences 
Well done!
I'm done.
Consider it done.
Martha laughed as she had done the first morning.
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The change in the weather seemed to have done him good.
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She was thinking that the small plain face did not look quite as sour at this moment as it had done the first morning she saw it.
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lookspeak speak spelling sentences 
Look for.
Look ahead.
Look at me.
She quite caught her breath as she stopped to look at it.
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Dickon followed her with a queer, almost pitying, look on his face.
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It was this hazy tangle from tree to tree which made it all look so mysterious.
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namespeak speak spelling sentences 
Name tags.
What's your name?
Write your name here.
When Mr. Roach heard his name he smiled quite leniently.
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The young man whose name was Barney looked at her very sadly.
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Tom knew that when his name was pronounced in full, it meant trouble.
The Adventures of Tom Sawyer By Mark Twain
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letspeak speak spelling sentences 
Let's party.
Let us play.
Let me in.
I would let them take me there in my chair.
The Secret Garden By Frances Hodgson Burnett
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No one must let him remember about having humps and dying.
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So they asked her to let them send some of their shillings to buy things.
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betterspeak speak spelling sentences 
It isn't just good; it is better.
Make it better.
It's much better than before.
Perhaps it would be better to go and see what the gardens were like.
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The master had better get you a governess, same as he said he would.
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She counted the times carefully and when she had finished she felt in better spirits.
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