Spelling List and Bible Memory for 3/25 - 2/28
1. exceed (verb) : to be greater than or go above the limits.
example sentence: The price of the shoes exceed the amount of money that I have in my wallet.
If you want to exceed in sports, you must practice everyday.
2. notorious (adjective) : well-known.
example sentence: My friend's dog is notorious for having the loudest barking in the neighborhood.
The boy who cried wolf was notorious for lying a lot to the villagers.
Spelling List and Bible Memory for 3/18 to 3/22
Challenge Words :
1. queasy (adjective): feeling sick to your stomach.
example sentences: I cannot go to school today because my stomach is feeling queasy.
After looking out the windows from the 50th floor in the building, my stomach started to feel queasy since I do not like high places.
2. assure (verb) : to promise.
example sentences: "I assure you, there will be enough popcorn for all of us" said dad at the movie theater.
I can assure you that you will love this book!
Spelling and Bible Memory for 3/11 - 3/15
Since we will be focusing on preparing and practicing our presentations for the Culture fair on 3/15 Friday, we will not be having a new spelling list. We will have Bible Memory.
Call our for the ability to be wise.
Cry our for understanding.
The Lord gives wisdom.
Knowledge and understanding
come from His mouth.
Proverbs 2: 3 & 6
Bible Memory for 3/4-3/8
Due to service week, there will be no spelling list this week.
We will be having a memory verse to learn.
"God, create a pure heart in me.
Give me a new spirit that is faithful to you."
Spelling List and Bible Memory for 2/25-3/1
1. sequence (noun) : the order in which things happen.
example sentence: I enjoy reading a book series in sequence.
Switching up the sequence of the recipe steps caused the usually delicious brownies to turn out inedible.
2. circular (adjective) : having the form of a circle.
example sentence: The bug kept flying around me in a circular motion.
There is a circular path around the park where people can walk and jog.
Spelling List and Bible Memory for 2/18 to 2/22
1. distribute (verb) : to divide and hand out among some or many.
example sentence: "We will distribute our Valentines treats after lunchtime" said Miss Barkman.
2. assortment (noun) : a collection of different things or items.
example sentence: We had an assortment of many types of pies for the Pie day party.
Spelling List and Bible Memory for 2/11-2/15
1. embrace (verb) : to hold tightly in one's arms
example sentence: My mother gave me a big embrace on the morning of my birthday and exclaimed, "happy birthday!"
2. devoted (adjective) : very loving and loyal
example sentence: The devoted dog stayed right by his master that he was caring for.
Spelling List and Bible Memory for 2/4-2/8
Valentine Challenge Words:
1. enamored (verb) : to be filled with a feeling of love.
example sentence: "The child was enamored with the puppy and wanted to play with him all day long. "
2. bouquet (noun) : a bunch of flowers.
example sentence: "Dad gave a bouquet of roses to mom for her birthday."
Spelling List and Bible Memory for 1/28-2/1
Since we have had another 10 weeks of learning a new set of vocabulary words, we will be reviewing these words and assessing on how we use these vocabulary words. We have a Bible Memory verse, below.
1. Previously (adv.) - happening before.
Example: "Previously, I ordered the strawberry ice cream, but this time I will order the chocolate ice cream.
2. Frequently (adv.) - Happening often.
Example: "I frequently go to the dentist to get my teeth checked."
3. Assumption (verb) - the belief that something is true.
Example: "I made the assumption that you would want lemonade because it is your favorite."
4. Annual (adj.) - occurring once per year.
Example: "Every fall the 4th graders go on the annual camping trip.
5. Indicate (verb) - to point out.
Example: "Please indicate if you would like orange or apple juice."
6. Flexible (adj.) - easily changed.
Example: "I am flexible and don't mind if I need to change my schedule."
7. Recent (adj.) - A time that was not long ago.
Example: "I was very pleased with my most recent test score."
8. Peculiar (adj.)- Different from the usual or norm.
Example: "My grandma drives a peculiar car that has fish painted all over the car. "
9. Mob (noun) - A large rowdy crowd.
Example: "The mob of shoppers crowded into the store to find good bargains."
10. Contemplate (verb)- to consider with careful thought.
Example: "Take time to contemplate the text before choosing your
Bible Memory Verse:
1 Samuel 16:7b
"I do not look at the things people look at. Man looks at how someone appears on the outside. But I look at what is in the heart."
Spelling List and Bible Memory for 1/22-1/25
1. mob (noun) : a large rowdy crowd.
- A mob of eager shoppers formed when the store had a big sale.
2. contemplate (verb) : To consider with careful thought.
- The student stopped to contemplate what the next step for the long division word problem was.