Vocabulary and Spelling Exercise
This is an exercise to prove learning on the computer is both more fun and effective for early elementary children, than for students having to use workbooks, paper and pencils.

DIRECTIONS: Read through the story once. Then as you read through the story the second time, fill in the blanks that would make the story make sense. You may use words from this week's spelling list, other words from the vocab box at the bottom of this page, or words you might already know. Just make sure the words are spelled correctly. Submit answers when finished with complete exercise.

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Once upon a time, a little stopped at my house. This did not want any cheese. He wanted to eat a . My mother had just made some (s), so I gave him one. I also gave him a of because I like to drink with my (s). Then he wanted a to put in his so it would be easy to drink the . When he finished eating his and drinking his , he asked for a so that he could wipe his mouth.


Vocabulary List and Extra Words
mouse
puppy
kitten
monkey
cookie
sandwich
hotdog
cupcake
pizza
glass
carton
pitcher
milk
soda
juice
water
cider
napkin
straw
spoon
towel
cloth
rag
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