ICANSPELL LEVEL 4
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Level 4 of ICANSPELL contains 64 lessons

I have listed the major concepts for each lesson below. You can purchase ICANSPELL Level 4 in either paper or e-mailed PDF form.

  • ICANSPELL Level 4

    1. Dictation Pad 4-01 to 4-08
      • Lesson 01
        • Various ways to spell the sound of er (ir, ear, or)
      • Lesson 02
        • In the letter combinations ald, alt and alk the a sounds like aw
        • The vowel teams aw and au as in lawn and launch
      • Lesson 03
        • Hard and soft sounds of the letters c and g
      • Lesson 04
        • Various ways to spell the sound of ur (ur, er, or)
      • Lesson 05
        • Various sounds made by the letter c
      • Lesson 06
        • The long sound of oo rhymes with you
        • The short sound of oo rhymes with book
      • Lesson 07
        • The letter o teamed with i (oi) and y (oy)
        • The letter o teamed with w (ow) and u (ou)
      • Lesson 08
        • The letter teams ou and ow making the sound in ouch
        • The letter team ou making the sounds in you and dough
    2. Dictation Pad 4-09 to 4-16
      • Lesson 09
        • The letter r affecting various vowels
      • Lesson 10
        • The consonant blend st
        • Silent t following an s
        • The letters st used as an abbreviation
      • Lesson 11
        • The vowel team ou in ought
        • The vowel team ou in double
        • The vowel team ou in furious
      • Lesson 12
        • The letters ue and ew making the sound in due (rhymes with moo)
        • The letters ue and ew making the sound in mew
        • Words can be pronounced in different ways
      • Lesson 13
        • The consonant team ph sounds like f
        • Some words contain ph but not as a consonant team
        • See This is a PDF file.Lesson 4-13
      • Lesson 14
        • The consonant team sh
        • The letter s making the sound of sh
      • Lesson 15
        • The sound of x spelled with x
        • The sound of x spelled with cks
      • Lesson 16
        • The letter c making the sound of k
        • The letters ch making the sound of k
        • The letters ch making the sound in achoo
    3. Dictation Pad 4-17 to 4-24
      • Lesson 17
        • The vowel team oa making the sound of long o
        • Various ways to spell the sound of long a
      • Lesson 18
        • Various ways to spell the sound of el (el, le, al)
      • Lesson 19
        • The suffixes tion and sion
      • Lesson 20
        • Various ways to spell the sound of j (j, ge, dge)
      • Lesson 21
        • Various ways to spell the sound of long i (i_e, ind, igh)
      • Lesson 22
        • The letter l affects the vowels a (ball) and o (scroll)
        • The letters ld affect the vowel o (bold)
        • The letter l can be silent (half)
        • The letters ph and gh can make the sound of f
      • Lesson 23
        • Various ways to spell the sound of long u (u_e, oo, ew, ough)
      • Lesson 24
        • Various ways to spell the sound of el (el, le, al)
    4. Dictation Pad 4-25 to 4-32
      • Lesson 25
        • The letters ng make the sound you hear in long
        • The letters ng make the sound you hear in change
      • Lesson 26
        • The letter i making its short sound
        • The letter i making its long sound
      • Lesson 27
        • Various ways to spell the short e sound (hem, friend, ahead)
        • The vowel team ea pronounced various ways (dead, bead, ear, heart)
      • Lesson 28
        • The suffixes y and ly
      • Lesson 29
        • Various ways to spell the soft sound of c
      • Lesson 30
        • The letter w as a consonant
        • The letter w as a vowel
        • The silent letter w
      • Lesson 31
        • The letter s makes a soft sound and a hard sound
        • The suffixes ess, less, ness, ress
        • The consonant blend st
      • Lesson 32
        • Various ways to spell the sound of k (with k, c, or q)
    5. Dictation Pad 4-33 to 4-40
      • Lesson 33
        • The suffixes ful and ly
        • The suffix able
        • The sound of el at the end of a word (el, al)
      • Lesson 34
        • Various ways to spell the sound of long e (ee, ie, ea, y, ey, e, oe)
      • Lesson 35
        • Various consonant blends
      • Lesson 36
        • The suffix le
        • The suffix ed
      • Lesson 37
        • Pairs and triplets of homophones (stake/steak and to/too/two)
      • Lesson 38
        • Pairs of homophones (groan/grown)
      • Lesson 39
        • The consonant teams wr and wh
      • Lesson 40
        • The consonant team th voiced and unvoiced
        • Doubled consonants
    6. Dictation Pad 4-41 to 4-48
      • Lesson 41
        • Words containing the letter f
        • Words containing the letter v
        • Words containing the letter z
      • Lesson 42
        • The suffixes ment and ive
        • The suffixes ient, ous and ious
        • The strange words one, none, done, gone
      • Lesson 43
        • Compound words with and without hyphens
        • The suffixes less and ness
        • The prefixes un and dis
      • Lesson 44
        • A miscellaneous chain of unrelated words
        • The first five words begin with silent letters k or g
      • Lesson 45
        • Pairs of possessive words (boy's/boys')
      • Lesson 46
        • Possessive pronouns that do not require apostrophes
        • Contractions with is, are, have, and not
      • Lesson 47
        • The names of Canada and its provinces and territories
      • Lesson 48
        • The names of Canada's capital cities
    7. Dictation Pad 4-49 to 4-56
      • Lesson 49
        • Mathematical terms--basic shapes
        • Mathematical terms--basic functions
      • Lesson 50
        • Words spelled two ways--American and British (rumor/rumour)
      • Lesson 51
        • homophone pairs (past/passed)
      • Lesson 52
        • Words often used incorrectly (angel/angle)
      • Lesson 53
        • Words spelled two ways--American and British (center/centre)
      • Lesson 54
        • Words spelled two ways--American and British (favor/favour)
      • Lesson 55
        • homophone pairs (scent/cent)
      • Lesson 56
        • Pluralizing words that end in f
    8. Dictation Pad 4-57 to 4-64
      • Lesson 57
        • The letters gh are silent (tonight)
        • The letters gh spell the sound of f (cough)
      • Lesson 58
        • Various ways to spell the sound of er (er, or, ur, ir, ar, yr)
      • Lesson 59
        • Various ways to spell the sound of s (s, sc, c)
      • Lesson 60
        • The vowel team au making the sound heard in cause
        • The vowel team ou making the sound heard in cousin
        • The vowel team ow making the sounds heard in howl and snow
      • Lesson 61
        • The vowel team ie making the sound heard in grief
        • The vowel team ei making the sound heard in seize
        • The suffixes ied and ies
      • Lesson 62
        • Various consonant teams
        • Some interesting words (lawyer)
      • Lesson 63
        • Various silent letters
      • Lesson 64
        • Contractions with not and are
        • The suffixes ion, an, ian, iant and ient


 


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