A standardized quiz to help third grade students prepare for the spelling portion of a skills assessments tests.
My grandfather tells wonderful [stories] of his childhood.
The mothers talked and drank coffee as their [babys] played with toys on the floor.
My sister has so many [shoes] that she doesn't know what to do with them.
My favorite seafood is steamed [crab] legs with garlic butter.
The marshmallow turn hot and stick as campfire's [flame] licked hungrily at their outside.
After the strawberries were packaged they were quickly placed in cardboard [chrays] by the workers.
Only after the [completion] of his homework, could the boy watch television.
Choosing a car took a long time, however, he finally made his [decision].
The girl hoped she would receive one of the [invitasions] to the party.
Dust mites are so [little] you cannot see them without a powerful microscope.
The native habitat of the sloth is the hot, humid [jungles] of South America.
There were so many [peopel] at the concert that it was hard to move.
The boy's [ears] and face turned red with embarrassment.
Everyday, the soldiers practiced precisely timed [marches] across the lawn.
Somewhere in one of the many [boxs] in the moving truck were the boy's toys.
In science class we used a scale and small metal [weights] to measure the mass of an object.
His mother firmly reminded him that his bedtime was [ate] o'clock.
The older boy easily beat his baby brother at a [game] of checkers.
The chess [piece] was beautifully crafted.
The band came out onto the [feild] to play music for the crowd.
He humbly [received] the generous reward.
The boy [tripped] over his loose shoelace and tumbled to the ground.
She [pined] the note to the bulletin board.
We sat underneath the [striped] umbrella on the beach.
After riding far ahead of the competition the cyclist started to [coast].
After many days of work, the artist finally had [carved] his creation from the block of wood.
His valuables were [cept] kept safely hidden inside the locked box.
As tadpoles mature towards becoming a frog, the lose their [tale].
The beaver's [tail] is sometimes used to warn of nearby enemies by slapping the water.
When questioned by the police, the suspect told a [tale] that wasn't very believable.
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