You've definitely been working hard to memorize and spell your high frequency words these last eight weeks. Tomorrow, we're scheduled to take the summative word study assessment. Remember to use your pretest to study your words this evening. Students are required to know how to spell contractions and will be asked to write the words they join on the test. For example, you'll need to know how to spell let's, the contraction. You also need to identify that let's is the contraction for the words let us.
Try spelling your words aloud while tossing the ball, jumping rope, or showing your family word chants. If you've got one or two that still give you trouble, try making up a rhyme or clue that will trigger your brain whenever you need to spell the word. For example, friend ends with end. The word there has the word here in it. Whatever you decide, try to make it fun!