Susan C. Anthony

Spelling Plus Level B:
Dictation Sentences from Children's Literature

The sentences below contain only words that children working at the indicated levels in Spelling Plus should be able to spell. Some words are included that aren't on the lists, but are regularly spelled according to rules children should have learned by the time they get to the list. Pronouns are sometimes used in place of proper nouns to make a sentence easier to spell.

Remember that dictation of sentences from a list should occur in the week after children pass a weekly test on the list, or anytime after that. If a link in the array below doesn't take you anywhere, there are no sentences for that list in this collection.

Level BList 10  |  List 12
Level CList 15  |  List 20  |  List 21  |  List 22  |  List 23  |  List 24  |  List 25

List 10 from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

  1. And I said, “Give it to me, quick!”

List 12 from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

  1. He smiled at them, a small sad smile.

Spelling Plus Level C

List 15 from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

  1. Three days went by, and we had no luck.

List 20 from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

  1. On this day, and no other, you must come in the morning.

List 21 from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

  1. There's more than two! There's one, two, three, four, five!

List 22 from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

  1. It's on its way.

List 23 from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

  1. He seems to know more about it than we do.
  2. That's why we're glad they fell.
  3. Which room shall it be next?

List 24 from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

  1. I can't hear a word you're saying.

List 25 from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

  1. I just love gum. I can't do without it.
  2. Take it home, quickly, before you lose it! Run all the way and don't stop.

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