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They improve calligraphy, know the correct use of grammar, avoid spelling mistakes, increase memory and work on concentration. There are many advantages for boys and girls to do a dictation or two a day, even more so if these little ones are about to close the second cycle of primary school. Today we share with you 24 short dictations for fifth graders with which they will be able to acquire new knowledge and reinforce what they have learned in previous courses at school and at home!
As with younger children, it is not about doing many of these exercises a day, but about doing them well, slowly and understanding all the grammar rules. One or two a day will be enough, do not forget to solve all the doubts they have. We started!
Plain words, acute, esdrújulas and sobreesdrújulas that carry accent marks, how to correctly use the double "l" or the 'h' or how to insert punctuation marks in the same text are just some of the things that students will work on during this course fifth grade. Hence, many teachers and parents want to use dictations as reinforcement material. Attentive to these exercises short dictations very practical, educational and also a lot of fun!
It is time to dive right into learning the words flat, sharp, esdrújulas and sobreesdrújulas. The fifth grade primary school students They are about to close cycle, so they must know each and every one of the grammatical rules, including accents according to each word.
To help you in this task and ensure that you do not have any doubts, we have prepared these enjoyable dictations, ideal for knowing when and how these types of words are accentuated.
Exercises with plain words with tilde
1 The pencil is difficult to use, at least that's what my friend Julián González thinks. However, I think it is more difficult to find a clover and a dollar in a tree.
2 I play soccer on the lawn next to my house. The leader and the angel take sugar on the horse. I dont believe it!
3 The trailer for the movie is about to begin. Pay attention, it's about Simón Bolívar
Dictator with sharp words
4 Jesus makes a division, José studies the lesson and Antón plays with his truck.
5 The shark, the lion and the owl are close friends. They have a great time playing jump on Aunt Cortés's sofa.
6 Mom and Dad say I'm a champion because I can play the song so well on my trumpet and my saxophone.
Exercises with esdrújulas words
7 The machine and the compass work very well, so they can show us the way to the lost magic shell.
8 The seventh bird is valid, so you can listen to music on Wednesdays as loud as you want.
9 The grammar says that the third syllable is the one to put the intonation on. You understood it right?
Dictations to practice the words on esdrújulas
10 Tell me everything but do it easily so I don't make a mistake. Then I'll quickly explain it to the pirate with the blue beard.
11 Explain it to him without haste since that mouse can easily hunt you in your traps.
12 Give it back, that which you have taken is not yours, it doesn't matter if you like it a lot. Or do you prefer to gamble and see if he does not realize that you have taken a piece of his cheese?
In the previous courses, the teaching of the use of punctuation marks has already begun, now that they have reached the fifth grade of primary school, they should continue in this line with fun dictations and a little longer like the ones we show you here.
13 That summer day it was hotter than normal, I was on the beach with my cousins so I told them:
- Shall we go to the water for a swim?
- Clear! Shall we race to see who gets to the sea first?
Neither short nor lazy we left the sand castle we were making and ran as fast as we could to see who touched the water first. Of course, I won, I am the oldest of the three and also the one who runs the most. Shortly after being in the water, my cousin Marcos said:
- Boys! Behold! I think I've seen a shark!
And that was how the great adventure began ...
14 - We have to do something. Said the lion.
- But what? The ferret asked.
- To begin with, we will call a meeting to inform all the animals of the serious problem we have. The wise tiger added.
- Issue? What a problem? The turtle that had just made its appearance asked.
- Well, there is almost no water left and as the rains don't come soon we won't have anything to drink. He was informed by the lion who appeared to be in command of the situation.
- Do not worry! I know what we can do ...
Second cycle primary school students are already clear about how the 'h' is used, however, they still make spelling mistakes in their texts with this letter, and it is one of the most expensive to learn. So that they have no doubts about if a word is written with 'h' or without itWe suggest that you teach your students an exercise like these every day.
15 I have spoken with Hugo about the holidays, he has told me that he wants to go to Huesca, but I do not agree, I prefer to travel to Huelva. What do you think?
16 I have a small garden with hidden grass and lots of vegetables. You want to see them?
17 The chameleon is not very talkative, however, he has a lot of fun when he hides his bone from the dog that is his neighbor. It's worth it!
As with the 'h', the letter 'll' is often expensive to learn since some boys and girls of these ages sometimes mistake the letter 'y'. To avoid these spelling mistakes, we propose these useful dictations:
18 We are going to help my grandfather paint the hallway in his house. While the grandmother is going to prepare us some delicious butter cookies.
19 I'm proud that I was able to pick up the house keys that had fallen into a gutter. What a scare!
20 The chick was mewing, the hen was barking, and the foal was making a louder noise than the horse. They ate donuts and not a single murmur was heard. What a funny and weird farm!
21 You go and take the fence to fix the entrance so that the cat does not escape again, please.
To finish, we show you some famous poems perfect for boys and girls of these ages. Memory, handwriting and concentration will improve. Don't forget to suggest that they illustrate their dictation from behind the page, they won't be able to say no to you!
22 Sleep, sleep, my master,
without anxiety, without fear,
although my soul does not sleep,
although I do not rest.
Sleep, sleep and at night
be you less rumor
than the blade of grass,
than the silk of the fleece.
Let my flesh sleep in you,
my anxiety, my trembling.
My eyes close on you:
Let my heart sleep in you!
Fragment of 'The sad mother'. Gabriela Mistral
23 My shadow follows me,
my shadow catches me,
my shadow shrinks,
my shadow lengthens,
Imitates me and disappears,
bends and enlarges
and it goes down when I go up
and go up when I go down
And without any work
is it dinosaur or cloud,
is it giant or dwarf
And it's where I've already been
Fragment of 'My shadow'. Edgar Allan Garcia
24 The square has a tower,
the tower has a balcony,
the balcony has a lady,
the lady a white flower.
A gentleman has passed
-Who knows why it happened! -
and has taken the square,
with its tower and its balcony,
with his balcony and his lady
his lady and her white flower.
Fragment of 'The square has a tower'. Antonio Machado
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