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  1. Word LaddersThird Grade Tulip - Poplar Unit 2 Week 1 Created by Kristi Waltke

  2. On the bottom rung of your ladder spell… tulip

  3. Change one letter in “tulip.” Use the letters to spell a word for a student. The same word can also be used for what’s found in the center of your iris. tulip

  4. You should have spelled… pupil

  5. Use the last three letters in “pupil” and add two letters to make a word for the person driving an airplane. pupil

  6. You should have spelled… pilot

  7. Drop one letter from “pilot” and use the remaining letters to make a word for work. pilot

  8. You should have spelled… toil

  9. Add two letters to “toil” and make a word for commode. toil

  10. You should have spelled… toilet

  11. Change two letters in “toilet” and use the letters to spell a word for the absence of sound. toilet

  12. You should have spelled… silent

  13. Drop two letters from “silent” to make a word for the past tense of “lend.” silent

  14. You should have spelled… lent

  15. Change the ending of “lent” to make a word for a yellow fruit that has a sour taste. lent

  16. You should have spelled… lemon

  17. Scramble the letters in “lemon” to make a word for a type of fruit with a hard rind. lemon

  18. You should have spelled… melon

  19. Use a three letter chunk from “melon” to make a word for a desert animal with a hump back. You’ll have to add two letters. melon

  20. You should have spelled… camel

  21. Use the last four letters in “camel” to spell a word for the opposite of female. camel

  22. You should have spelled… male

  23. Change the beginning of “male” to make a word for very light colored. male

  24. You should have spelled… pale

  25. Use three letters from “pale” and three additional letters to spell a word for a type of tree from a temperate region. pale

  26. You should have spelled… poplar

  27. You’ve just gone from tulip to poplar. Way to go!