Still wondering what you’ll be doing for spelling practice this school year? Here are some neat resources to hold you over until you decide on a curriculum. Or, you might even decide you don’t need one!
I, personally, like to use a Dolch word list. Since these are the most commonly used words, it is a real help if beginning readers know them. This list is divided by grade, which makes it extra nice.
Kidspell.com has spelling games to keep things fun.
See ‘N Spell has games for beginning spellers.
You’ll also find a large list of spelling games at gamequarium.com.
Funbrain.com has a neat game where you’re given several word options and have to choose the misspelled word.
Learninggamesforkids.com offers games for spelling, vocabulary, alphabetizing and more.
Wow! Lots of great resources here; writing, typing, spelling, grammar and more.
And, of course, don’t forget board games like Scrabble and Boggle. These make great spelling and vocabulary practice for older learners.
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