Look-Cover-Say-Write-Check is a great strategy for children to learn new spelling words. In this PLD Literacy and Learning Insight, Diana Rigg discusses how to gain the maximum benefit from this technique.
Practice spelling words-- or use this for a poetry activity. Students draw a big scribble on their page - remind them to leave big spaces in their scribble! Using coloured pencils, they can then fill the spaces with their words.
This spelling infographic comes courtesy of The Oatmeal. If you’ve never heard of The Oatmeal, your life isn’t yet complete. Bad spelling drives me bonkers. The Oatmeal keeps me happy.
75 FUN Ways to Practice Spelling - writing & fine motor, gross motor, oral, games & online fun! Help kids learn spelling words, letters, numbers, sight words & more in a fun, meaningful and memorable way!
Instead of assigning traditional spelling practice for homework, increase your students’ engagement by using these nine, monthly spelling cafes. Each month has at least 11 different ways to practice their spelling words