Spelling it Right

Roger Smith
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The main groups of exercise worksheets are:
  • Syllables
  • Consonants
  • Prefixes
  • Suffixes
  • Word endings
  • Vowels
  • Words in
    school subjects
  • Plurals
  • Memorizing strategies
  • Games and Puzzles
  • Other topics
  • Links

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Advice for adults who are weak spellers
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    Advice about Using the Exercises

    Familiarize yourself with the spelling exercises:
    • try to match exercises to current weaknesses
    • where general spelling weakness exists
    • dip around the list to add variety

    Print an exercise rather than trying to work on-screen
    • Pages will print in black and white

    Try to arrange a regular schedule
    • for example half an hour, two or three times a week

    Keep a record of the exercises completed

    Show an interest
    • regularly looking at and talking about the work
    • working alongside your child whenever possible

    Most worksheets end with the instruction to memorize the
    focus words. This is to reinforce the theme of that
    particular exercise. Don't expect that these words will
    be imprinted in the memory for ever more!
    You will need to go back from time to time.
    Do be sure to study the three memorizing strategies pages. (They include
    a link to a super interactive exercise)

    USA Spelling Books
    UK Spelling Books
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    Do be sure to study the three pages on memorizing strategies