Spelling can be a challenge for some kids. But whether you’re a homeschool veteran or just starting out, you’re probably here because you want to do whatever it takes to help your child master this critical subject.
In an ideal world, you could teach spelling and it would just “click” for your child. But alas, that often isn’t the case.
Maybe you started with a spelling program that just didn’t teach in the way your child could understand. Or maybe your child says he “hates spelling” or is having trouble progressing beyond a certain level.
So it’s time to enter problem-solving mode. Maybe you’re curious about All About Spelling, but you have one important question: is AAS right for my child?
You’ve read the product descriptions and reviews, but what you’d really like to know is if the program will be a good match for your child’s unique situation and skills. And that’s why I’ve compiled seven common spelling-related scenarios that are based on situations that parents and educators face every day.
Do any of these situations remind you of your child? Click on a heading to see more!
These are just seven possible scenarios. They represent the most common issues, but definitely not all! So if you ever run into a problem—or just want someone to brainstorm with—contact us. Our lifetime support policy means you’re never on your own!
Which of the above scenarios describes your child best?
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