Deep down, I’m a problem solver. If you’re a parent, you probably are, too. You’ll do whatever it takes to ensure that your child can spell because it is such a 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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