If your child has finished formal spelling instruction (or you’re looking forward to that day), this post explains “what to do next.”
Having fun with homophones helps children learn to use them correctly—which is why we created the Homophone Machine.
The way you handle spelling mistakes can make a huge difference in your child’s ability and confidence.
Learn three important ways to organize information and improve memory in this post!
Will All About Spelling be a good match for your child’s unique situation and skills? Here are 7 common scenarios.
Explore our “thinking approach” to word families and find out how this approach increases confidence in reading and spelling ability.
Intimidated by the idea of teaching long vowel sounds? Our handy guide will help.
Most spelling lists aren’t designed to help a child learn to spell. The lists in All About Spelling are different.
Help your child recognize the importance of the virtues that standardized tests can’t measure!
Discover how to use Word Trees to help your child become familiar with Latin roots.