If you don’t have a visual memory of a particular word, how do you decide whether to use C or K? It’s easy if you know the “Kids’ Club Rule.”
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“Do I need both All About Reading and All About Spelling?” Here’s your answer.
Many people assume that if their child isn’t a kinesthetic learner, kinesthetic activities are unnecessary. But this just isn’t the case…
It isn’t easy to learn to spell by rote memorization of lists of unrelated words. There is a better—and more logical—way.
Find out why spelling is easy to teach when you use an Orton-Gillingham program like All About Spelling.
Come on a guided tour of All About Spelling and discover the elements that set it apart from other spelling programs.
All About Reading and All About Spelling can help you instill a love of learning in your child—even if you have a struggling learner.