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09/13/2017
Spelling is the foundation for writing and grammar. Spelling is sometimes underrated, but it's a vital skill to have. You can help your child at home with these fun spelling activities.

5 Fun Ways to Practice Spelling

Spelling can change the way people think of you. You can be brilliant and present exceptional projects in class, but frequent spelling mistakes can make your grades drop. You don't want that to happen to your child. Start working with strengthening their spellings skills at home with these suggestions.
  1. Use the internet: The internet is a great learning tool when used under adult supervision. There are plenty of websites such as Spelling City and Kids Spell that focus on practicing spelling.
  2. Crossword puzzles: Puzzles are a fantastic way to practice spelling because they can't be completed if there are any mistakes present. They are also great for improving concentration skills. You can easily purchase a crossword puzzles book or make your own online.
  3. Crafts: Repetition is a sure way to help your children practice spelling, but it can get boring fast. You can make repetition interesting by using unique tools like Play Doh, finger paint, and alphabet soup to write the words down.
  4. Music: If your child is an auditory learner, making up a spelling song can be useful and fun. Think about it, how do you remember which letter goes after the next in the alphabet? You probably sing the alphabet song in your head.
  5. Jump rope: Get your child to burn off some energy and practice spelling with a jump rope. They simply need to spell a word with each jump.

Tutoring in Centennial Can Help Too

Tutoring can give your child's grades an even greater boost among many other benefits. Tutoring can also improve your child's spelling, writing, and vocabulary. Just call The Tutoring Center, Centennial CO at (303) 800-0540 to learn about the many other ways tutoring can help your child.

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