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Online Spelling Skills from these Child-Friendly Sites

When learning is made to be a game, it is not a task. The Internet is a powerful learning tool. Many spelling sites have emerged offering your child help with spelling and vocabulary training. Choose the spelling sites you'll be using with your children.

Spelling Classroom

The spelling game gives your child spelling practice. The Spelling Program uses word lists to simulate a live word test. You can also create your word lists. Your child and the whole family can take part in the Spelling Game Contests on the site which is playable by grade level, including one for adults.

Catch the Spelling

Hone your child's spelling and vocabulary skills on this lineup of word tests. Your child has to catch the letters to spell the word given on top of the screen.

Spin and Spell

This is a game where a word has to be spelled correctly by looking at a picture. Your child will have to spell it out by “˜dialing a wheel and selecting the right letter. This game can be played alone or with a friend. The simplicity of this game makes it just right for the very early grades.

Spelling Bee Games from TVO Kids

The bee makes a return and claps along as your child goes through 25 words. It’s just “˜buzzerific’ if they manage to get them right. For a few pointers on how to play the game with your child, read the instructions for parents.

YouTube Interactive Spelling Bee

Christy Carlson Romano gives 100 words from 20 different categories, and your child gets to help the contestants by clicking one among three choices on the screen. The interactive spelling bee game is enjoyable and full of quirky humor. The Tutoring Center, Clemson-Seneca SC offers cl programs and one-to-one instruction customized for your child. When you want the best tutoring in Clemson and Seneca, call The Tutoring Center, Clemson-Seneca SC at  (864) 481-0481 for your child's free diagnostic assessment.


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