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  • 75 Fun Ways to Practice

    and Learn Spelling Words

    "Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn."

    -Benjamin Franklin

    1.Play Dough Words- Use play dough to form letters to spell out each word.

    2.Pipe Cleaner Words- Use pipe cleaners and bend and form to make letters used to write out the words.

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    3.Yarn Words- Supply some yarn and scissors and let kids snip and create letters to spell out the words.

    4.Puffy Paint Words- Mix up a batch ofpuffy paint, write words, and pop them in microwave to watch them puff up. :)

    5.Stamp It!- Use alphabet stamps and ink pads to stamp out words or let child use fingerprints to write words if you don't have letter stamps. You can buy letter stamps at Mardel or Hobby Lobby.

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    6.Paint It!- Use a paintbrush and paint to spell words.

    7.Finger Paint- Let them get messy and have some sensory fun by finger painting to spell their words.

    8.Reverse Chalk Writing (aka Water Writing)- An easy and fun twist on writing words on the chalkboard. Use chalk to cover the chalkboard and have your child use a paintbrush dipped in water to write their words over it.

    9.Type It!- Kids usually love getting computer time, so let them type their spelling words on the computer/iPad/laptop.

    10. Rainbow Words- Spell words using different colored markers or crayons for each letter.

    11.Salt/Sand/Flour Tray- Spell words using finger or paintbrush (great sensory experience too). Put colored construction paper under the salt, sand or flour to make the letters really pop.

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    12.Trace- Have fun and let kids trace their words on your back or palm. Have them focus on properly forming each letter so you can feel it being drawn.

    13.Sidewalk Chalk(orPaint)- Go outside and spell your words using sidewalk chalk. Just taking the spelling practice outside makes it more fun for kids.

    14.Shaving Cream- This is another fun sensory experience. Make a thin layer of shaving cream on a tray and use a paintbrush or better yet a fingertip to spell out the words. Have some napkins on hand.

    15.Trace in the Air- Watch as children trace the letters in the air to spell each word.

    16.Alphabet Blocks- Use ABC blocks to spell words!

    17.Letter Beads- Use alphabet letter beads and pipe cleaners to build words.

    18.Letter Tiles- Spell words using letter tiles (you can purchase letter tiles at Mardel).

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    19.Alphabet Stickers- Build words using ABC stickers!

    20.Small/Medium/Large Words-Write the word using the smallest letters they can possibly write (this one is a fave), then doing it normal sized, and finally jumbo sized. It makes tedious writing practice so much more fun.

    21.Build a Word with Legos- Using some tape write the letters needed for each word ahead of time on some legos. Mix them up and then call out a word and have children build it using the appropriate Legos and you will end up with some spelling word towers. Now that's a fun way to spell.

    22.Crayon Bits- Use your broken crayons to make letters and spell the target words.

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    23.Q-Tip Writing- Use q-tips and paint to dot letters to spell the word or write the word using the q-tip as a paint brush.

    24.Magnet Letters- Take a cookie sheet or head for the fridge, add some magnetic letters and spell out the words.

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    25.Glue & Glitter- Write out spelling words in glue and sprinkle some glitter on top. Glitter makes everything fun, doesn't it?

    26.Wikki Stix- What a fun bendable material and perfect to use in building letters to spell words!

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    27.Alphabet Rocks- If you have a set of painted ABC rocks these can be a fun way to build and spell words.

    28.Marble Words- Kiddos enjoy using our flat bottom decorative marbles to form the letters needed to spell words. You could also use small rocks, decorative gems, or whatever you have handy.

    29.Coffee Filters & Markers- Let your child write the words using markers on coffee filters. Once you are all done, hand them a spray bottle of water and let them turn their spelling practice into art!

    30.Hidden Spelling Words- On a white piece of paper let your child write out the spelling words using a white crayon. Once all words have been written use watercolors and paint to make hidden words appear.

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    31.Paint (or Hair Gel) Bags- Pour paint into a Ziplock freezer bag and seal. Use fingertips to write words on bag. To erase, simply squish bag and you are ready for the next word.

    32.Alpha-Bit Spelling- Use Alpha-Bit cereal, alphabet pasta or even alphabet cookies to spell words - this can even double as a snack when done reviewing if you use the cereal or cookies.

    33.Print Words- Use newspaper or magazine print to cut out fun letters. Have child make words using clipped letters.

    34.NoveltyErasers- Use small erasers to spell words. I always stock up on seasonal erasers to use for math, etc and they actually work great for spelling too.

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    35.Q-Tip or Toothpick Letters -Use q-tips or toothpicks to build letters and make spelling words.

    36.Flower Words- Draw a flower for each word with one petal for each letter of the word.

    37.Other Hand- If you are right handed write your words using your left hand, if you are left handed write words using your right hand.

    38.Alphabet Cookie Cutters- Use ABC cookie cutters to make words. For extra fun, go ahead and make some word cookies.

    39.Window Writing-Use Crayola Window Markers and write words on windows or sliding glass doors. They wash off easily and writing on windows or doors is so much more fun than boring old paper.

    40.Clothespin Words- Write letters on clothespins and have child pin letters to make words. They can pin onto hanging string (think clothes line) or even an index card.

    41.Snap Cube Words- Those colorful snap cubes aren't just for math. Use them to build letters and form spelling words. You can purchase unifix cubes at Mardel.

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    42.Flashlight Words- Set up an alphabet chart, turn out the lights and use a flashlight to shine on each letter (one letter at a time) to spell words.

    43.Craft Stick Spelling- Write the necessary letters on craft sticks, mix them up, and then have child build words using the appropriate sticks.

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    44.Scrabble Spelling- Use Scrabble pieces to build words. For some sneaky math fun, have child total the amount for each word.

    45. Tub Spelling- Use foam letters in the tub and stick onto the wall to make words.

    46.Shower Spelling- Yes, more spelling fun in the tub. This time spread some shaving cream on your shower door or tiled wall over the tub and let your child finger write words.

    47.Bathtub Paint- Still feeling adventurous about the tub? Use bathtub paint and write or paint words onto your shower door, tub or tiled wall. It washes out!

    48.Cheez-it Spelling- Use ABC Cheez-it crackers to spell words. Then enjoy a yummy snack.

    49.Cereal Words- Using circle shaped cereal, like Cheerios or Froot Loops, build letters to form spelling words. Then have a sweet, crunchy snack.

    50.Penny or Coin Spelling- Use pennies or other small coins to make letters and spell out words.

    51.Lima Beans- Another fun manipulative to use are lima beans. Write letters on beans, mix them up and put them in a pile for the children. Call out spelling words and have child search for the appropriate beans to spell each word.

    Oral Practice- Sure you can just practice spelling your words out loud, but wouldn't it be more fun to...

    52.Sing- Use whatever song or beat you like but a simple B-I-N-G-O like song and some clapping works wonders... especially on that first day of practicing words. It really helps kids begin to remember those words.

    53.Rap- Yes, rap! This is so much fun and a great way to - S to the P to the E to the Double L, spells SPELL! Let them have fun with it and get creative. We always end up in fits of giggles and it really doesn't feel like homework.

    54.Partner Spell- Take turns adding a letter to spell each word. For example, for the word FUN - child starts by saying the letter F, parents adds letter U and child then completes word by adding the letter N. This requires focus and listening and is a great exercise for elementary aged learners.

    55.Cheerleader Chant- Give me an S, give me a P, give me an E, give me a L, give me a L - what's that spell? SPELL!

    56.Record- Use a tape recorder to record your child orally spelling words.

    57.Make a Video- Use the household video camera or even your phone to take some quick video of your child spelling the target words.

    58.Microphone- Spell words into a microphone. There is just something fun about hearing yourself loud and magnified, so have fun with it and practice those spelling words too!

    Gross Motor Practice- We like to make spelling practice fun by getting active while practicing our words.

    59.Jump Ropewhile orally spelling the words.

    60.Hula Hoopand spell words out loud.

    61Hopscotch Spelling- Write letters outside in chalk or play indoors with large letter cards on floor. Hop from letter to letter to spell words.

    62.Bounce a Ball- Bounce a ball as you spell words - 1 bounce per letter.

    63.Balloon Bop- Keep a balloon up in the air while spelling your word. This one gets lots of giggles.

    64.Swat & Spell- Put letter cards on the floor and using a flyswatter, swat the letters in the order necessary to spell words.

    65.Froggy Spelling- Leap like a frog and spell words - 1 letter for each leap.

    66.Jumpin' Jack- Do jumping jacks as you spell words - 1 jump per letter.

    67.Hop & Spell- Hop on one foot as you spell words, this is a great exercise in balance especially with longer words.

    Games and Online Fun- You can use flashcards or you can take your spelling practice to a whole new level by playing games and even having some online fun.

    68. Have child spell and write 2 sets of words onto flashcards and then play a memory gamewith them.

    69.Which is Correct?Write words on dry erase board and include misspelled words. Have child identify the correctly spelled words.

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    70.Wordsearch- You can visit sites likePuzzleMaker, plug in your child's spelling list, and create a word search that you can print. Then have your child search for the correctly spelled spelling words and circle them. Let them use different colored highlighters for some added visual fun.

    71.Mystery Letters- Write words with missing letters. Child must figure out which mystery letters are missing in order to complete words .

    72.Word Puzzle Scavenger Hunt- Write words onto construction paper and cut apart letters. Put letters in plastic eggs or other such container and hide around room. Have child find words you've hidden and put words together correctly like a word puzzle.

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    73.Puzzle Words- How about using old puzzle pieces to practice spelling words? I love this idea fromNo Time for Flashcards.

    74.Spelling BINGO- Make or print a few blank BINGO cards to use with spelling practice. Kids love to play BINGO. Write spelling words in boxes and randomly call out (or use flashcards) words. Your child should cover appropriate words when called. To make things extra challenging, write words spelled incorrectly in a few spaces as well so child has to discriminate between the correctly spelled words and the incorrect ones.

    75.Unscramble- Use magnetic letters or letter tiles for each word, scramble them up and have child put letters in correct order to spell words.

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    I hope you are able to get some new ideas from this list

    and make spellingfunrather than tedious and boring!


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How do you practice spelling words in a fun way? ›

8 Fun Ways to Teach Spelling
  1. Create rhymes and raps using spelling. ...
  2. Create a spelling wall in the classroom. ...
  3. Make a fun crossword. ...
  4. Jumble word. ...
  5. Use arts and crafts to encourage spelling. ...
  6. Create a game of word bingo. ...
  7. Word heads. ...
  8. Build a word train.
23 Oct 2017

What is the fastest way to memorize spelling words? ›

You can use common mnemonics, or make up your own.
  1. Develop short phrases for complicated words. For example, “Necessary = 1 collar and 2 socks (to remember one 'c' and two 's's).”
  2. Try spelling mnemonics that use a phrase. For example, “Rhythm = Rhythm Helps Your Two Hips Move.”
  3. Make up rhymes. ...
  4. Compose nonsense stories.

What is the fastest way to memorize spelling words for kids? ›

Homeschooling - How to Teach Your Child Spelling Words
  1. Teach your child spelling words with 'Lily Pad Letters' ...
  2. Use 'Stair Steps' to memorize certain words. ...
  3. Toss around the 'Spelling Ball' ...
  4. Use magazine clippings to familiarize with letters. ...
  5. Play 'Scrambled Spelling' using alphabet blocks or fridge magnets.
19 May 2016

How do I teach my 7 year old to spell? ›


Show your child the word written on paper. Then explain to her how to visualize a word in her mind. Then have her closer her eyes and picture the word, letter by letter, in her mind. Ask her to spell the word out loud, then open her eyes to check if she was correct.

What are the 4 spelling strategies? ›

Good spellers use a variety of strategies for spelling. These strategies fall into four main categories—phonetic, rule-based, visual, and morphemic.

What is a fun spelling game? ›

Spelling Ball

This game requires three or more players. Stand together in a circle with a ball. The first person must call out a word then toss the ball to another player. The catcher must spell out the word and then toss it to the next person with a new word.

What exercises improve spelling? ›

8 Fun Spelling Activities For Kids (And How They Help Build Spelling Skills)
  • Play The Spelling Memory Game: First, create flashcards that have one word per card. ...
  • Sound It Out: ...
  • Create A Puzzle: ...
  • Try Rainbow Writing: ...
  • Trace, Write, And Remember: ...
  • Try Staircase Spelling: ...
  • Create Word Swatters: ...
  • Fill In The Missing Letters:
31 Jul 2019

What are the 3 great spelling rules? ›

The Three Great Spelling Rules (The 1-1-1 Doubling Rule, the Magic-E Rule, and the Y Rule) present difficulty to many students, often requiring additional practice sessions to truly master these rules. Teaching each rule in a multisensory manner is of critical importance.

What is the number 1 hardest word to spell? ›

  • #3: Conscientious. “Conscious” and “conscience” are tricky enough to spell. ...
  • #2: Paraphernalia. Instead of adding a letter like in the case of “orangutan,” people pronouncing this already-tricky word tend to skip over the second “r” altogether. ...
  • #1: Onomatopoeia.
1 Nov 2022

What is the top 20 hardest words to spell? ›

What are the Top 20 Hardest Words to Spell?
  1. Nauseous. “Nauseous” is a hard word to spell because of the number of vowels in the word and the pronunciation. ...
  2. Dilate. “Dilate” might be easy to spell for some, but its pronunciation makes it more challenging. ...
  3. Indict. ...
  4. Liquefy. ...
  5. Wednesday. ...
  6. Sherbet​ ...
  7. Bologna. ...
  8. Ingenious.

What are the 38 spelling Rules? ›

NGST Spelling Rules
Rule numberRuleExample word
36The /aɪ/ sound spelt -y at the end of wordscry
37Adding -es to nouns and verbs ending in -ycries
38Adding -ed, -ing, -er and -est to a root word ending in -ycopied
39Adding the endings -ing, -ed, -er, -est and -y to words ending in -ehiking
71 more rows

What are the 5 stages of spelling development? ›

As preschool and early elementary school children discover the intricacies of printed English, they go through several stages of spelling development. Gentry (1982), building on Read's research, describes five stages: precommunicative, semiphonetic, phonetic, transitional, and correct.

How do I help my child with struggling spelling? ›

How to help your child get better at spelling
  1. Look into pencil grips to make it easier to hold a pencil correctly.
  2. Learn about brain breaks to help your child refocus when studying.
  3. Encourage your child to slow down when writing and to proofread the work.
  4. Try to spend extra time practicing sight words with your child.

How can older students improve spelling? ›

Including hands-on spelling activities and centers is a great way for older students to grow stronger with spelling. One way to do this is to use the Double Bananagrams Set and Scrabble letters with different activities in your classroom for spelling practice.

What is the 111 rule in spelling? ›

However, the doubling rule, or the 1-1-1 rule works in every instance. The spelling rule is: if the word has 1 syllable (a word with one vowel sound), 1 vowel and it ends in 1 consonant, you double the final consonant before you add 'ing', 'ed', 'er', 'est' (also known as a suffixal vowel).

What is the 7 letter spelling rule? ›

The 7-letter spelling ruleEdit

There is a spelling rule called the '7-letter spelling rule', so called because it comes into effect after seven letters: к, г, х, ш, щ, ж, and ч. When you remove the default ending from a word, you are left with the stem.

What are the 8 spelling rules? ›

Spelling Rules
  • Every word has at least one vowel.
  • Every syllable has at least one vowel.
  • C can say /k/ or /s/. ...
  • G can say /g/ or /j/. ...
  • Q is always followed by a u (queen).
  • Double the consonants f, l, and s at the end of a one-syllable word that has just one vowel (stiff, spell, pass).

What is the popular 5 letter word game? ›

Use your logical thinking skills to win! Wordle is a free online puzzle game where players try to guess a valid five-letter word in six tries or less. Wordle can be played on a computer or mobile device.

What are 10 hard words to spell? ›

10 of the hardest words to spell in English
  • Nauseous.
  • Dilate.
  • Fuchsia.
  • Minuscule.
  • Ingenious.
  • Sacrilegious.
  • Orangutan.
  • Paraphernalia.
10 Nov 2022

What are some fun game ideas? ›

  • Actors. Players 'react' to a made up scenario and others have to guess what it is.
  • Back Draw. Players try to guess the word that their teammate is drawing on a piece of paper on their back.
  • Back Up. ...
  • Bite the Bag. ...
  • Blindman's Swag. ...
  • Charades. ...
  • Cherry Pie. ...
  • Dizzy Bat.
15 Dec 2021

How do you help a poor speller? ›

How to Help a Poor Speller
  1. Encourage mastery of the sight words. ...
  2. Make sure your student understands the different sounds that letter combinations make. ...
  3. Help your child recognize word families. ...
  4. Help your child memorize common spelling rules. ...
  5. Practice, practice, practice.
10 Apr 2014

How can adults improve their spelling skills? ›

Spelling tips
  1. Know the rules. They aren't consistent and there are plenty of exceptions, but it's still worth learning some spelling rules in English. ...
  2. Study Dolch Words. ...
  3. Recognize prefixes and suffixes. ...
  4. Read as often as you can. ...
  5. Look for patterns. ...
  6. Use mnemonics. ...
  7. Spell out loud. ...
  8. Research the origin of words.

What are the 5 spelling rules? ›

5 Spelling Rules to Know
  • 5 spelling rules to know. 1 I Before E, Except After C. ...
  • 2 Adding suffixes to words that end in y. When you add a suffix that starts with e (such as -ed, -er, or -est) to a word that ends in y, the y usually changes to an i. ...
  • 3 The silent e. ...
  • 4 Double consonants. ...
  • 5 Plural suffixes.
23 Sept 2022

What is the rabbit rule in spelling? ›

The Rule for Doubling the Medial Consonant (the Rabbit Rule) states that if there is one medial consonant sound after a short vowel in a two-syllable word, the medial consonant is doubled.

What is the 2 1 1 spelling rule? ›

Watch the Video!*

1- The word must have two syllables. 2- It must have a final 1-1-1 syllable. 3- You must be adding a vowel suffix. 4- The second syllable should be accented {Read more about helping readers identify accented syllables.}

What word takes 3 hours to say Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis? ›

The longest English word

The longest word in English has 189,819 letters and takes 3 hours to pronounce. This is a technical term for the chemical composition of titin. Titin is the largest known protein responsible for maintaining the passive elasticity of the muscles.

What is the most incorrectly spelled word? ›

Accommodate. “Accommodate” was the most commonly misspelled word on both Dictionary.com and Thesaurus.com in 2021. Kelly believes this word tops both lists because it's so hard to remember that both the C and the M are doubled. With both consonants doubled like that, it almost looks wrong, but it's correct.

What is the weirdest 5 letter word? ›

11 unusual 5-letter words to kick off your next Wordle game
  • ADIEU. Adieu means the same as goodbye. ...
  • TARES. Any of various vetch plants, such as Vicia hirsuta (hairy tare) of Eurasia and North Africa.
  • SOARE. ...
  • DUCAT. ...
  • OUIJA. ...
  • CAROM. ...
  • ERGOT. ...
  • CRAIC.
1 Feb 2022

What are the 50 most misspelled words? ›

Top 50 misspellings
  • accomodation > accommodation.
  • adress > address.
  • accomodate > accommodate.
  • wether > whether / weather.
  • rehersal > rehearsal.
  • commited > committed.
  • persue > pursue.
  • occurence > occurrence.

What are the 50 difficult words? ›

50 Difficult Words with Meanings and Examples
  • Abnegation /abnɪˈɡeɪʃ(ə)n/: Renouncing a belief or doctrine. ...
  • Aggrandize /əˈɡrandʌɪz/: enhance power, wealth or status. ...
  • Alacrity /əˈlakrɪti/: Eagerness. ...
  • Anachronistic /ənakrəˈnɪstɪk/: misplaced chronologically. ...
  • Archetypal /ˌɑːkɪˈtʌɪp(ə)l/: quintessential of a certain kind.

What is the number 1 longest word? ›

1 Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis (forty-five letters): A lung disease caused by the inhalation of silica or quartz dust.

What are the top 100 misspelled words? ›

100 Commonly Misspelled Words
correct spellingnotesmisspelling
believei before ebeleive, belive
Caribbean-r-, -bb-Carribean
97 more rows

What words should a 12 year old be able to spell? ›

able, aftermath, afternoon, appear, attack, attend, bicycle, breakfast, brightly, cabbage, cable, carpenter, channel, circle, climb, comfort, comical, confirm, construct, curtain, customer, damage, decide, delight, disappear, discover, empty, encourage, entertain, equal, exactly, forever, fruit, fuel, group, guard, ...

How do you spell 6 in? ›

6 in words is written as Six. 6 represents the count or value. The article on Counting Numbers can give you an idea about count or counting. The number 6 has 1, 2, 3 and 6 as factors.
6 in words.
6 in wordsSix
Six in Numbers6

What order should I teach spelling rules? ›

Multisyllable words typically have several spelling patterns within the word. It makes sense then to teach new spelling patterns in single syllable words first, and then introduce those patterns in multi-syllable words. Remember to create a 'repeat-safe' environment for students who need the word repeated.

What part of the brain controls spelling? ›

The results reveal that reading and spelling share specific left hemisphere substrates in the mid-fusiform gyrus and in the inferior frontal gyrus/junction.

Is there an app to help kids with their spelling words? ›

SpellingCity is a word game app designed to help kids learn spelling and improve vocabulary and grammar skills.

How well should a 7 year old spell? ›

A 7-8 year old is spelling words they read and use frequently. By this age children are spelling many high frequency words (words we see written commonly) correctly. They are also spelling correctly a list of personal word including names of their suburb, family members, friends and pet's names.

How do you teach ADHD to spell? ›

Basic, repetitive memorization strategies are often not very effective for kids with ADHD. Instead, try incorporating tactile activities. Allow your child to use magnetic letters to spell words or “write” words with his or her fingers in a tray of sand or on a cutting board covered in baking flour.

How can I help my 13 year old with spelling? ›

Use flashcards or play matching games to let your child see the words lots of times - the more times they see the word, the better they will be able to read and spell it. Use cut out or magnetic letters to build words together, then mix up the letters and rebuild the word together.

How do you address spelling difficulties? ›

Spelling techniques
  1. Chunking the component parts of a words.
  2. Sounding a word out phonetically.
  3. Breaking a word into syllables.
  4. Breaking a word into phonemes.
  5. Using knowledge of existing patterns or knowledge of word families.
  6. Applying knowledge of morphology.
  7. Using known spelling rules.
  8. Recognising words within words.

What is the #1 most misspelled word? ›

Accommodate. “Accommodate” was the most commonly misspelled word on both Dictionary.com and Thesaurus.com in 2021. Kelly believes this word tops both lists because it's so hard to remember that both the C and the M are doubled. With both consonants doubled like that, it almost looks wrong, but it's correct.

Why do kids with ADHD struggle with spelling? ›

Consequently, some students with ADHD may struggle to spell common words such as "who, there, said". This is because they tend to sound out words rather than memorize their patterns. Multisensory instruction can help these students develop the necessary tools to help improve their spelling.

Do kids with ADHD struggle with spelling? ›

Research has shown that children with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) may present a series of academic difficulties, including spelling errors.

What is the best way to learn spelling words? ›

Five guidelines for learning to spell
  1. Practice makes permanent. ...
  2. Don't try to learn all the words at once. ...
  3. Review, and review some more! ...
  4. Practice spelling as if you expect to spell those words right when you're writing. ...
  5. Use the words you've practiced. ...
  6. Trace, copy and recall. ...
  7. Reverse chaining by letter.
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