Sunday, April 25, 2010

All About Spelling Updates

All About Spelling has now released Level 6. A wonderful Multi Sensory spelling program. With the latest release of All About Spelling Level Six, the All About Spelling Series is complete. It teaches advanced concepts such as:

- Clues for when to use -ible and when to use -able to spell the sound of /ibl/

- Strategies for choosing between -cle and -cal

- Exceptions to the I-Before-E Generalization, and easy ways to remember them

- Practice with -il, -el, -al, and -le

- Additional spelling strategies that will help students tackle longer words with ease

All About Spelling is based on the Orton-Gillingham  approach to reading and spelling and is a tried and true teaching method. Yes, I said reading. Not only do you get a spelling curriculum but it teaches reading and phonics. All About Spelling makes teaching and learning spelling easy and fun. It is a top notch spelling program for Homeschools and even for those non -homechoolers.

Level Six contains all of the things that you would expect to find with All About Spelling. If you have never used AAS and not sure which level to start you can read this article.

They have also released the two readers for All About Spelling level 2. The two readers are"What Am I" and "Queen Bee a short story collection"

The stories are in  a hard back book printed on non-glossy(glare)  paper in a large, easy-to-read font. The pictures and the stories are adorable and fun. The readers are priced at $19.95 for each reader and follows the same sequence as All About Spelling, Level 2. You do not have to be an All About Spelling user to use this book. It would be a greater reader for any program.

Those who know me know that I am a big fan of AAS. I became an affiliate with them last year because, I am passionate about this program. Having a daughter with special needs is a challenge. Teaching her is even more of a challenge. This program is easy  for her to grasp the concepts using the multi-sensory approach. Here is a wonder article about teaching spelling for children with special needs. If you have any questions you can contact me or you can check out the AAS Chatterbee forum.

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