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If you’re looking for ways to make spelling practice more fun, then this list is for you. We’ve collected 14 engaging and hands-on resources to make spelling more enjoyable for students of all ages! Take a break from your regular spelling curriculum and try one of these great ideas.
Spelligator – An exciting word building game that teaches phonemic awareness, letter patterns and positioning. Learn basic spelling and word building by stacking letters on the back of your Spelligator.
Boggle – Show your stuff by finding as many words as possible on the 4×4 letter grid before the sand timer runs out. You’ve got 3 minutes to search out as many words as you can see spelled out on the cubes. T
Explore & Learn Spelling Bugs Puzzle & Game – It’s a puzzle and a game! Build spelling and vocabulary confidence with this fun learning game.
Letter Tiles – This tub contains 176 letter tiles for creating your current spelling words.
Word on The Street Junior – Great for learning how to read, Word on the Street is just the game to teach all your little ones how to correctly spell words in a fun and engaging game.
The Spelling Spider – This hands-on learning game will help children learn to spell new words and increase their vocabulary while having fun at the same time! Each player chooses a secret word, and the other players play to discover and spell the secret word while trying to keep the spider off its web!
Aphabet Stamps – Use these high quality stamps to practice hand-eye coordination and spelling!
Bananagrams – Gather your family and friends and race against each other to build crossword grids. Teach your kids how to spell words and have fun at the same time.
Spelling Beez – Just as bees move from flower to flower collecting nectar to create honey, you ll move around the Spelling Bees game board collecting letters to create words. With two levels of play, children of all ages will enjoy this unique and educational spelling game.
Roll A Word – Help children develop spelling and word formation with Roll A Word dice. Simply roll the dice and let the letters guide you.
Play-Doh Numbers, Letters, N’ Fun Set – Use the play doh and letter molds to practice spelling words from your homeschool studies!
Quiddler – Quiddler is easy to learn and fun for everyone! The goal is to arrange all the cards in your hand into one or more words.
Match It! Spelling Memory – A fun memory game that will challenge problem solving and develop memory skills of young children as they try to find a pair of matching cards that complete the word. Bright, colorful illustrations teach children spelling and letter recognition.
Magna Doodle – The magnetic screen is a fun alternative to pencil and paper for writing down spelling words!
Happy spelling! 🙂
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