31 Answered Questions for the topic spelling
Why is my child dyslexic?
Do you wonder if your child is dyslexic or has ADHD?
What is the longest word?
what is wrong with this sentence? : The cow Jumped over the mun and ran straight for the forest; since he got very skared.
How can I learn my spelling words?
What are some common spelling rules?
Are there words in English that have three of the same letter in a row?
How can I differentiate between the pronunciation of "r" and "rr"?
What's the best way to help kids differentiate between [b] and [d]?
It's a classic problem for so many kids out there. I've seen some creative solutions and some downright horrible ideas that actually make everything worse for the child. I have my own approach but... more
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Arrange the unscramble word = K E I T H
What is a consonant digraph? What are some examples of consonant digraphs?
What are the proper nouns for the following nouns?
Why should someone learn to write cursive?
Many writing tasks must be done by hand, especially in elementary school. Not all writing is done on a technological device.The invention of cursive intended for writing to be made easier to do,... more
LEARNING TO SPELL THE MOST MISSPELLED WORD IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE
Its and "it's" - how to remember?
What is a good mnemonic rule that an English learner can use to remember the difference between **its** (possessive adjective: *a team has started its lunch*) and **it's** (verb: *it's raining*)?
How can I get my child with ADHD or dyslexia help with reading?
What does CVC mean?
There are several acronyms in phonics that refer to letter-sound categories. Understanding these acronyms helps to explain patterns that frequently occur in the study of phonics.
Why is Learning Phonics Important?
Phonics is one of the stepping stones for students of all ages and levels to improve their reading comprehension. It's also a great aid in spelling.
When do verbs end in ar/er/ir instead of are/ere/ire?
I've been studying Italian for a few months, and I've learned that verbs end with are, ere or ire. However, I've started reading some Italian and I've seen many cases where the "e" seems to be... more