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Here is a technique that you can use to make spelling practice easier for your child.
Studies show spelling and grammar checkers are often used as a crutch. Make sure your child knows how to use this popular function responsibly.
Here are some common pitfalls for beginning writers, with tips and fun games for working with them at home:
By preparing a plan to approach exams, students give themselves a big boost. Here are some strategies on how to do well on short answer and essay tests.
When it comes to finding the perfect board games for the elementary school crowd, parents can find themselves in quite a pickle.  Here's our top choices!
Do you find your kids frantically trying to cram those words into memory at the last minute? Here are some ways to prepare for the test, without the stress.
Students are showing improvement in an academic arena many fear is being overtaken by an electronic world.
Your kid needs to practice spelling, but every method you use is old and tired. Time to get creative with these unusual spelling practice techniques!
Invented spelling is an important stage in learning to write. Here's a list of dos and don'ts that will help your child with spelling.
Spelling development is a process children go through as they learn to spell. This article describes the five stages of spelling development.
A phonogram is a letter or group of letters that represent a single sound. Beginning readers often read and write words using each phonogram.
Young children can practice phonics and spelling concepts as they play these great online phonics and spelling games.
Should you encourage your child to participate in a spelling bee? This article discusses what sorts of skills a spelling bee hones and why to get involved.
This article offer excellent tips for parents and educators on teaching children how to spell through daily reading and writing activities.
Could you spell 'ursprache' after hearing it spoken? How about 'serrefine'? These are the words that won last year's Scripps National Spelling Bee.
Syllabication rules show students how to divide words into syllables for reading and writing. This article outlines five useful syllabication rules.
It's never too early to groom your child for greatness as the next National Vocabulary Champion.
Track your child's speech development with these ten stages of early language formation.
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