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Where can you get good spelling books for young kids?

Discussion in 'Parenting' started by CRAZY_CAT_WOMAN, Nov 21, 2012.

  1. CRAZY_CAT_WOMAN

    CRAZY_CAT_WOMAN I'm praying for my dad to get well.

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    Cade learning to spell. I wondering where you get good fun spelling books? Like kindergarten or first grade. Right now I just say a word and spell it, he picks it up. I just want funner ways for him to learn to spell.
     
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  2. mina

    mina Brown Eyed girl

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    If you want a book, like a workbook, you can go to a teacher supply store or even Walmart and they have them. The grade or level is on the front cover.

    If you want to do fun spelling activities, then do things that are kinesthetic or tactile- writing words in sand, spelling with magnetic letters, painting words, tracing words on sandpaper. Here is a website with some ideas: Spelling is Fun . and another: http://voices.yahoo.com/kindergarten-spelling-lessons-six-fun-ways-learn-6619174.html?cat=4 There are tons of other websites out there; just google spelling activities for Kindergarten or 1st and lots of things pop up.
     
  3. CRAZY_CAT_WOMAN

    CRAZY_CAT_WOMAN I'm praying for my dad to get well.

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    Thanks!
     
  4. gracefulone1980

    gracefulone1980 Give thanks with a grateful heart.

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    www.spellingcity.com is fun

    Word Ladder Books are fun, too!

    www.superteacherworksheets.com has some cool spelling activities

    My daughter is a natural speller, too. It becomes challenging when creating lesson plans for spelling for her because she sees a word once and can spell it. :)
     
  5. Tropical Wilds

    Tropical Wilds Lord, beer me strength...

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    Check out Pinterest. There's some awesome tools on there.
     
  6. rocklife

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    I like Evan Moore workbooks for the younger grade levels. Evan-Moor.com

    Barnes and Noble often carries them, but actually amazon.com has the best deals of these workbooks. A lot of their other workbooks are good too.
     
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