Final Level of All About Spelling Released

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The seventh and final level completes the popular All About Spelling program.

All About Learning Press, Inc. has released the final installment in their award-winning All About Spelling program.

Level 7 of All About Spelling follows closely on the heels of Levels 1 through 6, continuing in the comprehensive tradition of the previous levels while introducing more advanced spelling concepts that are suitable for students at the high school level. As in all levels of All About Spelling, students in Level 7 use letter tiles, flashcards, word banks, customized spelling lists, dictation, and writing exercises, but Level 7 also introduces additional multisensory activities, including Word Trees, Latin root tiles, and Greek word part tiles. Students in Level 7 explore 30 mastery-based lessons that introduce strategies for spelling words of Greek and Latin origin, as well as loan words from Spanish, Italian, and French.

The All About Spelling program was created by author and curriculum developer Marie Rippel and is based on the Orton-Gillingham approach. The All About Spelling program was specifically designed to take the struggle out of spelling through multisensory lessons that teach children the way they learn naturally—through sight, sound, and touch. The "open and go" lesson plans are lightly scripted, so no previous teaching experience is necessary, and lessons require just 15 to 20 minutes per day.

With lifetime support and a 100% money-back guarantee, it’s no surprise that All About Spelling was recently described by homeschooling curriculum specialist Cathy Duffy as “one of the most popular spelling programs among home educators.” All About Spelling was one of only a handful of spelling programs included in Duffy’s newly released book, 101 Top Picks for Homeschool Curriculum (Grove Publishing, 2012).

For more information about the All About Spelling program, visit

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