Teachers need to stimulate a child's curiosity through appealing colors and shapes.
New York City, NY (PRWEB) October 31, 2013
The editor at eReflect's Ultimate Spelling™ blog has recently talked to Roxie Carroll of akidsheart.com in an effort to raise awareness on how spelling can be a creative and rewarding experience for young learners, if only the teachers and parents resort to fun and visually engaging resources. According to a brief announcement by an eReflect representative, such techniques go a long way to relieving any tedium a child might feel during the learning process.
Teaching spelling shouldn’t be restricted to dry, sterile spelling lists; instead, teaching spelling should engage the child’s curiosity and appeal to more than their mind. Children learn through all of their senses, so trying to incorporate touch, sight and sound in spelling training helps the parent or teacher bring about better learning results as well as more satisfied, happy learners.
In the interview with Roxie Carroll, it was made evident that children are drawn to visual cues when it comes to learning to spell. Carroll told the eReflect editor that creating themed handouts for spelling list learning can be a lot more fun than having simple word lists or exercise handouts in text-only black and white. Teachers need to stimulate a child's curiosity through appealing colors and shapes.
Spelling practice should encompass the full scope of activities, something made clear in the interview with Roxie Carroll. Playing online spelling games, printing out word puzzles, and focusing on interactive drills enriches a child's spelling learning process with exciting games and exercises. In this manner, the young learner’s interest doesn’t fade but is fortified through the constantly changing and interesting activities the instructor or parent can offer.
The Ultimate Spelling™ blog editor noted that a comprehensive, balanced spelling practice, such as that advised by Carroll, is capable of quickly and efficiently instilling correct spelling rules and patterns in young learners. Spelling can be fun if teachers and parents invest a bit of time in creating colorful and engaging spelling activities for children. Such initiatives, although not time-consuming or demanding, can make all the difference in changing young learners’ perception of what constitutes spelling and how it can be best mastered.
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