Teaching a child to spell is not a ‘one size fits all’ proposition and it should not be taught as such.
Eagle River, Wisconsin (PRWEB) April 28, 2014
For many students, spelling is definitely not easy, which is what led curriculum developer Marie Rippel to create the All About Spelling program. In this new series of blog posts, Rippel explains that homeschool spelling can be easy when it’s multisensory, easy to teach, Orton-Gillingham approach, mastery-based, logical, and individualized.
In the blog series, Rippel takes you on a guided tour of All About Spelling and the elements that set it apart from other spelling programs and make spelling easy to learn and easy to teach. “Teaching a child to spell is not a ‘one size fits all’ proposition and it should not be taught as such,” says Rippel. Each article in the six-post blog series highlights an individual element that makes spelling easy. “Despite what you may have come to believe about the difficulties of the English language, English does conform to predictable patterns, and more importantly, these patterns can be taught to your child. There is a better—and more logical—way to learn to spell than by rote memorization of lists of unrelated words,” says Rippel.
All About Learning Press, Inc. is the publisher of the award-winning All About Spelling program. The program is based on the Orton-Gillingham instructional approach and utilized a multisensory approach to teach children the way they learn naturally—through sight, sound, and touch. The lightly scripted "open and go" lesson plans do not require any previous teaching experience, and the program comes with lifetime support and a 100 percent money-back guarantee.
For more information about the All About Spelling program, visit http://www.allaboutlearningpress.com.