The English language conforms to predictable patterns that can help make spelling easy...
Eagle River, WISCONSIN (PRWEB) November 24, 2014
We’re often told that spelling just doesn’t make sense, but Marie Rippel, author of the All About Spelling program, wants to prove otherwise. In this new series of blog posts and infographics, Rippel shows that the English language conforms to predictable patterns that can help make spelling easy—all you have to do is teach those patterns to your children.
In the blog series, Rippel explores the “Kids’ Club Rule” that helps students decide when to use C and when to use K to spell the sound of /k/ and the “Floss Rule” that demystifies the question of whether to double the consonants at the end of a word. Rippel also provides helpful tips for spelling plural words, including words that end in Y, O, or F. “This series of posts will help make important spelling rules easy to remember and fun for your children,” says Rippel. Handy infographics accompany each post and provide an at-a-glance resource to highlight these important spelling rules and patterns.
All About Learning Press, Inc. is the publisher of the All About Spelling program. The award-winning program is based on the Orton-Gillingham instructional approach and utilizes 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.
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Contact: Greg Rippel