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    Kinesthetic Strategies for Spelling

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    Post by Lil Miss Sunshine on Sun Sep 09, 2012 9:58 pm

    Originally posted by Caffeine Needed

    Go for a walk or move around as you say the spellings out loud.

    Write out the letters of each spelling on pieces of card, shuffle them up and put them back in order

    Using post it notes write down each of the spellings. Assemble the notes on the wall, grouping any similar patterns together. How many different ways of grouping the words can you find?

    Within a group spell out the word using your bodies or other resources to make the letters

    spell out the word writing it in the air with your hand. As you do this say the letters out loud.

    count the number of letters in each word. then hold up that number of fingers as you spell out the word. this will help you to check you have included the right number of letters in your spelling.

    Working in pairs, take it in turns to write the spelling of the word on your partners back. your partner has to guess the word you have written.
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