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Visual Strategies for Spelling

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Visual Strategies for Spelling

Post by Lil Miss Sunshine on Sun Sep 09, 2012 10:01 pm

Originally posted by Caffeine Needed

Use a highlighter to highlight any hidden words in your main word.

Colour in the word adding any pictures/symbols to each of the letters to help you remember them.

Imagine the letters of the word in your mind make them unusual in some way.

Colour code the spellings you are learning. Use colours to pick out patterns in the way the words are spelt.

Write out the word as many times as you can. Look carefully at it at notice any patterns. Maske silent letters stand out, using colour, symbols,pictures.

Write the spellings in different colours and display them around the room. Put them at eye height, so they can be easily seen.

Design a poster for each spelling, using pictures and lots of colour.

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