Spelling You See - Level F
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Love This Multisensory Spelling Program!
We really love this new multisensory spelling program and are convinced it will help your child become a confident, successful speller, naturally and at his own speed. And it has the research to back us up. Because Spelling You See encourages visual memory rather than rote memory, there are no weekly spelling lists or tests and very little instructor preparation is required.
Relaxed and Easy to Implement
Each daily lesson in Spelling You See uses real words presented in context within poems or informational passages. Plus each lesson is colorful, short, to the point, and fun! And it comes with a pack of erasable colored pencils. Did I mention we’re in love? You will be too when you discover how relaxed and easy it is to implement Spelling You See.
Instructor Handbook and Answer Keys
Instructor’s handbooks are relatively small, but packed with valuable information that will show how simple this program is and how comfortably it will fit into your daily life. Also included are answer keys and dictation material that are essential for each level.
Are phonics taught in Spelling You See?
Read the answer to this frequently asked question on our blog.
Publisher: Demme Learning
We love Spelling U See. This will be our second year to use it! I love the simplicity of the program. It’s not overwhelming for the child because they know that you expect for each day! As a mom, I love the content of the weekly paragraphs and the conversations she extra (wanted) learning that stems from them!
Great spelling curriculum! We enjoy reading and learning about different places, events, or people as well as learning to spell better. Great book!
We enjoyed this. We had to shorten the weekly lessons so it wasn't too repetitive but you can cater to your own. Stories are a great jumping off point to do a quick history recap.
Spelling You See is definitely a unique approach to learning spelling. For my fifth grader, it seems to work well. I'm not sure it works any better than a traditional method, but he enjoys it. He likes the paragraphs he writes - each one is a mini history lesson, and he likes that it is independent most days. For some of my other children in younger grades, it did not work at all. I think if it is a good fit for your child, it will work very well. However, if it is not their style, they may really despise it.
The approach was interesting, as was the story each week, but my kids came to really dislike the writing over and over, even if it was only 10 Minutes a Day.