All About Spelling Level 7
You know that kids learn in a variety of ways. That is why a multisensory approach, like All About Spelling (AAS), is so successful. But children also differ in their motivational approach to learning. You may have an inquisitive child who really wants to understand the ins and outs of spelling, while his sibling just doesn’t care. If you have a child who thrives on spelling rules and who is most comfortable understanding the reasoning behind each word’s spelling he will adore AAS, because in each spelling lesson, a single new rule or concept is taught. The award-winning AAS provides complete and comprehensive instruction using the multisensory Orton-Gillingham explicit teaching approach.
Is My Student Ready For All About Spelling Level 7?
Students should complete All About Spelling Levels 1 through 6 before starting Level 7. Because All About Spelling is mastery-based, the level numbers do not correspond to grade levels. AAS is a building-block program, where each level builds on the skills taught in the previous levels. AAS not only teaches how words are spelled but also why they are spelled that way – for example, why “cat” is spelled with a “c” rather than a “k,” a concept students can later apply to spelling words such as “emergency” and “concentrate.” To prevent gaps in knowledge, most students will start with Level 1, though older students may be able to work through the levels relatively quickly. If you feel like your student is ready to begin at a higher level, you can take a look through the scope and sequence PDFs to see which concepts he would be missing by skipping levels. If you have any questions about this, please contact us and we’ll be happy to help!
What Will My Student Learn In Level 7?
In Level 7, your student will continue to learn encoding skills, reliable spelling rules, and multisensory strategies for spelling, along with exciting new concepts including words with Latin roots, Greek word parts, and influences from French, Spanish, and Italian languages. Spelling strategies for lifelong learning are also covered. Phonological awareness and encoding skills are taught throughout Level 7. Below is a sampling in each area:
All About Spelling Level 7 Scope and Sequence.
Please note: The tiles that come with the Deluxe Set are the same tiles that come with the All About Reading Deluxe Set, and the app needed for the App-Dependent Set is the same app that you need for the All About Reading App-Dependent Set, so if you have already purchased one or both of these, please keep this in mind when you purchase this product, because you will not need to purchase it again.
Level 7 App-Dependent Set Includes:
Already own the Letter Tiles or App, Spelling Divider Cards, and Spelling Review Box?
You can get the Student and Teacher Only option, which includes:
Teaching Multiple Students?
Each additional student will need an Extra Student Set, which includes:
Already own the Letter Tiles or App, Spelling Divider Cards, Spelling Review Box, and Teacher's Manual?
You can get the Student Pack Only option, which includes just the Student Packet - Download a sample PDF here.
Please note: You do need the Letter Tiles app or the physical Letter Tiles, the Spelling Divider Cards, the Spelling Review Box, and the Teacher's Manual in order to be able to use this set. If you do not have these items, please purchase the Deluxe or App-Dependent Set.
Not sure if this is the right level for your student? Download the placement test.
Publisher: All About Learning Press
We've used all the AAS books now, and it's been a great program - very effective! I like how simple the teacher's guides are. They don't require preparation, and are easy to teach from. The review is built-in, and there's not any busy work - only what's needed. The program teaches the reasons behind the spelling, although in this book, there are more words than usual to memorize as exceptions, since it's the final book and also includes foreign words that are in general English usage. At the end of the book, they emphasize continuing learning new words that you encounter elsewhere, progressing from easier ones in more common usage to harder, less frequently encountered ones. Overall, an excellent program! In the earlier years, we used letter magnet tiles from a classroom-size box to do the spelling, since writing was more difficult than spelling for my daughter, but then progressed to just writing out the words, as the little magnetized squares had a definite tendency to fall off the board when bumped, which got too annoying by the end of the first lesson in the first book. We kept them bagged up and ignored after that. :-)