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Visual, Auditory & Kinaesthetic Strategies for Spellings- Strategy Posters and Playing Cards

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Visual spell photo 1.jpg
Auditory Spellers Photo.jpg
Kinaesthetic Spellers Photo.jpg
Kinaesthetic spellers 7.JPG

Visual, Auditory & Kinaesthetic Strategies for Spellings- Strategy Posters and Playing Cards

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Learners who struggle with spelling usually have no spelling strategies to call upon and, when faced with a word they can’t spell, will often just guess. To become better spellers they need to acquire a range of different strategies and find the ones that work best for them.  

A visual learner depends on sight as a main way of learning. These posters offer practical ideas for visual learners to develop their spelling skills.

The playing cards can be used in a variety of ways to develop spelling skills:
 
Create a toolkit to help spellers learn their spellings. Learners can choose a card and try the suggestion written on it.
 
Make a game of spelling practice – Deal out the cards and children have 5 minutes to learn a new word using the strategy on their card. Who can remember the most spellings in the test at the end of the game?
 
Use the cards to help learners find their most effective strategies. Learners choose a strategy to learn their spellings in a 10-minute daily practice session. Record the strategy picked and their spelling score in the test on the ‘Spelling Strategy Score Sheet’. Add further evidence by testing them again on the spellings at a later date to see which they have retained the best.

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A visual learner depends on sight as a main way of learning. These posters offer practical ideas for visual learners to develop their spelling skills.

A kinaesthetic learner depends on physical activities as a main way of learning. These posters offer practical ideas for kinaesthetic learners to develop their spelling skills.

An auditory learner depends on hearing and speaking as a main way of learning. These posters offer practical ideas for auditory learners to develop their spelling skills.

The playing cards can be used in a variety of ways to develop spelling skills:
 
Create a toolkit to help spellers learn their spellings. Learners can choose a card and try the suggestion written on it.
 
Make a game of spelling practice – Deal out the cards and children have 5 minutes to learn a new word using the strategy on their card. Who can remember the most spellings in the test at the end of the game?
 
Use the cards to help learners find their most effective strategies. Learners choose a strategy to learn their spellings in a 10-minute daily practice session. Record the strategy picked and their spelling score in the test on the ‘Spelling Strategy Score Sheet’. Add further evidence by testing them again on the spellings at a later date to see which they have retained the best.