Halcyon Posted June 18, 2012 Share Posted June 18, 2012 (edited) He was an old teacher of mine, and another thread alerted me to the fact that he has written some books.....anyway, looking through Spelling Works intrigued me. I have two natural spellers, and this looks like it might be a good fit (I don't want to do NO spelling, and we've been using Spelling Power word lists for now). For example, his section on Homophone Demons would be RIGHT up my older's alley, as he tends to mix up their and there, amongst others. The "worksheets" look more like games; again, a plus. I really like the focus on "trouble spots" (for lack of a better word) like endings such as ous, eous, etc. which are exactly the areas my older tends to need help on. Anyway, wondering if others have used this. I think I will order it for next year...looks really perfect for us. ETA: It's available as a pdf on Scholastic's site...I wonder if it will show up in their next Dollar Days....:) Edited June 19, 2012 by Halcyon Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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