sarahv Posted July 16, 2012 Share Posted July 16, 2012 I did AAS last year. The companion books were awesome all around, the actual program was ok. What I found out was that I really don't like to teach spelling. I'd like to cover it in a less teacher intensive manner without it costing me an arm and a leg. My kids are average spellers, and my oldest does well with a more tactile/multi-sensory approach. Any thoughts from Sequential Spelling users? What materials do I really need? I am a strong speller, and have spelling resources on hand, so I'm wondering if I need the TM? I'm also considering the Spectrum workbook - not as a supplement, but instead of Sequential spelling. Anyone use that? Or maybe as a supplement. I don't know. I just don't want to have to think about spelling, you know? I've also been looking at R&S spelling. Thanks for your comments!! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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