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I was a horrible speller. In early high-school I probably spelled at a 3rd or 4th grade level. Spell checker taught me to spell, and 20ish years later I'm a pretty good speller. Because of that,  I've always allowed my son to use it and I have seen him improve because of what it shows him. We use a spelling program too, and he asks how to spell things, but words that are regularly underlined in red get learned after a few times. I'm probably unusual in my thinking, but I feel it's just another tool in the spelling toolkit and I'm grateful to have it. 

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