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Spelling Rules Chart

What was that rule about “i” before “e”? Don’t second-guess! Keep this handy spelling rules sheet in the same area your child does his homework.

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Phonemic Anchor Charts: Orton-Gillingham Inspired Spelling Rules

After attending a conference focusing on multi-sensory education and Orton-Gillingham methods, I created these charts to assist teaching common spelling

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This packet includes spelling flip cards that can be printed on card stock, laminated, hole punched, and put on a ring to help students remember the spelling rules! The spelling rules included are:floss, tch, ck, dge, doubling, silent e, soft c, soft gthere, their, they'retoo, two, toYour feedback is greatly appreciated!

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The FLOSS Rule (Make, Take & Teach)

Memory aids are often used to help students remember certain spelling rules. The FLoSS rule is one of the first spelling rules taught to our first and second grade students to help them understand whe

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Literacy Resource - Spelling Rules for Plurals, writing Display Posters

Phonogram Sounds This interactive program features clear enunciation of the sounds of the letters and letter combinations (also known as phonograms). Contains all 72 of the basic phonograms as taught in the All About Reading and All About Spelling language arts curriculum. All About Spelling teaches encoding skills, spelling rules, and multisensory strategies to help your student become a proficient speller for life. 4MB

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