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Saturday, February 25, 2012

Spelling City

Vocabulary is a website that helps children of all ages with their vocabulary and spelling words. The Premium Membership is $29.99 a year and that will give you up to 5 student accounts and a teacher account with no adds. There are 25 different learning activities that can be printed or played online.

The Teacher Toolbox comes with the Premium Membership and allows the teacher to create new assignments for each student. You can manage your students here and check on their progress and grades. You can use word lists that are available from Spelling City or create you own. It is very easy to create your own word lists and Spelling City will give you definitions so you may choose which meaning you would like to your student to learn

Each Student Account has their own login to access their assignments. They can enter their own spelling list to use with the activities, use an assigned list, or one that is available at Spelling City. Some of the activities include flashcards, vocabulary practice, spelling practice, hang mouse, letter fall, crossword puzzles, and word searches.

Using the Premium Membership with all three of my daughters will make keeping track of 3 levels of spelling words easier on me. Once their words are added they can login in and work on their own list independently. One of my daughters loves working on her vocabulary and spelling words and she likes to spend extra time on them so now she can work on her lists even when I'm helping one of the other girls on their school work. The best part is that they all like the fun activities to help them learn their words.

I've been given a premium membership to for a candid, personal, online review. helps students study word lists using 25 different learning activities such as MatchIt Sentences, HangMan, and Word-O-Rama. Parents can create their own spelling lists, find published lists already available on the site, or use any of dozens of free teaching resources on topics such as analogies and compound words.
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North Laurel said...

HangMouse is one of my kids' favorite games. :)

Unknown said...

I was looking forward to reading your review, and I'm so glad to hear that you and your daughters are enjoying the premium membership! It's been an invaluable resource in our homeschool and I love recommending it to others and seeing how it works with other families! :)

Thanks so much for sharing!

Making homeschool fun using everything from wordsearch to web games!

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