With school closures, everyone is in need of free homeschool resources. You have hit the jackpot with this list of the top 10 spelling websites on the Internet.
Pick and choose what works best for your children.
My all-time favorite spelling program is All About Spelling younger children. This program is not FREE, but you can certainly benefit from using their FREE Spelling downloads when you sign up for their newsletter. It’s definitely worth it and you can unsubscribe at any time.
However, if money is tight, don’t let that ever stop you from training your children at home.
Here are 10 FREE Spelling Websites:
Spell By Color – this program uses color-coding to reinforce spelling rules
K12 Reader – for grades 1-5, uses the common words
FREE Homeschool Spelling Course – for grades 6-8, includes the Spelling Rules, Lessons, Exercises, Dictation Exercises
Garden of Praise – for lower elementary, biblical based
Cozy Grammar – a 36-week free spelling curriculum
AAA Spell – for grades 1-8 and you can create your own lists, too.
Spelling City – 55 weeks worth of lessons. You can let your children practice online or print out the lists.
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- Kids Spell – has over 6000 words to practice with fun games for all levels.
- TlSBooks.com – has spelling lists and worksheets for each week. Over 200 lists to print.
- Home Spelling Words – for grades K-8, this program provides an interesting mix of verbal and visual teaching that will help your child improve his or her spelling test scores. This program is fun and free! There are also separate areas for practicing and testing. When your child is ready to take the spelling test, their scores will be saved for your review.
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If I missed any FREE Spelling websites, please leave the link in the comment section.
Thank you for pinning the TOP 10 Free Spelling programs for others to take advantage of.
Thanks so much!
I would love free spelling help for my children!! Thanks,Gaby
Thank you so much for this post. I have been looking into All about Spelling, but haven’t been able to afford yet. Thank you so much for this!
I posted My Top Ten Spelling Resources last June @ A Learning Journey. Here is the link in case any of your readers want to see my list http://totplay.blogspot.com/2012/06/top-10-spelling-resources.html. There are a few replicates, but I wanted to share them just in case there is something that may be helpful.
Here’s another free one for you. Big IQ kids.com. You can even enter your own list like spelling city.
Thank you, Susie!
Thanks so much
For Kids and Students, Grammer Learning with proper spelling is really Important. Writing and communication skills are really best for students.