These ideas for spelling help are really geared toward right brain learners.
This is because right brain learners struggle more with spelling than left brainers.
If you have a right brainer who is struggling in school, spelling is a great place to start. When spelling is presented in a way that a right brain child can understand, they advance very quickly. By advancing quickly in this area you will see their confidence soaring AND they will realize that learning can be fun?..actually, lots of fun!
In my article Right Brain Left Brain I mention using color with right brainers to help them learn and retain information. Spelling is no exception.
In fact, I'll bet if you truly have a right brain child and you use the spelling help on this page, you can teach them to spell the word "tremendous" today, right after you read this article in it's entirety.
Here is what you do:
Before you try to teach your child to spell "tremendous" please be sure they are right brained. The last thing I want is to add to their frustration by trying to teach them how to spell extraordinary when they may truly have something else going on. Like maybe they need glasses.
Remember, spelling help is supposed to be fun!
Practice with these larger words for three or four days and then move onto their regular spelling words. You will be thrilled and amazed at how confident they have become.
If you have a right brain learner who is struggling in school, spelling is a great place to start. When spelling is presented in a way that a right brain child can understand, they advance very quickly. Read here for more information.
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