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Who Put the Spell into Spelling?: An Illustrated Storybook to Support Children with Fun Rules for Tricky Spellings [Mīkstie vāki]

  • Formāts: Paperback / softback, 85 pages, height x width: 210x148 mm, weight: 145 g, 46 Illustrations, color
  • Sērija : Fun Rules for Tricky Spellings
  • Izdošanas datums: 30-Mar-2020
  • Izdevniecība: Routledge
  • ISBN-10: 0367435055
  • ISBN-13: 9780367435059
  • Formāts: Paperback / softback, 85 pages, height x width: 210x148 mm, weight: 145 g, 46 Illustrations, color
  • Sērija : Fun Rules for Tricky Spellings
  • Izdošanas datums: 30-Mar-2020
  • Izdevniecība: Routledge
  • ISBN-10: 0367435055
  • ISBN-13: 9780367435059
"This beautifully illustrated storybook and workbook set has been created to support learners who, after acquiring the basics of reading and writing, have struggled to organically grasp the rules that govern spelling in the English language. The colourful storybook tells the story of the 'Super Spelling School for Letters', and the teacher who helps all the students come together to make words. Twenty two of the most important spelling rules are explored, and given meaning through the engaging story, each followed by a 'quick quiz' to help solidify the rule in the long term memory. In the fully photocopiable workbook, activity pages for each rule develop reading, spelling and writing skills, allowing the child to put the rules into practice. Key featuresinclude: An engaging story that connects the spelling rules together and gives them meaning, making them easier to remember Quirky and colourful illustrations, allowing children to visualise the spelling rules and the way they work in the English language A practical workbook filled with activities and quizzes Developed with feedback from teachers and students, this is an invaluable resource for teachers and parents looking to support learners who find spelling a challenge, or who are learning English asan additional language"--

This beautifully illustrated storybook has been created to support learners who, after acquiring the basics of reading and writing, have struggled to organically grasp the rules that govern spelling in the English language. The colourful storybook tells the story of the ‘Super Spelling School for Letters’, and the teacher who helps all the students come together to make words. Twenty-two of the most important spelling rules are explored and given meaning through the engaging story; each followed by a ‘quick quiz’ to help solidify the rule in the long-term memory. Additionally, there is an activity for each rule which includes reading, spelling and writing in context. This is in the workbook Fun Rules for Tricky Spellings available within this set.

Key features include:

  • An engaging story that connects the spelling rules together and gives them meaning, making them easier to remember
  • Quirky and colourful illustrations, allowing children to visualise the spelling rules and the way they work in the English language

Developed with feedback from teachers and students, this is an invaluable resource for teachers and parents looking to support learners who find spelling a challenge, or who are learning English as an additional language.

Introduction Alphabet Rainbow Rule 1: Magic E Rule 2: V comes before e Rule 3: Y sounds like 'i' Rule 4: Y sounds like /ee/ Rule 5: Doubling L, S, Z and F Rule 6: C before K Rule 7: T, C and H Rule 8: S before H Rule 9: S makes plurals Rule 10: E and S make plurals Rule 11: F is replaced by VES Rule 12: I, E, S make plurals Rule 13: O can end some words Rule 14: A can introduce words Rule 15: A and N join together Rule 16: I is a word Rule 17: i comes before e except after c Rule 18: U after Q Rule 19: W can change vowel sounds Rule 20: T can end irregular verbs Rule 21: Copycat C Rule 22: 'Y's sound Quick Quiz Answers
Georgie Cooney currently lives and works in Ireland. She works for the Dyslexia Association of Ireland (DAI) and teaches students with Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLDs).