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Spelling is a basic skill that everybody needs in order to be understood in written form. Still, it can be complicated: there are a lot of rules to remember and exceptions to keep in mind. This is why, if you notice that your child has a challenging time with spelling, you should offer a helping hand. If you’d like a few tips on how to do it, continue reading.

How to Help Your Child with Spelling

Encourage Them to Read and Write

Reading and writing are two very helpful activities that allow your child to grow, learn, and practice their skills. Encourage them to do them often so they can improve their spelling.

Give Them a Dictionary

By providing your child with a dictionary (and teaching them how to use it and consult it properly), you can ensure that they’ll be able to expand their vocabulary and be better spellers.

Use Mnemonics

As mentioned above, spelling can be tricky because there are a lot of rules to remember. Mnemonic devices (for example, a song or a rhyme) can help them retain such information.

Create a Log

Certain words have a more complicated spelling than others. This is why you should encourage your child to keep a spelling log in which they track and practice those challenging words.


As they say, “practice makes perfect”, and this is especially true with spelling. Give your child worksheets to complete (you can find good ones online) so they can practice and get better.

Turn to Tutoring

Finally, consider tutoring. An expert tutor will be able to help your child learn effectively. This is why, if you think they need help with spelling, you should enroll them in tutoring in Bear.

Call (302)-832-2400 for Tutoring in Bear

The Tutoring Center in Bear offers “Geniuses in Training” programs that are aimed at helping your child improve in different skills and subjects (spelling being one of them). Call the number above if you’d like more information, or to schedule a free consultation.


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