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Spelling Games

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Idiom of the week

August 5, 2014 -- Submitted by Yukiko, a reader from London, UK, who is not affiliated with the site.

English school, Bloomsbury International provide “Idiom of the Week” : Find out the meaning, origin & example


EngineEd.com

January 25, 2009 -- From Engine Ed, a parent, from California, who is affiliated with the site.

EngineEd.com offers free math, spelling and concentration/matching games for children (and adults) ages 3 and up. Parents and children can have fun playing academic games while sharpening their computer skills. There are also free downloads like a maze, word search and coloring page. EngineEd.com where “Ed” means “Education.”

Online Spelling Bee

October 29, 2008 -- From Debra, a reader, from USA, who is affiliated with the site.

www.BigIQBee.com simulates a ‘live’ spelling competition and tests young learners on grade appropriate spelling words in a fun, challenging atmosphere.

This site is an excellent educational destination and one that children love as they compete against other spellers from around the world to see who ranks the highest per grade level.

Today, children want to be on-line and BigIQBee satisfies this need with an educational premise and an engaging format.

SpellingCity

June 3, 2008 -- From Mayor, SpellingCity, a reader, from USA, who is affiliated with the site.

SpellingCity provides the simplest most effective way to prepare for the weekly spelling test. Ten ways (think spelling games) to prepare using your own spelling lists. Teachers can save their lists online for their students. Print handwriting sheets, results for practice tests, and practice worksheets.

Spelling City

April 25, 2008 -- From Kerry, a reader, from North Carolina, who is affiliated with the site.

Spelling City is a groundbreaking new website designed for parents, students, and educators. It used a real human voice to help students improve their spelling skills by practicing, playing games, and testing their knowledge. Users can import their own spelling lists, or use one of the thousands of word lists already available. Best of all, the site is completely free to use.

SpellingCity

March 3, 2008 -- From John, a reader, from Florida, who is affiliated with the site.

SpellingCity is a fun new educational site that can help children improve their spelling skills.

Typing Game

January 5, 2007 -- From Tom, a reader, from Canton, OH, who is not affiliated with the site.

Exciting Typing Game for All Ages!

USspeller

August 27, 2006 -- From John, a teacher, from Canberra, Australia, who is affiliated with the site.

USspeller is a Free American Online Spelling Tutor and Game for students and everyone wanting to improve their spelling skills. It features spoken (voiced) words, hints, dictionary and sentence prompts, and a large selection of word lists for all school grades. Also featured is a clever online keyboard game and typing tutor that works at the level of letters, words and sentences. Lots of graded lists for spelling and typing tutors.

Senior Spelling Bee

May 29, 2006 -- From Barbara, a parent from San Diego, who is not affiliated with the site.

Why should kids have all the fun? This annual spelling bee is only for those over fifty.

SpellingFun.com

May 10, 2006 -- From Charine, a reader, from New Zealand, who is affiliated with the site.

Spelling fun for 5-12 year olds. Offers free online test to tell your child’s spelling age. Do an online course at your skills level and pace. Free test and memory slide cards. Lots of FUN! Also has a personalised e-Dictionary, word lists and activity sheets