I’m at a loss when it comes to teaching spelling. All I know is that I’m not any good at it myself. When I was in school we just did spelling tests and memorized words. Spelling You See is the Homeschool Curriculum for spelling and writing that makes it easy for a bad speller like me to help my children improve their skills.
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Spelling You See Homeschool Curriculum
I remember hating spelling in school. I don’t want my children to have that same experience. Spelling You See offers a different way. By combining handwriting, nursery rhymes, and spelling the program helps your child learn naturally. They remember how to spell sound combinations so they can put them together to make bigger words.
My favorite features about the program are the easy to remember rhymes that it has. This makes reading easier for my daughter, plus it helps teach her basic spelling principals like syllables and chunking.
The program comes with 2 workbooks and an instructor’s handbook. The workbooks are broken down into short lessons that take about 5-10 minutes each. Children learn best from short periods of learning time each day so this is the perfect amount for spelling. It also reinforces phonics concepts that my daughter is learning in her reading curriculum.
Another feature Spelling You See utilizes is the seek and find activity. It has children looking for certain aspects of the sentence with different colors to help reinforce the lesson. Almost all of the senses are used with this program as children write, seek and find, and say the words and sentences they are spelling, reading, and writing!
My daughter started with the Jack and Jill program. The first workbook was a little too easy for her in the beginning so we skipped to the middle of the book, which was perfect. It’s perfectly fine to give your children easier work at first, as this boosts their confidence and gets them used to using the curriculum.
As my daughter progresses through the program, she will naturally memorize different sound chunks; both vowel and consonant chunks. Not only will this help her spelling, but reading fluency as well.
Key Features of Spelling You See:
- no spelling lists
- no spelling tests
- no preparation
- free leveling guide
- 7 levels available
- brief daily activities
- engages visual, auditory, and kinesthetic processes
- long-term visual memory of letter patterns
- phonetic development
Go to Spelling You See to read about all the great features, learn about placement or purchase a level.
Spelling Curriculum Giveaway!
One lucky reader will win their choice of one of the 7 levels of Spelling you See (up to $48 value)! Simply enter the Rafflecopter below.
Kristin C says
I’d love to try Jack and Jill with my struggling speller! He had a really hard time last year with spelling and Spellimg You See looks like it could help him succeed.
Angela W says
Listen and Write is probably the main one we need to start with.
lia stoltzfus says
i would love jack and jill
Thank you for this opportunity! I would like to have Level A – Listen and Write for my 6-year-old son. He’s a good reader but needs improvement in spelling.
Hi. Thank you so much for this giveaway. I have been looking at this program for a month now. I would choose Jack and Jill for my second grader. Thanks again.
Michele Pearson says
I’d like the jack and jill
Heather H says
We are using Level D and love it! My son is finally learning how to spell! We have tried so many different programs and this is the best for him. We already bought Level E ahead because we’re so excited!
Wendy Pierce says
I have been contemplating a purchase of Level C. Thanks for the opportunity to win it.
Jen A says
Wild Tales looks like a great fit for my family!
Bethany B says
I would probably start with Ancient Achievements for my son.
jennifer mathesz says
becky r says
I would love to try wild tales.
Karen Partin says
I think for us, B jack and Jill.
Sherri Osborne says
We would like Level D.
Kelli Wood says
I would love to use Americana.. thank you for the chance.
Stepheny Seabolt says
I would like American Achievements
kathy d says
about listen and write
I think level D or E would be best.
Thank you for this review and the chance to win a level! We have tried almost everything with one of my children, but Spelling You See. I really want to try it, I believe the approach would work well for her. We would start with Wild Tales.
Mel H says
Level C Wild Tales
Pauline Waltemire says
level D or maybe E
Shecki @ Greatly Blessed says
My kids are in Level D right now, so I’d love to win a copy of E to tuck away for next year!
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Sara M says
I would like Jack and Jill if I won.
Janelle Ardrey says
This sounds great for us as beginner homeschool parents.
A or D….in undecided on which one.
Corri Montgomery says
I would choose Stage 3 : Skill Development
Heather H. says
I think we would be in between Jack and Jill or Wild Tales…Probably Jack and Jill.
Anna D says
I need level C for my oldest. We have absolutely LOVED using Spelling U See! I have a 5 yo using Level A and a 6yo using Level B. It has been amazing! So happy we found this program!!!
Lisa E. says
I think I’d like About Wild Tales if I won!
Stephanie M says
I’d like to try the Listen & Write
I would either get the Wild Tales or the Americana set.
Alona Y says
We’d love to try the Listen and Write series.
We will like to try A or B for my 3 y/o who love to trace numbers and the alphabet.
Jennifer Capps says
Sarah Leavitt says
I would love to try Jack and Jill! Thank You!
Jack and Jill!
I think we would like to start with Americana.
Nicola Holland says
I would choose wild tales please.
Nancy C. says
Only heard exciting stuff about your products. We would love to win “Jack and Jill”. What an awesome giveaway!
Julie Lundstrom says
I would like 2nd grade.
Christine B says
I would like Listen and Write for my beginning speller.
I would love to try Wild Tales or Americana! I had never heard of this program before but love what I have seen!
Anna Pry says
Listen and Write
Mindee McCollom says
I would Love to try this with my two little ones.
Amanda C says
Level B 🙂
When I was seeking a spelling curriculum for my three children, my friend raved about Spelling You See. I would be interested in either levels C or D to start.
I’ve actually been wanting this for awhile now and have 4 kids.. I would like to have A, B or E 🙂 We love Math U See and I was excited to see this available! 🙂
Ruth O says
I would love level C WILD TALES!
Definitely the Listen and Write! 🙂
Thanks for the opportunity, great giveaway!
Heidi S says
I would use level C, Wild Tales.
I have 6 children so we could use any of the levels 🙂
Listen and Write is the level I need to start with. I have three kids, the oldest is four and a sponge for learning so we have started homeschooling already! This would be amazing to win! Thank you!
Thank you! I would like to have Level A – Listen and Write. New to homeschooling and excited!
Wild Tales is the one that I would like.
Shara Walters says
Wild Tales would be great!
Judith Martinez says
I think I would start with Americana or Ancient achievements for my 12 year old who is a good reader but a terrible speller.
Kim Chance says
I would start my daughter on Jack and Jill.
I would love to try level 3.
Emily B says
I would probably do either Listen and Write for my son or Wild Tales for my daughter. I guess I’d have to make up my mind if I win (or buy the other hehe) Thanks so much for the review and chance to win!
Stephanie Olmsted says
I would like Jack and Jill.
i would want wild tales for my oldest or jack and jill for my second child. these look great. thanks for the review and giveaway
I would love Listen and Write for my little guy!
Caroline Frahm says
We need to start with Listen and Write in our homeschool.
Wild Tales is where we would start.
Tracey M. says
I would LOVE to win level E American Spirit.
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ALICIA WINKLE says
Listen and write for my learners!