Spelling Sorted: Spelfabet's free Sound-Spelling Book to download.
£. PhonicBooks. Book of photocopiable spelling sheets for recording alternative spellings of the phonemes. Can be used as activity sheets or as an ongoing
£. That Spelling Thing. Tricia Millar.
Book with easy-to-follow lesson scripts and
photocopiable resources for tutors or classroom teachers. Use
primary, secondary, college and adult education.
Infographic to print & display: 5 steps for spelling; memory
friendly alternative to look/cover/write/check for KS2 to
Sounds & Syllables teaching sequence - a sensible 5 step guide
to teaching spelling plus a free PDF version of the teaching sequence.
Resources for teaching the suffix <ed>
Free templates for 'Read, Sound, Write, Check' a better way to
teach spelling lists, avoiding LCWC.
Free booklet: Sounds~Write's 'Spelling theory and a lexicon
of English spellings'
Download this free spelling game - includes advanced code with code overlap
Teaching the Latin and Greek layers of the spelling
Spelling Latin endings
£. English from the Roots Up: Help for Reading, Writing, Spelling. Joegil K. Lundquist. Cune Press, USA
''It develops words from Latin and Greek roots using simple mnemonic devices''
How I teach root words -includes free lists of Latin & Greek
roots with meanings
Free to download: BABL Word Game - word analysis and Latin and Greek Vocabulary.
Spelling 'high frequency', 'common exception' &
other words using phonics:
KS2 Statutory Spelling Lists: Part 1. Free, dynamic
powerpoint of every Y3/4 statutory spelling broken into
syllables & sounds.
KS2 Statutory Spelling Lists: Part 2. Free, dynamic
powerpoint of every Y5/6 statutory spelling broken into
syllables & sounds.
Free chart to print: contains 300 High Frequency Words
sorted phonically as simple/complex spellings.
Primary National Curriculum: statutory spelling lists for
Years 3, 4, 5 & 6 syllabified (and more)
Some Sophisticated Spellings (GCSE English) Syllabified
Alphabet Code charts showing spelling alternatives in real
words: for teacher training, classroom walls and pupils' files:
That Spelling Thing.