Use a variety of games and activities to practice spelling and improve skills while having fun.
In this alphabet only the vowels are red. The "b" and "d" are also different colors to help avoid confusion. The color of each lowercase letter matches the color of the uppercase letter. The top layer is a rubbery foam, and the bottom layer is magnetic. Suggested grade(s): PreK+
Help first graders practice spelling and decoding. Students must unscramble letters to build as many words as possible as they reinforce alphabetical order and initial consonants skills. Every activity includes a special challenge exercise. Suggested grade(s): 1
Roll the dice, add the letters to the playing field and start making words!. This game is great for beginning spellers. More advanced spellers will enjoy strategically using letters to create difficulties for their opponents. A quick, quiet game for two players. Suggested grade(s): 1+
Quiddler Junior is a great word game for early readers and word masters alike. It's easy to learn and fun for the whole family. Each card contains a short word and colorful illustration making it fun and easy to play and learn. Suggested grade(s): 1 - 4