We've gathered spelling help from across our website that is
suited to adults and older learners.
Click the links to find the resources you need most. You'll find
printable versions for the lessons on each page.
for Doubling Final Consonants When you add -ing or -ed to the ends
of words like sit,
begin or prefer,
do you double the final consonant in the base word in the base word, or
through this 8-step lesson and you'll soon be spelling these word with
Step-by-Step Lesson for Spelling Help with IE/EI Words Follow these 10 steps at your own pace to master these tricky words. We present the rule, and you practice it, step by step!
10 Spelling Strategies Here's a condensed version of 10 of the most frequently-used spelling strategies. Find out which ones you already know, and which ones you need to practice.
5 Common Spelling
of these common spelling errors, and learn
how to fix them! Learn that this is A LOT of money, not ALOT
money. Master the apostrophe, remember to proofread, and more.
Troublesome Homonyms Explained, Part 1: Improve spelling skills by choosing the correct homonym. Definitions and examples included for homonyms beginning with A - P. Free pdf.
Troublesome homonyms Explained, Part 2: Here's more help with homonyms. If your/you’re ever to/too confused to use the correct homonym, print out this free, handy reference tool! Homonyms beginning with P - Y.
It's also helpful to review frequently
Skim through the list, make a note of the ones that are troublesome for
you, and then determine to learn them, a few at a time.
Solving codes is another way to build spelling skills. People of all
ages enjoy uncovering a hidden message. You can find cryptograms
for all year round on our other website.
For some challenging fun and spelling
try our Level 2 Brain Teasers!
Here are just two of our favorites!
The Message & Reply - Two REALLY difficult letters with hidden messages. Good spelling skills are the key to solving the detective's riddles!
An Impossible Brain Teaser? - Sure, the directions are tricky, but adults and upper grade students can solve this the first time, right?
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