Thursday, June 21, 2012

Spelling City!

Hi Friends, 

Denise here from Sunny Days. Thanks so much to my blog buddy Mrs. Lirette for allowing me to guest post today. I've been working closely with Spelling City over the last few months to explore the wealth of resources available to teachers and students. I've been so impressed with everything I've found and I'm thrilled to be able to share some with you today!

Let's focus on ways that you can use Spelling City, even with your littlest learners.
Here's a little picture tutorial that will guide you through the free content available to you!

Be sure to check out all of the other great content waiting for you at Spelling City and if you ever have any questions, I'd be happy to help the best I can. Enjoy, my friends!


  1. What a great addition to my computer station- I had used Spelling City before with older kiddos, but never realized all that I could do with the younger ones! Thanks for the reminder about this great resource!

  2. We've been using this at my school for about two years now. I think it's very handy. I tell my parents about it and I know the upper grades use it a lot. In first we pick and choose but I have some kiddos that play with it at home. I even used it as a Spell Bowl Coach.

    I had a little boy break his dominate arm and he ended up taking his spelling tests using this site.

    Thanks for sharing and showing me a few things I hadn't explored on Spelling City!

    You Might Be a First Grader...

  3. Some teachers at my school use this. I am strongly considering doing the same. I have joined this blog and am a new follower. I love the freebie page :) I am now following Sunny Days as well. Thanks for sharing the wonderful freebies too!
    TIPS: Teach, Inspire, and Prepare Students

  4. Great post today over at Jessica's place! Lovein' the game board freebie. Thanks :)

    Kelley Dolling
    Teacher Idea Factory

  5. Love this post! I had heard about Spelling City before, but had not thought about using it with my Kindergartners - thank you!


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