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12 Spelling Apps
Every Child Should Use

Spelling is a critical skill to learn at a young age, and mastering it can have a very real impact on your student’s abilities to learn down the road. With spelling being such an important skill, it’s hard to believe kids can have so much fun learning it. Check out these spelling apps you can use in your lessons.

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A+ Spelling Test

You can create your own spelling tests with this app, making it easy to tailor to your lessons! The flexibility this app affords makes it perfect for all ages! Google Play / iTunes

Come Learn Spelling

Learning always has to start somewhere, and this is a perfect place! With beginner words to learn and a simple, colorful art style, this app is great for your younger students. iTunes

Sight Words by Little Speller

With a variety of different learning styles, this app makes it easy for any child to learn to spell! You can even record your own voice pronouncing the words to help your students feel at home! iTunes

Spelling Monster

No internet required for this awesome spelling game. Make your own word lists for your kids, and let them learn while playing with adorable little monsters. Google Play / iTunes

Simplex Spelling Phonics 1

Designed to help your kids truly learn to spell, rather than just memorize word lists, this app has won multiple awards for its effectiveness. Get your students on the fast track to spelling success. iTunes

Word Wagon – by Duck Duck Moose

With a younger audience in mind, this app helps get your child ready for more advanced lessons. With the positive reinforcement of earning stars for correct answers, your kids will love this one! iTunes

Super Speller

Let your student learn at their own pace with this app. Enter in their spelling list, and they’re free to take tests whenever they want, to help them prepare for the real deal! iTunes

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Montessorium: Intro to Words

This app makes use of the Montessori system, allowing your student to learn on their own. This app is perfect for more independent students to get a head start outside of lesson time. iTunes

Gappy Learns Reading

Your kids can learn even before you start classes with them using this app! With hundreds of three-letter words to get started on, even the youngest of students can learn in a snap! Google Play / iTunes

Word Wizard for Kids

Learn to spell the old fashioned way, with new technology! Kids can drag and drop letters to spell anything they can think of, and have it spellchecked and pronounced! iTunes

Mystery Word Town Spelling

Help an old western town reclaim it’s missing gold in this engaging spelling game! Kids will have a blast solving puzzles, and will learn to spell without even realizing it! Google Play / iTunes

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Spelling Star

Create word lists, record pronunciation, and even share lists with other teachers! This spelling app works for all ages thanks to its fully customizable word list! iTunes

Nothing spells success quite like spelling. Get your students ready to learn with these awesome spelling apps!

Have you used any other spelling apps to help your kids learn? Share in the comments.

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