Photo credit: Wordyloo is a word building game. You can build words in any direction (forwards, backwards, diagonally). All words must be at least 3 letters long. Some letters are worth bonus point. Periodically you can swap out a row of letters. This is a fun and challenging game for players of all ages.
Photo credit: roomrecess.com Rhyme Round Up is a game that provides students a chance to practice rhyming words, short vowels, and their listening skills.
Photo credit: roomrecess.com Beach Jeep is a game that allows students to practice plural noun endings, adjectives, adverbs, and irregular verbs.
Photo credit: Nessy Learning LLC Nessy explains how prefixes, and suffixes can be added to the body of a shorter word to make a longer word.
Photo credit: Nessy Learning LLC Nessy explains three parts of speech (adjectives, nouns, and verbs) using a fun memory trick. Photo credit: Nessy Learning LLC Nessy explains which types of words are nouns (a person, place, thing, or idea). Save Save
Photo credit: BYU MCOM Watch the video above to learn about sentence structure.
Photo credit: Nessy Learning LLC The Sticky “i” is a short video that teaches students why “tion”, “cian”, and “sion” create the sound /shun/. It also teaches a spelling strategy to help students remember which of the three is used most frequently in words. Save
Photo credit: engVid Gill teaches students when is is appropriate to use “a” and when “an” should be used. The exceptions to the rule are also included. Also, at the end of this video, students have a chance to practice what they have learned. Save Save
Photo credit: The Quiet Creative Where Do I Use Capital Letters? is a short video that provides the rules of when to use capital letters versus lowercase letters. It would be helpful if this used spoken words too. It could be difficult for dyslexic students to follow along, due to the speed that the messages […]
In support of the British Dyslexia Association’s sponsored Spell for Dyslexia Awareness Week, Nessy has created a series of spelling strategies that will help all students spell better. Photo credit: Nessy Learning LLC Strategy #1 – Mnemonics The story “sam and i dance” help people spell the word “said”, which is a tough word to […]