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RegisterOccasionally, you may have trouble loading games and activities. A continuous loading symbol like the one pictured on the right appears on your screen.

Updating Adobe Flash Player often resolves the issue. For instructions on doing so, see below.

Common FAQs - Continuous Loading

I'm experiencing a continuous loading screen on my personal computer. What can I do?

Please try updating Adobe Flash Player on your computer. To download the latest version of Flash, please click here.

After updating Flash, please shut down your computer and reboot after a few minutes.

I'm experiencing a continuous loading screen on some games and activities on my iPad. Is there anything I can do?

Many of VocabularySpellingCity's games are Flash-based and iPads are not programmed to support Flash technology when using the browser unless an app has been installed that will enable Flash. The good news is, we have released a free VocabularySpellingCity app! You can download it by clicking here. The app may be used without Flash technology and most of our games and activities are available through the app.

If you wish to access VocabularySpellingCity's games and activities that are not available through the app on your iPad browser, please note that there are a number of apps available that will enable Flash on your iPad. Two of these are iSWiFTER and Puffin.

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