Writing, for most of us, is deeply personal, and feels like a reflection of who we are, how we are perceived. So often, providing feedback on your children’s writing assignments feels like a losing battle, doesn’t it? If you’re too
The lack of vocabulary accounted for 70% of reading comprehension problems in a group of 4th graders, according to the National Research Council. Is your elementary school satisfied with your students’ reading comprehension? Most elementary schools are not. I’m writing to
The Question: We asked of our users is to just tell us something about how they use VocabularySpellingCity. Here’s a collection of comments. I use spellingcity on a daily basis. I assign assignments or let students choose activities to practice words.
Science4Us, VocabularySpellingCity’s sister site, has won a BESSIE Award for the Best Science Concepts Website. Science4Us is a standards-based, digitally delivered, early learning (K-2) science program. This is the second honor for Science4Us this month! It is a CODiE Finalist as a Best Science
The VocabularySpellingCity site and app is a unique literacy tool used by many millions in schools, often to help ELL students. Why? Because VocabularySpellingCity is a rare combination of powerful, flexible, inexpensive, and convenient. Teachers can start using it on their own, or
VocabularySpellingCity provides several powerful flexible ways to support differentiated learning. Differentiated instruction means meeting students where they are and providing them appropriately difficult learning challenges. For VocabularySpellingCity, this means being able to provide customized lists, assignments, and activities to specific
It’s back to school time and we have just given our users an upgraded experience in terms of how they work with their lists. We’re eager for feedback. Actually, we’re pretty sure what we are going to hear since we ran
This is the third summer that VocabularySpellingCity offers a summer study program. Here’s what we’re providing. It’s for families that feel their students would benefit from some academic activity during the summer to either build vocabulary and get up to level,