Learning language skills can be challenging for students of all ages and skill levels. That’s why VocabularySpellingCity is offering some valuable teaching resources for parents of students with learning disabilities. Our unique applications help students improve their spelling and vocabulary skills. Students with special needs, specifically ADD/ADHD, Autism, Dyslexia, and Language-Based Learning Disabilities thrive with our engaging platform. Colorful graphics and amusing sounds in our games and activities make learning fun for the student. As we all know, when something is fun, kids not only enjoy the learning process more, but they also show increased retention of the information being taught.

What can parents of students with learning disabilities expect from these learning resources?

VocabularySpellingCity offers more than 40 fun and engaging games for K-12 students. Here are just a few sample games that are especially helpful for students with ADD/ADHD, Autism, Language-Based Learning Disabilities, and Dyslexia.

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Our games provide audio and visual cues, useful for students with learning disabilities. Students can work together or independently to increase their learning enjoyment in the classroom or during practice at home. For those students needing handwriting practice, VocabularySpellingCity also has printable activities that can be created using any word list.

VocabularySpellingCity provides families and classrooms with more than 40 fun activities including spelling, vocabulary, phonics, and writing practice tools, and English language games. These activities help students of all ages and abilities hear, say, write, break down, and play with words. We provide learning resources for ALL learners. If you have any questions about VocabularySpellingCity and how our learning programs can help students with learning disabilities become better learners, please contact us via email or by phone Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 6:00 pm EST at (800) 357-2157 if you wish to speak directly with a staff member.

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