Spelling Tips Posters

Age Range: 5 - 11

Spelling Tips Posters

The resources below are all printable posters that help children to remember the spelling of some tricky words:

  • Because
  • Desert and Dessert
  • Difficulty
  • -IGHT words
  • OULD words
  • Necessary
  • Rhythm
  • Said
  • Separate
  • Island
  • Believe
  • Does
  • Eight
  • Foreign
  • Friend
  • Loose or Lose
  • Practise or Practise
  • Together

Print the posters and use them as part of a classroom display, or print smaller version to use as reference cards on children's tables.

Thanks to the wonderful members of our Facebook community for suggesting lots of these tips and spelling mnemonics!

If you have any other tips for spelling other words, leave a comment below...

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Cindy Smith

arithmetic...a rat in the house may eat the ice cream.

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lea

must use these for the new school year - i love SAID - Snake And Insects Dance ----perfect for first grade

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Julie

eight - a fatty and a skinny and a 'g' 'h' 't'Because - Betty eats cakes and uncle sells eggs.

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Clare Dibble

Despite being a practising musician all my life, I only learnt which spelling for practice/practise was which earlier this year when a colleague told me to replace practice/practise with advice/advise. As the latter is pronounced differently I now know instantly which spelling to use! Thank you for all these resources -looking forward to using them in my new classroom! :)

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lol

Good ideas, but sometimes the situation gets more worse instead of making it easier. for example, to learn the word ''because'', you have to memorize other 7 words they represent each letter.

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milly

For 'said' I have used 'silly ants in dresses' and produced a picture card of ants in dresses.

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malvikaa

Children often get confused between the words -bought and brought. For this, I ask them to note that these are the words in past tense forms. In the word bring , there is a'r' and not in buy. And it's so in case of brought and bought.

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Mich

Thankyou, these are great!

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christine

There is a place. Over wHERE? Over tHERE! (spelt the same)Their is talking about a person and has 'I' in it.They're is the contraction of they are.

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christina

These are wonderful - thanks heaps!

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Averil Venn

Thank you! They are fabulous!

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