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Test your child's spelling. There's an app for that!
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Test your child’s spelling. There’s an app for that!

Does your child struggle with spelling? Or perhaps he or she wants to bone up their skills for a spelling bee. Well Super Speller for iPad can do the job by allowing you to do the same as the teacher does at school.  Teachers often say the words out loud and use them in sentences, so the child comprehends the meaning of the word. The Super Speller, lets parents do just that, and it makes spelling seem more fun for both parent and child.

Super Speller provides instant feedback so that the student immediately knows if they got a word incorrect and you can create tests based on the words they are working on in school. And you can record the word and use it in a sentence. Just like when their teacher gives them a test! There is a study screen so your child can review the spelling and listen to the words.

The test can be timed and you can use smiley hints so the child can see how they are doing as they type the word. Once they have completed and graded a test, they will have the option to retake the test or retake just the words they missed! Tests are stored until you delete them, letting you monitor your child’s progress and you can create different tests for several children.

Super Speller for iPad was created by parents and it a great learning tool. It is 2.99 at the App Store

Bob Benedetti

Former RCAF Fighter Pilot Bob worked for CTV Montreal as a Reporter, Producer and Executive producer for 35 years retiring in 2004. Bob started reporting on personal technology in 1995 at CTV and continues today at Home Technology Montreal

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