- log into a parent account,
- set up a classroom,
- add your students,
- set the lessons either by choosing premade lessons or creating your own
- and your children can get started.
- special learning activities for each child’s grade level
- assign different lists to individual children
- record test results and create accountability for lessons
- import lists
- create flashcards to use online or print
- teach definitions, antonyms, synonyms or parts of speech for the spelling or vocabulary lists chosen
Through VocabularySpellingCity, you can find list for Science words, Social Studies, words that rhyme, abbreviations, word families, words with more than one meaning, the Dolch-sight word lists and even more. You can also find Language Arts lessons on nouns, parts of speech, compound words, figurative language and more. Extra helps for handwriting and spelling are also available.
Now I’ve said this website is super easy to use throughout this review but if for some reason you find yourself lost or stuck, there are lots of videos to explain just what you need to know. There are even videos for the student lessons at VocabularySpellingCity. Everything you need is right there at your fingertips.
You can use VocabularySpellingCity for free but you won’t get the extra writing and vocubulary options that are available with the Premium membership. However, you still get plenty of activities and it’s a great way to try out the program, which can be used with all students in grades K-12.
Premium account game extras include:
- Vocabulary Test Me
- Flashcards, which I mentioned several times above
- Sentence and Paragraph Writing Practice
- Match It for Sentences and Definitions
- Which Word? for Sentences and Definitions
- and Parts Of Speech