ESL Teaching & Learning
Spelling Zone <http://www.spellingzone.com/spellingzone/index.html> -- free preview/download; The Spelling Program for Professionals, Adults and Children
Spelling: Common Words that Sound Alike (Homonyms) <http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/660/01/> -- Purdue OWL's words, spellings, and exercises
Interactive Picture Dictionary from http://www.proteatextware.com.au/ -- free trial download; words grouped in themes, three types of spelling challenge per word, audio included; Beginner level to low intermediate.
BBC Skillswise <http://www.bbc.co.uk/skillswise/words/spelling/>
American Sign Language <http://where.com/scott.net/asl/> -- Fingerspelling is a kind of sign language that deaf people use to communicate. But it's also a fun way to practice your English spelling! Each letter of the alphabet has a sign. Use the dictionary to learn the signs. Use the conerter to see how any word looks. When you think you know the signs, try the fingerspelling quiz. PROJECT: After you learn to "speak" and "read" using fingerspelling, try to communicate a word or sentence with a classmate. Can you do it? (This is a great way to pass secret messages that others can't understand!)
What Word? <http://www.superkids.com/aweb/tools/logic/games/> -- free; also available for iPad, iPhone
50 Commonly Misspelled Words <http://www.onlineenglishdegree.com/resources/50-commonly-misspelled-words/> -- 50 words with incorrect/correct spelling; also has links to other resources
Free Online Word Games <http://www.shockwave.com/sw/mindgames/word_games/>
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