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Say spell say the words into a tape recorder and then listen to yourself. Could also video tape and watch.
Call a grandparent and say spell say some words for them.
Say spell say words into a mirror.
Write your words in a shallow pan of salt or cornmeal.
Write your words and then trace over using different colors
Write your words on top of a piece of sandpaper.
Do air punches, push-ups, toe touches ect. for each letter as you spell the word.
Write them on a dry erase board.
Sing 5 letter words to the tune of "Bingo". (I have heard of other tunes for different numbers, but I can't think of them right now.)
Tree spelling l
Give each letter a value and have the children add up how much each word is worth.
Telephone numbers for each word.Ask them to come up with some creative ways to practice. Honestly, I think spelling comes easier for some than others and in the end the only way to memorize is to write them over and over again. (Unless there is a genuine learning difficulty in that area, but that's another story.) I hope this helps.
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