Spelling Folder with FREE Printables

Published:
December 12, 2017

Carrie Fernandez

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Carrie

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Learning to spell is not for sissies! There are so many rules and nuances to the whole operation, and it can seem overwhelming for children.

You can help your child conquer the spelling rule monster by creating a spelling folder with these free printables! There are lots of charts such as phonics sounds, handwriting visuals, word endings charts, and much more. The fonts are cheerful and easy-to-read which you probably know by now is very important to me. It’s well-laid out and makes a great reference tool!

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