Spelling Game

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How Can I Practise My Spelling?

When it comes to learning to spell, generally speaking English follows a number of rules. However, some words in the English language are rebellious and do their own thing. These words are called exceptions to the rule. You will have come across plenty of them in your lessons at school.

Words that follow the ‘I before E except after C’ rule are easy to learn. But what about words such as science, height and ancient? They’re the rogues and they must be learned without the rule.

What’s The Best Way To Learn To Spell Words?

There are many ways to learn how to spell new words. If you like reading books, that’s an ideal practice to improving your vocabulary. The more often you see a word, the more likely you will be to remember the order of letters.

Of course, you will be learning new words every day at school. Your teachers will have certain tricks to help you understand how and why a word is spelt as it is. By now, you will know that nearly all English words that start with a Q must be followed by a U.

Learning to spell is all about familiarity. When you come across a new word, it will be alien to you and the order of letters might not fit one of the English rules. The word ‘deficient’ doesn’t follow the I before E except after C rule and therefore needs to be remembered a different way. Finding out other related words, such as ‘deficit’ is useful – it will help you recall that the letter I is straight after the C.

Playing spelling games is another great way to improve your command of the English language.

How Do I Play The Game?

It’s very easy! Simply click on the big orange ‘Play Now’ button above. Then choose which age level is best for you – it doesn’t have to be your exact age. If your spelling needs working on, then find an age that is not too easy but not too hard. If you’re already top of the class, you can always choose a higher age as a challenge.

How Does The Scoring Work?

There are three scores (confusing, huh?):

  1. A session score. This is shown in the purple ‘Current score’ box
  2. A weekly leaderboard score - for subscribers only. This shows the highest scorers of the past 7 days
  3. An overall score - for subscribers only. This is shown in ‘Your Account’

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That Sounds Great... How Much Will It Cost?

Just £9.99 per month or £49.99 per year. For this small amount, you will not only be able to play Spelling Game infinitely, you will have access to the entire Education Quizzes website.

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Weekly leaderboard (All Ages)
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ShezEri
1951
2
dalthome
1918
3
Brackenfield
1821
4
maanka
1589
5
The Murrays
1296
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transinica
1220
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narrowboatgirl
1128
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DavidD
962
9
Dami25
728
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NB2011
642

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