How Do You Memorize Hard To Spell Words?
You can memorize hard to spell words. Most of us have a particular way we learn best, but if you use your whole body to learn something new, you’ll be able to remember the information more easily. Apply these simple learning methods if you’re feeling like a spelling bumblebee instead of a spelling bee champ. Chunk syllables and memorize the syllables by spelling them aloud and in rhythm. For example, break the word “icicle” into three rhythmic chunks, ic-ic-le. Break the word “superfluous” into these chunks: super-flu-ous. Write any words that don’t follow phonics rules in the palm of your hand with your index finger. Trace the letter and feel it while saying the name of the letter. Then make a fist to get control of that hard to spell word. Match the word to another word that has a similar spelling to learn more than one word at a time. For example, learn to spell “measure,” “pleasure” and “treasure” at the same time. Memorize “hoist,” “foist” and “moist” all at once. Spell words in t