SpellQuizzer **GIVEAWAY**

Whether you are a family that sends your kids to public school, private school or does school at home, this is a product you need to know about.  In less than 20 minutes, I downloaded and installed the SpellQuizzer software, created several spelling lists (including my recordings of silly sentences using each word) and had my daughter using the program.  Wow!  That was easy.

Here are ten things I really like about this program:

SpellQuizzer allows you to create your own spelling lists OR you can download and use some that are already made, including the sound recordings.  The downloadable lists include words grouped according to origin, theme and grade.  Dolch wordlists are also available.

Spelling lists can be as long or as short as you choose to make them.  That makes it easy for older kids to have longer lists OR for you to customize a shorter list to target problem words.

SpellQuizzer allows you to record your voice saying the word or a sentence which includes the word.  This was my favorite part of the program because I could use sentences that were specific to us.  I made up silly sentences about family members, pets, and familiar places.  It had my daughter giggling as she worked through the list.  Giggling and spelling at the same time?  Unheard of before today!

I love the fact that my daughter could work on her spelling without me being present.  I made the list and the recordings.  Later in the day, my daughter started the program and practiced her spelling without me sitting next to her!  Each list can be reused multiple times.  There is no limit.  I asked my daughter to go through her list several times a day.  Lots of quick reviews with little help from me!

Kids can enter their own word lists, too.  There is an alert if an entered word seems to be spelled incorrectly.

If you are a visual learner, a video demonstration of SpellQuizzer is available.

SpellQuizzer makes it easy to export your word lists to share with other SpellQuizzer users and to import lists other users have created.  A group of students who are working with the same curriculum can share their lists via email or make them available for download on the web.

There is a forum page available for users of SpellQuizzer.  The discussions and threads include spelling lists, school discussions, requests/wishlists for SpellQuizzer and many other topics.

If you have a child studying for a spelling bee, this would be a terrific program to have available.  Its flexibility to adapt to any spelling level can make it the perfect solution for those working hard to learn new words.

The price is not out of this world expensive ($29.95) AND you can download a free trial.

SpellQuizzer is easy for both children and adults to use.  Here is a screen shot of the opening window.  Just click and go!

A couple of things to be aware of before you use SpellQuizzer:

  • This program requires the use of computer speakers or headphones and a microphone.  If you do not have them, they can usually be purchased at any department store’s electronics department for under $10.  There’s no need to invest in an expensive microphone as the inexpensive models usually produce acceptable recordings.
  • On some Windows installations Microphone Boost isn’t turned on by default.  This can result in audio recordings made using a PC microphone being unacceptably faint even with the sound level turned all the way up.  This affects all programs that work with a PC microphone and not just SpellQuizzer.  There are instructions in the SpellQuizzer help file and also on the web site for turning Microphone Boost on if such a problem is encountered.

A couple of things I would love to see this program do in the future:

  • Offer or allow spelling lists for students taking foreign language classes (Spanish, German, French, etc.)
  • Offer spelling lists of synonyms, antonyms, homophones and such.

I am very pleased with this program.  It is easy to use and the recordable feature makes it extra fun.  My daughter ASKS to do her spelling!  Wow!  If you are looking for an inexpensive, simple solution that can be tailored to your specific needs, this is your solution!


**Win**Sure you could download a free 30-day trial on the website, but you could also enter your chance to WIN a SpellQuizzer FULL Registration!


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    Karen Gonyea says:

    Nothing too difficult yet… but within the coming years it will get harder and harder for him :)

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    connie black says:

    My daughter is having the hardest time with received. She keeps spelling it recieved!

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    connie black says:

    Twitter follower: @97hockeymom

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    connie black says:

    happy email subscriber!

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    The hardest word my son is working on is shoveled. He spells it with 2 L’s. He is in Kindergarten so I think he is doing fantastic!
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    I follow on Twitter.
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    I’m a facebook fan.
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    I subscribe via email.
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    My little speller is trying so hard to spell the word “Robot” and keeps adding an “e” to the end! :0(

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    I am a FB fan of yours!

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