I was talking to a friend of mine about Spelling Shed and she asked for my opinion and some tips on getting it all set up and working. I then thought that it might be useful to have a blog post so that if anyone else had similar questions, I could point them here instead.

This is Part 1 and will look epelling setting up Spelling Shed. The second part spelling shed login page questions at how we use it day-to-day.

Disclaimer: I do spelling shed login page questions work for Spelling Shed and they have not asked me to write.

I have contacted them for permission to include screenshots. I have written this spelling shed login page questions I like the product. The first thing that I spelling shed login page questions do is to upload some pupils. For this post, I am going to use some demo accounts.

I have written about creating usernames for sites a few times here and here and it is a massive bugbear of. I want children to have to remember as few logins as possible so we have come up with a username system in school that we use across all sites. Some sites let you have school-specific logins and others are site-specific meaning that you share available usernames with everyone else using the site. Spelling Shed is the. It is worth bearing this speoling mind spelling shed login page questions creating your usernames because if your logins for questiins were first spelling shed login page questions and then surname e.

John Smith becoming jsmiththis might work fine in your school loogin users but when going onto a site such as Spelling Shed, jsmith will be taken so you might end up with jsmith or. Not a big deal, but worth a few moments to think. In the example above, I have included the email syed of the pupils. Maybe Spelling Shed will do similar one day, who knows. You can move them and swap them about later, it just helps to put them somewhere to get them started.

When you go to the Pupils page of the dashboard, you will see all pupils in your school. As you type, it will search spellibg show you the pupil you were spelling shed login page questions for and you can see Mickey Mouse. It shows his username, password and class. These pupils are ready to go and use the site now if they wanted but I want to make some changes. If you have children at different levels, for whatever reason and need them to be in different spelling groups, you can assign that through the dashboard.

It might be that I need to challenge some children or support. Maybe there is a small group of children that are really struggling with a certain set of prefixes and I want to target them, whatever the reason it only takes a few seconds to setup. On the Dashboard, click on Groups, add a new group and then search for the pupils. Now, when I come to set spelling lists or assignments, I have the option of this group as well as my main class.

Your children are all set-up and ready to go. Part 2 looks at managing the site now it is all setup. Your email address will not be published. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. The addition symbol lets you add users to the site. Submit a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.

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Proudly powered by EdShed, Spelling Shed includes a whole-school spelling scheme, web & mobile games and a teacher hub with homework and data. Spelling Shed Curriculum – Stage 3 – Lesson 11 - Adding suffixes beginning with vowel letters to words of more than one syllable. If the last syllable of a word is stressed and ends with one consonant letter which has just one vowel letter before it. Spelling Shed Scheme – Stage 2 – Lesson 30 - The suffixes ‘-ful’ and ‘-less’ If a suffix starts with a consonant letter. It is added straight onto most root words. Spelling Shed Scheme – Stage 2 – Lesson 31 - These words are homophones or near homophones. They have the same pronunciation but different spellings and/or meanings.

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