We have a winner in the SpellQuizzer Contest

Last month, I ran a contest to give away a FREE SpellQuizzer license.  This unique tool was created by Dan Hite of SpellQuizzer.  Here are some of the great features of his program:

  • Using SpellQuizzer you can enter the child’s weekly spelling list and make audio recordings of the words in the list.
  • The software then quizzes the child, playing each word back to him one at a time, checking his spelling as he types in the words.
  • SpellQuizzer corrects him when he types in a word incorrectly, and re-quizzes him on any words he missed once the first pass is completed.
  • Just set up the child’s list on Monday,
  • and have him spend no more than five to ten minutes a day letting SpellQuizzer quiz him.
  • By the end of the week he will be ready for his Friday spelling test at school.
  • SpellQuizzer is also ideal for spelling bee preparation.
  • All learning styles are incorporated into the program, so any student can be successful.
  • The entire program is online so you don’t have to worry about paper lists! 
  • You won’t need any other spelling program.
  • The registration license is good for your whole family all through adulthood.
  • The cost of the license is less than you would pay for one year of spelling program through most of the homeschool publishers.

I had the opportunity to play around with this great invention, and it looks like it will be a wonderful asset for homeschool families with children of any grade level!  You can try out a demo here.

Lucy Cleveland of Phoenix, Arizona is the lucky winner from my drawing.  Congratulations, Lucy!

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