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Our spelling apps offer a wide variety of spelling activities, from drills for young kids just learning how to spell to exercises for older kids working on more complex word structures. Exercises include letter rolls, vocabulary building, plurals practise, and more.

Learning to spell correctly is an important skill, usually mastered in the primary and secondary schools. Daily spelling practice is essential to this endeavor, but it doesn't have to be boring.

Spelling helps a child to read and communicate and it helps cement the connection that is shared between sounds and letters. You can help your child to improve their spelling and learn the words sent home from school using these simple apps.

Looking for spelling apps? Our selection of spellling apps that make spelling fun and also improves vocabulary and reading comprehension.

    Otsimo is an educational game application developed for children with Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) or learning difficulties.

    Devices: Android,iOS


    Otsimo Speech Therapy is a voice-controlled and video modelling-based language and speech therapy app.

    Devices: Android,iOS


    Spellwizards is a fantastic web based app that aims to help young children in all stages and in all years of primary school to enhance and develop a multitude of literacy based skills. Logging in via the website parents, teachers and children can access different types of information within the site all of which are aimed specifically to whoever the user is. For instance a parent or teacher has access to progress reports on their child so they can track their performance as they learn. This can then be used to assess further steps or guidance that may be needed.

    Devices: Web


    LetterSchool is a beautifully designed handwriting app that will teach your children how to write letters (both upper and lower case) and numbers (from 1 to 10) in an animated and fun way. Using a set of four activities, LetterSchool can really enchant your children  to play with the app for a long time. This is a literacy based app that is aimed at helping young children who are taking their first steps in learning how to read and write. Based on a large amount of research the app has been developed to provide children with the best approach in learning how to first formulate letters and shapes and then how to create letters as part of words. The research behind the app has also created the best approach for children as they learn how to create letters. This app could be used as both a school and home learning app as the learning that is undertaking through it could be applied to either usage.

    Devices: Android,iOS


    The application ‘Lingokids - English for Kids’ is an application for learning English for children aged 2-8. The software has over 3,000 words to learn in a fun and exciting way. The app is free to download and uses a subscription based model. Users can choose from a Basic plan with a limited number of activities per day or an Unlimited plan which gives access to all contents, offline usage and additional materials. The application is free from in-app adverts and is available in a number of different languages. It is noted that the application is a mix of British and American English.

    Devices: Android,iOS


    Word Beach is a word puzzle game that will work the brains of adults and children alike as well as entertain them.  Learn the spellings of new words, be reminded of the spellings of non-standard words, and see patterns in the use of letters.

    Devices: Android,iOS


    The application ‘Animals For Kids! And More’ is an app to support parents who wish to teach their children a broader understanding of the world through pictures, words and sounds. This application is designed for children aged 3 upwards and is free from in-app adverts. The application is free from in-app purchases and does not require a constant Wi-Fi connection. This is a paid application and is written in American English.

    Devices: iOS


    Building upon the solid foundation of their DoodleMaths app, its developers have applied the same model to learning spelling. This has resulted in DoodleSpell which is effective at identifying an individual's strengths and weaknesses and offering many ways to practise spelling in short daily sessions.

    Devices: Android,iOS


    Kids Academy - Talented and Gifted is not just for those children who have been identified as being especially able, although it has content for those children too, its content is suitable to help all children develop their learning.

    Devices: Android,iOS


    Spelling Shed is a unique application that is suitable for ages 5 to 11 and focuses on spelling and literacy. This beautifully designed app has been designed by a team of Primary school teachers, with primary school students, teachers and parents in mind this app has been created with the key National Curriculum objectives. This app has been developed to be ‘dyslexia friendly’ using the ‘Open Dyslexic’ font. It is noted that the application is free from in-app purchases and free from in-app adverts.

    Devices: iOS


    Work on key speech sounds with the Frog Game - School app and the smaller versions Frog game 1, 2 and 3.. Developed by an award winning, certified Speech Language Pathologist, Frog Game focuses on improving auditory processing through phonological awareness skills that are essential for the development of reading, comprehension and spelling; that is, it aims to help children with hearing and processing the sounds in speech which is important for later learning to read and spell.

    Devices: iOS


    Spell Now is an app that helps students to improve their spelling by encouraging them to play specific games

    Devices: iOS


    An app that utilises gamification to help students improve their spelling abilities. The app that has been well developed to encourage young people to learn strategies and improve their spelling competence. 

    Devices: iOS


    A game based spelling app encouraging imagination to help improve spelling. The app help with spelling of nearly 300 of the most common words in the English language and improves vocabulary of the users.

    Devices: iOS


    A wonderful app, useful for children practicing their year 1 spellings.  Under timed conditions and with two levels of difficulty, words are spoken and/or displayed for children, who must type in the correct spelling of the words shown.  Positive feedback is used throughout and mistakes are immediately identified, discouraging the learning of an incorrectly spelt word.

    Devices: Android,iOS


    Spelling Hangman is a fun and easy to use app that will come in handy for young children when preparing for spelling classes. It’s fair to say that the app can be easily used in the classroom and incorporated in the regular curricula. The app receives a 4 star EAS Certification and with a few tweaks from the developer it can become a 5 star app!

    Devices: iOS


    Spelling Pro allows teachers and parents to easily create effective spelling exercises that not only help children spell, but also pronounce and understand words in context.

    Devices: Android


    A high quality, value for money app. It will not disappoint and teaches kids all about how words affect sentence structure. We enjoyed playing with it and, most of all, our children enjoyed using it. We have awarded the app an EAS Certification of 5 Stars and EAS Recommended Status. 

    Devices: iOS


    It helps student’s practice their spelling outside of the classroom and on the go. You can create your OWN spelling lists and hear yourself spell them by recording audio for each word. This helps parents get further involved with their child’s spelling lists. 

    Devices: Android


    SpellingCity is a word game app designed to help kids learn spelling and improve vocabulary and grammar skills. It's got 10 free sample lists for students that include math and science words, compound words, sound-alike words, analogies, prefix/suffix words, and SAT prep words.

    Devices: Android,iOS


    iWriteWords is a handwriting app where users trace words, letters, and numbers at their own pace in order to become more familiar with the alphabet and numeral system. iWriteWords is a powerful and fully customizable app designed to address fine motor deficiencies, especially those seen in autistic children. 

    Devices: iOS


    Kids can learn spelling with SpellBoard, but how much they learn depends greatly on how accurately they (or their parents) enter the spelling words they're studying.

    Devices: iOS


    Sight Words - An early reading and spelling adventure has 320 featured sight words that appear in the games. Activities include reading games, such as popping the balloon that holds the target word, writing games such as guiding a bear through a maze to collect letters in the correct order, and a hide-and-seek game with the host kangaroo. Kids start at Level 1 (which roughly corresponds to pre-K level words) and progress through up to Level 5 (roughly corresponding to third grade), though they can move to a different level at any time. Parents can create multiple kid profiles, keep track of progress, add words, and download the full curriculum. Kids can learn to read and spell a sizable collection of the most commonly used sight words and also work on speed and fluency as they quickly identify the target word. When parents take an active role, kids can get extra practice with words they have particular difficulty with or learn to quickly read words that are especially relevant to their lives. 

    Devices: iOS


    Wonster Words is an app that students can definitely have fun with while they are learning. Wonster Words is entertaining for young children. The characters are all friendly-looking monsters, and they star in funny animations in the defining sentences and also in the stories. 

    Devices: Android,iOS


    Alpha Writer, by Montessorium is a Montessori-style learning app that helps kids learn letter sounds and teaches them how to form words. The app includes a tactile approach to learning, since kids can physically manipulate letters onscreen. Kids hear the sound of each letter as they touch it and drag it into position to form words.

    Devices: iOS