This year, our school is both Title I and a focus school. So that means that we need to keep flawless records of differentiation methods that cover all the state standards and meet the needs of all students in math and reading. Then I came across an email reminder that Spelling City links state standards to their activities, making it easier to find differentiation activities.
I played around with the free activities they offer and found several that link up nicely with Virginia's Language Arts standards. You can access the activities that match your state's standards by clicking here. Below is an example of what the screen will look like. The blue words take you to the activities when you click on them.
I have played around with Spelling City before, but not for a couple of years, and I've never purchased the premium membership. I've also never put in spelling or vocabulary lists. I'm wondering if it's worth the extra money.
Have you used Spelling City before? If so, have you purchased the membership or just used the free services? Do you think the paid membership is worth it?
I'm looking for new ways to use this site for differentiation. I'd love some advice!