The SpellQuizzer Spelling Software Review and Giveaway [closed]

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Our family is blessed to have an access to a homeschool curriculum that is very parent-friendly. Homeschooling is a  tough job. Unwavering commitment is necessary or else the student will suffer one way or another. There are a handful of benefits homeschooling brings. But a parent or guardian should also be open to supplementary materials to be able to further maximize the child’s learning.

SpellQuizzer.com

One thing to look out for if you plan to supplement your current homeschooling curriculum is the material’s ability to promote fun while learning. I believe this is necessary for children to be able to maximize whatever he could learn out of any material. This is why I found SpellQuizzer very effective. SpellQuizzer is a spelling program that helps kids learn their spelling and vocabulary words and it also complements any spelling or vocabulary curriculum whether you are homeschooling or not.

The developer of this spelling software has created a solution for parents to be able to get their children do better at spelling without the frustration that the traditional spelling drill brings. All a parent has to do is enter the words that the child needs to spell into the software and make a sound recording of each word.  The SpellQuizzer web site has pre-made downloadable spelling lists that you can download and use with SpellQuizzer.

We will definitely incorporate the SpellQuizzer program in my son’s homeschooling curriculum.  I am thrilled that right now he is already able to write words according to sound, this means that he is turning to be an expert with the sounds of the letters, which is very important. When he is done with that, this spelling software will really come in handy. I love that SpellQuizzer is 100% satisfaction guaranteed. A lot of fellow educators and mothers have attested to the program’s effectiveness. Here’s what a mother of a 5th grade boy has to say:

“My son got a 100 on his spelling test today. This was accomplished solely using SpellQuizzer. He had fun using it late into the night. Usually there’s screaming, crying and fits thrown learning the words. Thank you so much for lowering my stress level!!!”

Here are some screenshots to give you guys a sneak peek on how SpellQuizzer works.

SpellQuizzer Spelling List

SpellQuizzer’s main screen. All of the main features of SpellQuizzer are accessible by clicking a button.

QuizScreen

SpellQuizzer’s Quiz screen which quizzes the child on each word in a list. The word is played over the computer’s speakers using the recording you make. Recording with a funny voice or using the word in a humorous sentence can add to the fun for the child.

CreateListScreen

SpellQuizzer’s spelling list creation screen. Creating a spelling list is quick and easy. Just enter and record each word and save the list.

SpellQuizzer help screen

SpellQuizzer comes with a comprehensive help file that details all the features of the software. You can press your F1 key on any screen in SpellQuizzer to get help with that screen.

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Here’s what we have for our readers — The creator of the SpellQuizzer software, Daniel Hite, is giving one reader of Christian Homeschooler, his or her very own licensed SpellQuizzer software ($29.95 value).

To join is easy:

1. Subscribe to ChristianHomeschooler.info by clicking here.
2. Write about the contest in your blog. (blog should be at least 3 months old and no multiply accounts please)
3. Make sure to inlude a link in your post to the url of  ChristianHomeschooler.info.
4. Leave a comment here with a link to your post.
5. Increase your chances of winning by the number of comments you leave in this post. One comment per day, please.
6. Contest ends January 31, 2010 at 11:59 PM . We will use random.org to raffle off the entries. Screenshot will be provided. Contest winner will be announced on February 1, 2010. Please provide your full name and email address for this purpose.
8. The winner will receive a licensed SpellQuizzer software ($29.95 value) from its creator, Daniel Hite, soon after. 


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