Teach orthography, morphology and etymology while inspiring young learners to have a curious attitude towards spelling.

Spelliosity offers both Teacher Guides and Student Lessons. One bundle has enough content to cover, along with Facey and Making & Breaking, one week of your spelling period. Lessons are designed for primary-grade students. Keep an eye out for upcoming junior-grade bundles.

We aim to instill the philosophy of "Practice Makes Progress" in our students. Spelliosity gives students the opportunity to apply the spelling conventions and patterns they have explicitly been taught. This practice is essential in achieving the ultimate goal of effective communication through writing.

Spelliosity aligns seamlessly with Ontario's new Language Curriculum.

With Spelliosity, spelling education evolves into an exciting journey of discovery and growth.

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Spelliosity in action!

Our Bundles

Each pdf bundle below includes two word lists and two matrices to choose from, which differ in difficulty. Your purchase includes links to audio and video resources. Teacher Guide included.

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December Release

November Release

  • LOVE these packages!

    These packages are great for teachers who are learning all about structured word inquiry/morphology/structured literacy but also helpful for those well on their way! I use them in class and for tutoring.

    The links and videos are very helpful if you need a visual!

    Michelle V.
    Grade 1 Teacher

  • Thank you Spelliosity

    I've noticed a big improvement in my Grade 4’s grasp of spelling patterns and morphology.

    What really sets Spelliosity apart is your ability to simplify complex concepts without sacrificing depth. The lessons strike the perfect balance, providing a solid understanding of orthography and morphology while keeping my students engaged.

    I'm grateful for this fantastic resource!

    Chris Grady
    Grade 4 Teacher

  • This is an amazing resource!

    I took the time to read through the instructions and have been slowly implementing them into my daily programming. My students are learning and super engaged!

    P.J.
    Grade 3 Teacher

  • Relevant, accessible and pedagogically aligned for students with hearing differences.

    I am a teacher of Students Who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing. This resource is relevant, accessible, and pedagogically aligned with teaching students with hearing differences. Morphological understanding is foundational to developing Language skills for students with hearing differences, and it benefits all students. The teacher guides are the icing on the cake, creating entry points and providing structure for lessons.

    Ama R.
    Specialist Teacher for Students who are Deaf/Hard of Hearing-Itinerant

  • I am truly grateful for this amazing resource and its positive impact on my clients

    I cannot speak highly enough about how helpful Spelliosity is for my Speech and Language Pathologist work. The lessons offered by Spelliosity are an invaluable resource in supporting literacy & spelling skills for my clients and align seamlessly with my therapy goals.

    The engaging content has provided me with a structure to incorporate spelling patterns into my sessions. The clear explanations and range of examples offered by Spelliosity have proven to be really beneficial in making complex linguistic principles more accessible to my clients.

    I wholeheartedly recommend Spelliosity to my colleagues in the field. It has proven to be an excellent tool for empowering my clients to develop their literacy & spelling skills.

    Tamsin Atherton, M.Sc., S-LP(C)
    Speech-Language Pathologist
    Reg. CASLPO, PROMPT Cert.

  • Fantastic resource!

    Spelliosity, created by Shari Kudsia, is a fantastic site that offers resources to help students actively practice and apply the spelling conventions they have been taught. Shari is a passionate, experienced educator, and a valued contributor to our SyllaSense support material.

    Lee-Ann Lear
    Founder of Syllasense

Stay tuned for our next release on February 27th!

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