A quick and easy method to teach anyone to spell English well.
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Here’s what people are saying about Magical Spelling:

Magical Spelling is a good way to learn anything, new exciting words, times tables even what day you go swimming. I am looking forward to sharing this with my school friends.

– Jane W,
8 years

It was an amazing moment watching my son grasp spelling a difficult word for the first time – there was a real “got it” moment and now there’s no looking back! I couldn’t believe how quickly he picked up the technique, and how keen he is to use the Magical Spelling method to learn more words.

– Fiona Evans
Mum to Howie, 7 years

Lovely text arrived from one of our Magical Spelling Trainee Tutors:
Just wanted to let you know that Magical Spelling at my school is going very well. The new year 7’s were given a 50 word spelling test in September. When re-tested, one dyslexic child had gone up six months, four had gone up twelve months and one had gone up eighteen months. The best news is that they love the strategy. They get so much confidence from it, it’s brilliant to see them enjoying it.

– A Magical Spelling Trainee Tutor

A fabulous course – very uplifting helped me recognise that feelings are very important in the way we learn – moving the brain to a receptive learning area. Thanks for this, so much, can’t wait to do more.

– Karen Pollard Rylance
Hopwood Hall College, Co-ordinator for ALS

An interesting tool to help you understand how you learn. Once you understand the concept it becomes very easy to apply into every day learning.

– Abdul Haleam
Community Development Worker

It’s made me realise the importance of the individual and how empowering getting the feeling can be. Keen to take it back to children and target spelling along with self esteem.

– Estel Selway
Primary School Teacher/SENCO

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We've got some lovely Magical Spelling going on with youngsters who've fallen out of the school system - fantastic to watch their faces as they grasp the concept and start teaching one another - we've struggled this year to have time for the business with unexpected illness so it's lovely to come back to it. ... See MoreSee Less

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I just found this poem, written by Nancy Doyle of Genius Within all about the story I tell younger learners about what it was like for me trying to spell as a child. Hope it brings a smile and also some great tips on how to spell!

Caitlin was a little girl who tried to learn to spell
She practised all the time but it didn’t go so well

She threw down her pencil, sighed and said
I just can’t do it! I’m going straight to bed

She got into her bed and hid beneath the covers
Why can’t I spell just as well as all the others?

Poor Caitlin cried herself to sleep, she was sad
She didn’t know how to make her spelling not so bad

But suddenly from nowhere a Wizard appeared
With a tall purple hat and a rather straggly beard

He smiled at Caitlin and said “it’s alright
I’ll show you my spelling trick it won’t take half the night

The first thing that you have to do is feel good inside
Feeling yummy in your tummy, knees, toes or mind

Where can your feeling be? Make it up right now
Does it have a size or shape? Does it shout out WOW”?

Well Caitlin found a sparkle in the corner of her heart
It wasn’t very big but it was a good start

The Wizard waved his wand and the sparkle grew and grew
It shone so bright within her and suddenly she knew

That she could learn to spell with the wizard and his tricks
There wasn’t any need to get her knickers in a twist

The Wizard asked Caitlin to picture in her head
Her front door from memory: “is it black, brown or red?”

She remembered it had a letterbox halfway and it was white
The wizard pointed out that she looked up and left, not right

He told her that up and to the left must be
Where she kept her picture memory

And that if she could remember her door and stuff
Remembering words should be easy enough

The Wizard showed her a word that was very long
But her sparkle grew, she couldn’t get it wrong

The wizard held the word to the left and up high
And she let the letters sink in to her mind’s eye

When the wizard turned the paper round so that the word was gone
Caitlin was surprised to see her memory was turned on

Her eyes seemed to see the letters up and left
The first one, the second and most of the rest

She thought that the letters at the end could be more clear
They jiggled around a bit, Caitlin started to fear

But! The wizard waved his wand about and said don’t worry
Make that sparkle shine and take your time, no hurry

Here’s the word again, think of sparkle, look at how
The shapes of letters rise and fall, take a picture now

Caitlin felt the magic buzzing all about her brain
She took a deep breath and looked at the word again

This time it popped out completely whole and clear
She closed her eyes but the word was still there

When the Wizard took it away she spelled every letter
Forwards or backwards her spelling couldn’t get better

It was just like a switch had been thrown in her mind
She shook the Wizard’s hand and said “thanks for being so kind”

The wizard practised with her until she knew ten words
Her sparkle was so strong she felt like flying with the birds

Caitlin was a Magical Speller it was true
All of a sudden so many words she knew

The wizard gave a flick of his wand and disappeared
Caitlin climbed back into bed her brain feeling weird

She slept very soundly and she woke up bright
Because she still remembered all her spellings right

From then on Caitlin had no trouble to spell
She knew how to work her memory well

Start with a good feeling put the word up to the left
Notice all the shapes and your memory does the rest!
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Magical Spelling Limited
The Practice, 58 Caldy Road,
West Kirby,
CH48 2HN, UK
Phone: +44 (0)151 625 4710