Hi friends! Today I’m sharing our top homeschool curriculum picks for Spelling!

The curriculum I’m mentioning today are all things that we have used in the past and enjoyed. Hopefully they will help you get started when researching the best curriculum for your family.

Watch my Top Homeschool Spelling Curriculum Picks video here!


Here are links to some of my favorite Spelling resources:


Want more info? Stop by my Spelling Curriculum Forum where I shared some of my favorite resources and my community piped in with their favorites too!

And don’t forget to check out our COAH Community where we all share and discuss our favorite curriculum too!



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  1. Thank you for your review on Spelling you see, Erica! Do you recommend the Instruction Manual for the Americana Level? Also, how do I order through your website so you receive your small percentage?


    1. I almost never use the TM for the SYS levels. They’re pretty straight forward on their own! Just my opinion tho 🙂 You can click the link on my home page in the sensors section just scroll down a tad and thanks so much!

  2. Hi, my daughter is starting 3rd and isn’t the best speller. We have done Abeka in the past for everything, but this year we switched everything up. Spelling is the only thing I haven’t made a commitment to yet. I also have a 1st grader and 2 little boys that will start in few years. I’m having a hard time deciding between All About Spelling and SYS. Any suggestions?

    Jennifer Gonzalez
    1. I really like to start with All About Spelling Level 1. I think they do a great job at working on the phonics rules, after that we’ve moved to SYS as my kids like it better and it’s easier for me to teach. But also we have had great success with SYS as well!

  3. After you have used All About Spelling Level 1, which level of Spelling You See do you switch to?

    Also, do you think Spelling You See would be a good fit for a boy who dislikes writing? He CAN write, he just wants to write as little as possible. I’ve shied away from Spelling You See because of that.

    1. There is quite a bit of writing in Spelling You See, so I am not sure he would like that. It’s basically copy/dictation work daily. You may want to stick with AAS which is more hands-on using tiles and games, etc.

  4. Do you buy the set for the Spelling You See? From your review it doesn’t seem like a teachers manual is necessary. I have several who are really good readers but writing and spelling are really challenging. So I think this may be exactly what we need for improving. do you suggest a set per child?


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