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Make Spelling Fun Lesson Plan
In this spelling lesson, learners play a game of spelling battleship in order to memorize their spelling words for the week.
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- The game can accommodate all spelling lists
- The game-like nature of this activity enhances engagement
- Lots of preparation is required for a weekly activity; however, pupils can assist in the process
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