New Product Line!

Eastern Wind Academy is proud to present an exciting new line of products! Spelling Word Cards Levels A through F are available now only on Currclick.com. What are Spelling Word Cards, you ask? These are cards that are designed to accompany the Spelling Workout series of workbooks by Modern Curriculum Press. The word cards are leveled to match the levels of the Spelling Workout books (for example, Spelling Word Cards Level A goes with Spelling Workout A).  The word cards also feature a border the same color as the Spelling Workout book for easy identification – especially helpful if you have multiple children at different levels.  Each card also features the lesson the word is in (this makes mom’s life easier).

If you’re not familiar with the Spelling Workout series, we encourage you to take a look. This is a wonderful program for teaching children the rules for spelling. It is a progressive, sensible and solid spelling curriculum. It’s fun for the kids too!

It is recommended by The Well Trained Mind: A Guide to Classical Education at Home by Susan Wise Bauer and Jessie Wise. The Spelling Workout workbooks are available at Amazon, Rainbow Resource, and Christianbook.com.

These cards are also great for special needs children who need a visual support to help them with their spelling.  We have used these cards successful with Auditory Processing Disorder, but there are a variety of children who could benefit from the use of these products, including children with Autism.

Our Spelling Word Cards can be found here.  Be sure to act quickly – all individual Spelling Word Card titles are 50% off for a limited time only!!

Also, if you’re into saving money (and hey, who isn’t?!), be sure to check out our bundles.  These are huge money savers offering 65-70% off the list price!!

Note:  These cards were designed to accompany the 1994 edition of the book (still readily available).  These cards may work with newer editions, but we cannot absolutely guarantee compatibility.

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