Building the brain for literacy TM SPELL-Links uniquely applies clinical and neurobiological brain research by using speech-to-print word study instruction that leverages the brain's biological organization and wiring for oral language. This gateway leads to reading, writing, and spelling success for all K-12 students.

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Reading and writing success begins with word study – a structured, systematic way of learning, practicing, and applying knowledge of sounds, letters, and word meanings to read and spell. With word study all students, including those with learning disabilities such as dyslexia and dysgraphia, gain skills and confidence. SPELL-Links uniquely combines speech-to-print, multi-linguistic, and meta-linguistic word study methods, delivering structured literacy instruction to produce strong writers and fluent readers with deep comprehension and rich vocabularies.

Dr. Louisa Moats:

"SPELL-Links assessment (SPELL, SPELL-2) will direct teachers toward...aspects of language and encourage the use of more enlightened instructional practices that truly educate students in word studyI am pleased to be among the first to appreciate the excellent work that has gone into this product and I applaud the authors’ achievement." 

Foreword, SPELL Examiner Manual

BE a word wiz!  

Connect with educators and researchers across multiple disciplines via SPELLTalk, the FREE online professional discussion group dedicated to improving literacy through discussion of research and evidence-based best practices.

Accomplish more while meeting the needs of diverse students across all grades with one easily tailored word study solution. 

Understand why your child is struggling with reading, writing, and spelling and get results that everyone can feel good about.

Maximize student outcomes with SPELL-Links’ proven word study methods for speech-to-print structured literacy instruction.

Improve outcomes with an integrated structured literacy solution, from assessment to intervention; all tiers, all grades.