Ok, have been looking this, but have hit an apparent hurdle....
How can I use a card with the word (correctly spelled) on it, without briefly reminding the dc of the spelling just in time to stop me working out whether or not they 'really' know the spelling? Are the safmeds cards for me when teaching spellings? Is it better to get the dc to spell it out, write it down, select the 'correct' card from a group or similar words?
Or do I need to make 'picture dictionary' flash cards with relevant drawings on one side and words on the other <aargh> <please say no>
Yes Maryeea that is the Haughton learning matrix on the Precision Teaching wikihub, where the great and the good of the world of PT cluster. It's not terribly user friendly unfortunately but it is a goldmine.
PT has enabled my own child and many others to get further with reading, speliing, handwriting, maths and vocab learning than I would ever have dreamt possible a few years ago. It is one of life's great mysteries as to why it is relatively obscure.