Amelia M. asks, “What can I do at home to support my children’s spelling development?” Here is some creative and practical advice from Thomas. Take a peek!
Mary T. from Iron Springs in Alberta, Canada, asks, “How to learn to spell words in writing English?” Here Thomas shares three simple but powerful principles.
Sheena J. from Kerala, India, asks, “How to make my son love spelling?” Here’s an answer from Thomas on how important it is to center on the love.
Carrie V. asks when to use A or AN before a word: “I thought it had to do with vowels, but sometimes people don’t follow this rule. Help!” Here Thomas gives 3 essential tips about A and AN, including in front of the letter H
Sara A. asks, “How can we master spelling?” Here are three tips from Thomas on how to become a spelling master.
Andrew L writes, “How is W a vowel, as stated in “Marie’s Handy Guide to Spelling Rules?” Here is a step-by-step guide filmed on Plum Forest Farm that shows exactly when W is a vowel and when W is a consonant
Are you looking for a free English spelling course online that you can use with your family or yourself? Check out our Free Cozy Spelling Course, a comprehensive 36-course that encourages student to listen, look, write, and learn.
With so many of us now learning from home, have you found yourself needing grammar help, resources, ideas, or support for your kids? Do you want to learn or teach language in ways that inspire creativity and confidence? Send us your question and we’ll answer it in a video!
Priti M. asks, “What is the best way to learn English spelling? Children always have problems with spelling. What is the best way to teach them?” Here are three keys from Thomas
Audrine recently asked about how to determine long vowel sounds for an exercise in our Free Cozy Spelling Course. Check out this in-depth answer from Thomas. The key, he explains, lies in our ears.
This question comes from Rosie C., writing from the UK. Rosie has asked a wonderful question about some of the exercises. In Lesson 9 of the Basic Cozy Grammar Course, we discuss the topic of singular versus plural verbs. What makes clings singular and cling plural? And what makes knocks singular and knock plural?
Neha M. asks, “How to Teach English Grammar in the Easiest Way?” Here are four simple suggestions from Thomas.
We’re delighted to reopen Marie’s Free Cozy Spelling Course. Over the past five weeks, we’ve been hard at work redesigning and revamping this time-tested course for our new website. Watch Cozy Grammar’s producer and director David Mielke describe the features of this comprehensive and popular free course.