This full colour A5 dictionary is organised by sounds rather than letters.
Students who are just learning to spell and students who find it difficult to remember what words look like, can record the words they want to find by the sound they begin with. They can write this, then, there on the ‘th’ page; any on the short ‘e’ page, sure on the ‘sh’ page and so forth.
Many young students cannot use a traditional spelling dictionary because they do not know how to spell the word they want by visualising what it looks like, but they can find it by thinking about what sound it starts with.
The 300 most common high-frequency words are alphabetically listed in the back of this dictionary, along with a copy of the Sounds for Spelling/Words for Writing card.
Watch the video that explains how to use My Sound Spelling Dictionary.