Spelling needs to be approached as recoding sound to print Structure instruction so spelling makes as much sense as possible For example when writing the word bird you write 'b' as you say /b/ and write 'ir' as you say the /er/ sound
I turn to you, good writers, because. you helped with the sound of a but I can't begin to think how. you would write/spell any of them It is definately not the same. sound as a domesticated turkey but how you write. out a bird
There are also a number of words that either look alike or sound alike, and it is difficult to remember when to use Make up a song or poem using your spelling words (I'm a bird enthusiast, so you might want to pick another animal for "a" ).