Spelling is the compound of rules that regulate writing and establishes rules for the correct use of letters and signs. But, how many times have we heard the little ones of the house ask if a word is written with ‘b’ or with ‘v’ or with ‘g’ or ‘j’? More than we would have liked, right? On some occasions, trying to get them to internalise a spelling rule can be ‘mission impossible’.
It’s obvious that the answer is NO. Let’s spend a couple of minutes taking into account those children that, without having a diagnosis, clearly need more time to carry out a task than the rest of their classmates. We are talking about children with a different learning rhythm: