This is the future of spelling.
Sir Linkalot’s award-winning app improves spelling for students of all ages
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“Sir Linkalot is a fascinating and fun means of memorizing and visualizing words”
– Skillswise, BBC
“It makes spelling fun. I see the animations when I write the words.”
– 10 year old child with ASD & ADHD
“Brilliant. I can now spell diarrhoea! “
– Sir Paul McCartney
Learn to spell any word you want from ‘was’ to ‘onomatopoeia’ by watching the short, funny animations on the app. Then test yourself to see if they have stuck and keep track of your results. You’ll never fail a spelling test again.
Sir Linkalot takes away the stress of you trying to help your child with their spelling lists. You’ll be looking over the shoulder, curious to know what they’re laughing at. You may even learn some spellings yourself! Download the app now.
Revolutionising how children learn the key elements of literacy: spelling tricky words; homophones, vocabulary, punctuation, grammar, rules, patterns and etymology. A game-changer for dyslexics.
The app is divided into the five key elements of literacy: spelling, homophones, rules & patterns, punctuation & grammar and etymology (origin of words). These are categorised into ‘bundles’ with each based on a renowned literary figure. We’re always adding more bundles to the app to further expand your spelling knowledge.
Sir Linkalot’s partner-in-crime, Lady Lexicographer (aka Susie Dent from the smash hit TV quiz show ‘Countdown’), whose favourite book is the dictionary, will reveal the origin of certain words on the app that have an interesting story to tell including prefixes.
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“I hate spellings. I thought it was going to be boring. I really love it and remember so much…”
“Sir Linkalot reminds me of pirates getting excited trying to decipher treasure maps. I’ve no excuse for forgetting anything again. Oh dear “
“I am absolutely blown away by this spelling technique and know this is going to be absolute gold for my pupils…”
“Sir Linkalot has something to offer in terms of raising standards in our schools”
“The use of mnemonics (links) in this way is an excellent idea”