How to create your own spelling list

How to create your own spelling list

1. To create your own spelling list, first make sure you are in the main home screen and then select the 'Spelling Shed' logo on the EdShed homepage.



2. You will find wordlists on the tabs between 'Data' and 'SPaG' tabs.

3. Once you have clicked on 'Word Lists' you will then see 'Your Lists', 'Favourite Lists', 'Spelling scheme' etc.
4. On the right hand side there is a blue ‘+ Create List’ button, click on this to add the words you want and create your own list.



5. To allow other teachers to see the spelling lists you have created, Go into the list you want to share, select 'Set favourite' and then add the teachers you want to to be able to access the list.



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