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    My daughter,age 8 is an advance reader, we used AAR and SpellingYouSee till her 2nd grade. She gets fed up of repetitive writings in SpellingYouSee. So I was looking for a different spelling program that's easier and quick to use.
    During my search I came across Worldly Wise Vocabulary program. When is a vocabulary program needed and can it be used instead of Spelling program or both of them needed?
    Also was looking for Worldly Wise for my daughter starting middle school, also an advance reader, is a vocabulary program really needed?
    Thanks

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    If you found a vocabulary program you like, you could work on spelling from that list. I don't think you need a specialized program if you feel that she is doing fine with it.

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