Thursday, 4 August 2011

Writing Fun will no longer be freely available.


Free access to Writing Fun closes on 1st September, 2011. 


Writing Fun by Jenny Eather
I am sharing some of the information included in a message from Jenny Eather on her website Writing Fun:

"Under the care of the educational team at 3P Learning, all the Writing Fun resources previously utilised by you will be available at www.spellodrome.com from September, 2011.
Teachers who are not Spellodrome subscribers, will be provided with FREE access to all the Writing Fun resources for their class for the remainder of 2011. After 30 September 2011, Writing Fun will only be accessible to teachers and students with a registered user name and password."

Simply register your details and you will be granted a free licence to Writing Fun which will be valid until 31 January 2012. Once teachers have registered their details and subscribed
they then can set their students up with continued free access to Writing Fun via Spellodrome, by following 4  simple steps if they wish to.

Thank you Jenny for the use of your marvellous resources for all these years. 
Thanks to Steph Westwood for the notice of this impending change.

7 comments:

The Book Chook said...

So glad they're providing a work around!

Prescription Drugs said...

I would like you to keep up the good work.You know how to make your post understandable for most of the people.I will definitely share it with others.Thanks for sharing.

swanroom5 said...

Does anyone have a login/password they could share with me. I missed the cut off and I can't sign up. I'm only wanting to access writingfun not the rest of spellodrome. TIA

Marie said...

very disappointed its free access no longer available.

Squish said...

http://west.cdn.mathletics.com/flexBin/assets/spellodromeSCAssets/WritingFun/writingfun2010.html

You're welcome ;)

Anonymous said...

Extremely disappointing that educational resources that help children with literacy - an area in which Australian students are well behind the rest of the world in - has now resorted to a money making business.

Audrey Nay said...

It is disappointing that the resource is no longer free...however, I am sure that anyone who spent months designing and producing such a valuable resource would deserve to make some money for their efforts.
We had a very good run! :)
Funny how many people do not like to pay even when a resource is considered to be outstanding!
Cheers Audrey