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What is your email?

What are your hours?

During the busy season (Sept.-Nov), I will be in the office on weekdays from 9-5.  School activities with my children may affect hours.  We are not open on weekends.

The best way to get a faster response is to email me at  My email also comes to my cell phone so I still get this when I am out of the office.

How much is shipping/handling?

A charge of $10.00 is added to each order.  We ship UPS ground.

What is the earliest date that I can receive my materials each school year?

We are usually ready to ship materials mid-August.

Where is the official UIL Word Power?

Official UIL Word Power and A+ Spelling lists are now available as downloads from

Do you have any material that lists all of the words in alphabetical order?

We offer Alphabetical Spelling Tests for all levels.  You can also find an alphabetical list for high school in the Word Power Companion in the Phonetic Spellings section.

Are the words on this year’s list the same as last year’s list?

No, UIL revises the list for all grade levels every year.

Do you have a printable brochure of products?

Click here for brochure

Do you prepare tests for Invitational Meets?

Yes, we do.  BIG CHANGE FOR 2021-2022:  we have discontinued the download version and now offer an online test. Please see the invitational meet section on our website for details.

I used to order a mock invitational test to prepare my spellers.  What can I order now?

Please contact us.  We do have two 3-8 invitationals that are created solely for practice meets.  These could be used as a way to get hands-on experience.

I want more information on the new Online Invitational Testing program.

I have created two videos (below) that will show how the program works from the contest director's point of view as well as the student's.

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