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In Book 3, students will focus on unaccented ending patterns and unaccented middle syllables with a schwa or short-i vowel sound. Exercises include spelling practice, proofreading, crossword puzzles, word finds, fill in the blank, categorizing, sorting, and passage reading for fluency and comprehension. 108 non-reproducible pages, softcover. Grades 4-12.
This 2nd Edition features include one-syllable warm-up pages; content-area reading passages; mid-book review list & activities; and redesigned pages highlighting instructional content.
Number of Pages: 108
Vendor: Educators Publishing Service
Publication Date: 2010
Dimensions: 10.75 X 8.0 X .25 (inches)
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kk momma5 Stars Out Of 5Mechanical spelling!!!January 9, 2014kk mommaQuality: 5Value: 4Meets Expectations: 5EASY TO USE AND EFFECTIVE
For my son who sees the world from an all male mechanical mind, this has been the key to him finally grasping spelling. After several failed spelling curriculums, I started with megawords one with my 10 year old. I felt it was important to start at the beginning. He is doing 2 books a year. The syllabic approach of teaching parts not letter rules is exactly what his mechanical engineering brain needed. It is open and go ready with almost no teacher work required. My son does this completely independent aside from the occasional dictation.
CON:Not for ALL This approach would never have worked for my daughter. Her brain is not wired this way and it would have driven her nuts. She does vocabulary from classical roots for Spelling and vocab.