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10 Minutes a Day: Vocabulary, Fourth Grade
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Improve your child's vocabulary abilities in just ten minutes a day- - -you can even time it! Fun and interactive, kids will familiarize themselves with timed tests as they complete the exercises and see how long it takes them to finish the page. Colorful pages feature a two-page spread of related questions; a "time filler" question is included at the top of the page for students if they have more time.
This fourth grade vocabulary book covers words & meanings, synonyms & antonyms, adjectives & adverbs, analogies & metaphors & similes, homographs & homophones, and more.
The timer is built into the book, and contains non-replaceable batteries; it counts to ten minutes, and beeps when it hits 10:00. The timer can be woken up, reset, started, stopped, and paused. Answer key included with answers overlaid on reduced-size student pages. 80 non-reproducible pages, softcover. Grade 4.
Number of Pages: 80
Publication Date: 2015
|Dimensions: 11.00 X 8.50 (inches)|
Boost your child's word power and lay the groundwork for academic success with this new addition to the acclaimed 10 Minutes A Day series of workbooks. In 10 Minutes A Day: Vocabulary 4th Grade imaginative, bite-size exercises, in line with current curricula, familiarize your child with hundreds of words and word types including homophones, adverbs, and contractions, plus key terms in science, math, geography, art, music and more, allowing kids to boost their word skills across the board.
10 Minutes a Day is a series of home-learning workbooks, closely linked to school curricula, that helps make learning easy… and so much fun. It provides quick exercises in math (fractions, decimals, and problem solving) and language and writing skills (spelling, vocabulary, and phonics) for children aged 3-11 years. Using the attached 10-minute timer, these workbooks are ideal for children during "time-to-fill" moments at home and are based on the effective little-and-often learning strategy.