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10 Minutes a Day: Spelling Games, Second Grade
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Improve your child's spelling 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 second grade spelling game book covers long vowel sounds, compound words, plural endings, synonyms, antonyms, 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 2.
Number of Pages: 80
Publication Date: 2015
|Dimensions: 11.00 X 8.50 (inches)|
Supporting school curricula, this engaging workbook helps your child learn and understand spelling concepts. Packed with carefully constructed exercises, 10 Minutes A Day: Spelling Games outlines the spelling rules of words used in everyday language, boosting your child's writing and verbal skills and helping children succeed in school. With content ranging from long vowel sounds to compound words, plural endings, synonyms and antonyms, plus parents notes and answers, 10 Minutes a Day: Spelling Games: 2nd Grade is the perfect reinforcement aid for spelling help at home.
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.