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In Book 3, students review the parts of speech they learned in Books 1 and 2 and move on to more advanced material. The new material helps students add life to their writing and encourages them to use more sophisticated forms. Through examples and exercises, students learn why grammar is important and how using it correctly will help them in reading, speaking, and writing.
Grade 5. 160 non-reproducible pages, consumable softcover workbook.
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Ridgewood Grammar Book 1, Grade 3Educators Publishing Service / 2000 / Trade Paperback$10.99 Retail:
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Ridgewood Grammar Book 2, Grade 4Educators Publishing Service / 2001 / Trade Paperback$11.69 Retail:
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Ridgewood Grammar Book 1, Teacher's GuideEducators Publishing Service / 2000 / Trade Paperback$5.49 Retail:
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Erin5 Stars Out Of 5September 28, 2009ErinWe have used both Book 2 and Book 3 of the Ridgewood Grammar series. Book 2 was used in our child's classroom at school, and Book 3 was used for our summer homeschool. I think it is one of the best products on the market for grammer drills. It's not a comprehensive course on English. But it provides excellent practice exercises for reinforcing grammar skills. I'm starting my second child in this series as well. I agree with the first reviwer that the answer key is not a teaching manual. So if you need help in preparing a lesson you won't find it there. But the text itself has sufficient explanation to get ready for each set of exercises.
Carolyn2 Stars Out Of 5March 29, 2006CarolynThis book does introduce a variety of grammar concepts to students, but that is all it does. It does not allow extended practice of more difficult concepts. Usually just one or two usable exercises are available. Particularly abstract concepts, such as indirect objects, are not explained very well. In addition to all of this the only "teacher's guide" that comes with it provides answers to the exercises and that is all. There are no tests provided and no direction with each of the "lessons." I would not recommend this grammar book.