Word Fun Complete Set

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These concept books define basic parts of speech and give appealing examples of their usage. The examples are in capital letters in colors different from the accompanying text. The bright illustrations will especially help younger students visualize each part of speech. This series received the Distinguished Achievement Award in 2006 from the Association of Educational Publishers. Includes a glossary, index, and places to find further information.

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Identify and use various parts of speech and punctuation properly.
Description:
Set 1 title includes:
If You Were a Conjunction
If You Were an Adjective
If You Were a Preposition
If You Were a Pronoun
If You Were a Homonym
If You Were a Noun
If You Were a Synonym
If You Were a Verb
If You Were an Adverb

Set 2 titles include:
If You Were a Compound Word
If You Were a Suffix
If You Were a Prefix
If You Were a Contraction
If You Were an Exclamation
If You Were a Comma
If You Were an Apostrophe
If You Were a Period
If You Were a Question Mark
If You Were a Quotation Mark
Grade Level:
Grades: 2-4
Reading Level:
Guided Reading Level: L-O
Details:
  • 19 softcover book
    Size: 11" x 9"
    24 pages each

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He Asks to Read Them!

I home school a child with special needs(2nd grade) - adhd/dysgraphia / sensory issues. He resists doing any 'school'. He loves these books enough to ask to read them. We are not focusing on "that you are learning" - just these are fun books to read. After enough reading - he'll pick up the parts of speech. Colorful and brief descriptions of the part of speech.
2/12/2015
By JudyG from , TX
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