Spelling Workout 2001 Level D Student Edition

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Item #: 023947
ISBN: 9780765224835
Grade: 4
Author: Phillip Trocki

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Publisher:Modern Curriculum Press
Pub. Date: 2003
Binding: Trade Cloth
Edition: Revised; Student Manual, Study Guide, etc., illustrated
Language: English
Series Title: Spelling Workout
Age Range: 9
Grade Range: 4
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Spelling Workout has all the components you need to lead students from simple sound-letter relationships to more complex spelling patterns.

Students learn spelling skills based on phonics through unique, cross-curricular reading passages, practice, and high-interest writing activities. Packed with flexible lessons, motivating activities, including fun riddles and puzzles, this dynamic program leads students to spelling success!

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Category Description for MCP Spelling Workout 2001 Ed.

This updated version is very similar to the older edition. The most noticeable differences are a more contemporary page layout and a reduction in sports-themed headings like "warm-ups" and "pep talks." Other differences include an extra writing activity at the end of each lesson in the student book, but the removal of references to warm-ups, final tests, and bonus words activities. All information and instruction on these activities are now found only in the teachers manual. While you can still "get by" using the program without the teachers manual, you may want the teachers manual to get the most out of the program. Some content has been updated, including several new reading/editing passages and a few new word lists. Aside from these differences most of the pages (while they may not match up exactly in page number) look very much the same. The size/length of the books have not changed. Basically, if youre trying to decide between the editions in your own homeschool, you wont lose out either way. However, if you are using Spelling Workout in a group/class/co-op situation, you will probably want to pick one edition and stick with it to ensure uniformity of word lists, and for ease of checking work. For a better value, homeschool bundles that include the student worktext and teachers edition are now available.

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MCP Spelling Workout Book D
I am on my third time through the Spelling workout series, currently on Book D with my youngest child. My children & I enjoy the format & flexibility of the workbooks. I go through the list words, the story, and the spelling tip with the child on Mondays, then they do the written exercises during the rest of the week. By the time Friday comes, the list words are mastered. There is a mini-dictionary in the back of each book that contains all of the list words for that level.
February 3, 2016
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We love this spelling series and are working our way through the books for the second time (with a second child).
Charity T on Sep 18, 2016
First year trying this curriculum. We needed level D for a Grade 3 student that is reading and spelling at a higher level.
Kristen I on Aug 19, 2016
We love this spelling series and are working our way through the books for the second time (with a second child).
Charity T on Sep 18, 2016
I have the teacher editions of this book used previously with other children and wanted to secure the workbooks for the caboose in the family before a new edition came out. Most significantly we really like this curriculum. The format is friendly and fun and teaches basic rules for spelling identified in each lesson.
Diane G on Aug 25, 2016
First year trying this curriculum. We needed level D for a Grade 3 student that is reading and spelling at a higher level.
Kristen I on Aug 19, 2016
I needed a good Spelling curriculum. This one was mentioned in "The Well Trained Mind" and it seemed like a curriculum that I (as the teacher) don't have to be extensively involved in. I have four children, so that is important to me.
Danielle L on Jul 26, 2016
Kids love the workbook style.
Nicole N on Jul 9, 2016
required by school
Linda K on Jul 8, 2016
This was recommended in the Well Trained Mind.
Ronald H on Jul 5, 2016
My student is struggling with spelling, and I am hoping this book will help her.
Amy E on May 18, 2016
Easy for kids to do independently.
Vara C on Apr 2, 2016
Would not recommend this book to anyone. Very poorly put together.
Lucille R on Feb 2, 2016
Easy, fun, effective.
Cindy A on Dec 17, 2015
I've been using this program for several years and really like it, especially the dictionary in the back of the book.
Brenda T on Dec 3, 2015
While they're not perfect, Spelling Workout books are like fun pages that incorporate spelling rules.
Elaine B on Oct 23, 2015
I have the teacher editions of this book used previously with other children and wanted to secure the workbooks for the caboose in the family before a new edition came out. Most significantly we really like this curriculum. The format is friendly and fun and teaches basic rules for spelling identified in each lesson.
Diane G on Aug 25, 2016
I needed a good Spelling curriculum. This one was mentioned in "The Well Trained Mind" and it seemed like a curriculum that I (as the teacher) don't have to be extensively involved in. I have four children, so that is important to me.
Danielle L on Jul 26, 2016