Spelling Workout 2001 Level D Student Edition

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Spelling Workout 2001 Level D Student Edition

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Item #: 023947
ISBN: 9780765224835
Grade: 4

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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 to
Grade Range: 4 to
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from Toledo, OH wrote the following on :
We took a year off from Spelling Workout and tried a few other programs that I kept hearing recommended. We are back to it this year! My daughters love doing the lessons, and I love that it is based on phonics rules. I think it is perfect for a child who learned to read without a lot of phonics instruction. I really like that it incorporates other skills, like editing, also. My daughters have two very different learning styles, yet it works with both of them. I don't use the Teacher's Manual, and I find it very simple to use; we just open the book and do the lesson.
from Dripping Springs, TX wrote the following on :
I hesitated to order a spelling program for my six year old/first grade son. My son is very active and typically avoids workbook style school work. My daughter uses an upper level Spelling Workout (Level G) and enjoys the variety of activities for each weekly lesson. So, I gave it a try. I have been pleasantly surprised with Spelling Workout, Level A. My son enjoys the book. The daily work is short and to the point. He really seems to feel a sense of accomplishment when he figures out which words share the same sounds. I did not buy the Teacher's Book. I don't think you need it for this level. However, I own and use the Teacher Book for my daughter's level. I reccommend this program and plan to continue with it. I actually think I could have used the next level for my son so if you have an advanced reader buy the level above his/her grade level. I don't think Spelling Workout is a Christian text. However, in nine weeks of lessons I have not come by anything in either level that I was uncomfortable with my children reading.
from Dripping Springs, TX wrote the following on :
I hesitated to order a spelling program for my six year old/first grade son. My son is very active and typically avoids workbook style school work. My daughter uses an upper level Spelling Workout (Level G) and enjoys the variety of activities for each weekly lesson. So, I gave it a try. I have been pleasantly surprised with Spelling Workout, Level A. My son enjoys the book. The daily work is short and to the point. He really seems to feel a sense of accomplishment when he figures out which words share the same sounds. I did not buy the Teacher's Book. I don't think you need it for this level. However, I own and use the Teacher Book for my daughter's level. I reccommend this program and plan to continue with it. I actually think I could have used the next level for my son so if you have an advanced reader buy the level above his/her grade level. I don't think Spelling Workout is a Christian text. However, in nine weeks of lessons I have not come by anything in either level that I was uncomfortable with my children reading.
from Round Rock, Texas wrote the following on :
Although I thought this workbook was a little expensive (but still only $15), I have found it to be a good resource. Each lesson is four pages long and has a variety of tasks. The word lists are not overwhelming. My daughter is a confident writer... we do an entire lesson on Mondays, review and quiz on Tuesday, Wednesday off, and then a new lesson on Thursdays and a review and quiz on Fridays. The "Well- Trained Mind" suggests a few pages each day, which would work out to be a lesson each week. We are definitely going to continue with this series. It has some pictures, but they are small, black and white and not distracting.
from Greensboro, NC wrote the following on :
My son really enjoyed spelling this year due to this book. He liked the pace and the activities. We will continue on in the series. Spelling was his favorite subject and that is because of the book format.