Vocabulary From Classical Roots B

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Item #: 009981
ISBN: 9780838822548
Grades: 8-10

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Publisher:Educators Publishing Service
Pub. Date: January 2004
Binding: Trade Paper
Language: English
Series Title: Vocabulary from Classical Roots Ser.
Grade Range: 8 to up
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Finally a vocabulary program that my kids don't whip through with little effort! These are challenging and thought-provoking exercises with many vocabulary words students haven't already heard I must admit a few of the questions stumped me! This program isn't so difficult as to produce frustration but is difficult enough that a good student won't necessarily answer every question correctly every time This one's a winner!
September 29, 2008
Tried and true vocabulary builder
I have used this series to build vocabulary using roots and affixes from Greek and Latin for many years and am using it now for a public school student I tutor.
May 3, 2016
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5 months ago
Love it love it love it! This is the best I've seen for teaching vocabulary with Latin and Greek roots Your children will apply the lessons to their other studies as well
July 7, 2010
Perfect! A serious study and not too difficult This series is very interesting These can by used by many grade levels and you can expand on the course for an older student Love This!
June 22, 2005
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school text book
Dionka P on Sep 11, 2016
"Knowing the roots enables one to extrapolate word meanings."
Sylvia B on Aug 21, 2016
school text book
Dionka P on Sep 11, 2016
We use this book at our school
Jamie K on Aug 22, 2016
"Knowing the roots enables one to extrapolate word meanings."
Sylvia B on Aug 21, 2016
Used Level A last year; excellent program
Joan D on Aug 16, 2016
already use
Denise M on Jul 20, 2016
I have used this series for homeschooling the past 15 years and my kids have always enjoyed them and continue choosing them over other options.
Sarah Y on Jul 4, 2016
Well Trained Mind recommended... We've enjoyed the first levels and plan on continuing. Nice to have the answer key so that it's easier to check my daughter's work.
Jessica C on May 25, 2016
Helps my son
Anuradha S on May 9, 2016
We have been following the vocabulary/word study as recommended in The Well-Trained Mind. So far we have been please. This is the next book on our list.
Julie S on May 4, 2016
I wanted a vocabulary workbook that uses word roots. I think this is a better way to learn words. It seems a skill that could be useful in figuring out words.
Nancy D on Apr 20, 2016
A great vocabulary building resource
Jill V on Apr 2, 2016
Great curriculum for expanding vocabulary
User on Feb 16, 2016
homeschool
Julie M on Oct 21, 2015
My son's vocabulary book at school
Rola E on Sep 28, 2015
We use this book at our school
Jamie K on Aug 22, 2016
Used Level A last year; excellent program
Joan D on Aug 16, 2016
are the books sequential?
A shopper on Jan 4, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes, in that the words get harder as you go higher (like from book A to book B to book C...). You can start further in with no problems in my opinion (especially for the older student) but will miss a lot of good, helpful words to learn and know. Personally, I bought three different levels for 3 of our kids and when I saw the good vocabulary words they were missing from not doing a lower level, I had them all start out one level lower than I had first planned.