Second Grade Spelling & Vocabulary Bundle

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Second Grade Spelling & Vocabulary Bundle

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Second Grade Spelling Games & Activities * Sylvan's Second Grade Spelling Games & Activities includes entertaining, grade-appropriate exercises that will help your child improve his or her spelling skills. Rather than using rote memorization as a way to teach spelling, the games and activities in this workbook provide a fun way for kids to get involved in learning and succeed in school. Spelling and language arts in general are crucial subjects in second grade, and the activities in this workbook are a great supplement to your child's classroom work. * Paperback * 128 Pages * Published Date: July 21, 2009

Second Grade Vocabulary Puzzles

  • Sylvan's Second Grade Vocabulary Puzzles will help your child practice and expand his or her vocabulary. Each fun, age and grade-appropriate puzzle in the workbook focuses on a skill that will help your child learn and understand new words and excel in school. Building a broad vocabulary is critical for reading and writing well, and will benefit your child in second grade and beyond.
  • Paperback
  • 128 Pages
  • Published Date: July 21, 2009

Material: paperback

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Brand: Random House

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