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Modern Curriculum Press Spelling Workout 2001/2002 Level E Student Edition

Interesting and varied exercises provide more fun activities than plain rote learning! Based on a phonetic model, cross-curricular reading passages, high-interest writing activities, flexible lessons, motivating activities, fun riddles & puzzles will help students move from simple sound-letter relationships to more complex spelling patterns. The 36 lessons each focus on a spelling rule or pattern. Level E, Grade 5. Softcover.
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Customer Reviews for Spelling Workout 2001/2002 Level E Student Edition
Review 1 for Spelling Workout 2001/2002 Level E Student Edition
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Exactly what I was looking for...

Date:March 18, 2014
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Cadi74
Location:Birmingham, AL
Age:35-44
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I bought this workbook for my DS, who has moved through it with no issues and I have no complaints. The lessons are simple and straightforward, giving the student vocabulary practice as well. I love that there is a dictionary in the back so he doesn't have to drag out the big one. We purchased one grade level ahead, as he started reading and spelling early, and I'm glad we did. I saw no reason to purchase the teacher edition of this, although in higher grade levels, it might be handy to have the answers available.
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Review 2 for Spelling Workout 2001/2002 Level E Student Edition
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Well presented Lessons that make sense

Date:February 26, 2013
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leni
Location:BC Canada
Age:45-54
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Unless it comes naturally, learning to spell well comes from seeing /reading the word in text that engages the student, as well writing it. Breaking it down with phonetic clues or games works well - this program has it all.
The exercises are never too long. It all starts with a practice quiz for student to gauge the rest of his study and focus. The final exercise has the student writing a short paragraph using some of the words he has learned to spell with a 20 word spelling test to follow. Wish the workbook could be laid completely flat but it comes close.
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Review 3 for Spelling Workout 2001/2002 Level E Student Edition
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Independent Spelling Program

Date:August 4, 2011
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Audrey
Location:Tennessee
Age:35-44
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Spelling workout offers fun work pages to practice spelling words without too much drill. It teaches phonics and spelling rules as well. I keep a spelling notebook along with it to review common mistakes and misspellings. I'm pleased that this program takes very little of my time and the kids enjoy it.
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Review 4 for Spelling Workout 2001/2002 Level E Student Edition
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Basic Spelling book

Date:January 25, 2011
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JenneferJ
Location:CA
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This spelling book is very basic, but it gets the job done. It works really well for children who need a week to learn new words.
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