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Classical Academic Press Greek Alphabet Code Cracker

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Kids will become familiar with the Greek alphabet and letter sounds as they attempt to recover the stolen Urn of Achilles. Kids will get practice writing and pronouncing letters, and by the end will learn all of the consonant and vowel sounds, as well as consonant blends and diphthongs by systematic, phonetic lessons. As they translate the Greek letters into English words phonetically, they're gain a fun, engaging, introduction to the building blocks of Greek! 91 full-color, glossy pages, softcover. Answer key included (upside-down student pages with the correct answers overlaid). Ages 9-12.

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Easy and Fun

Date:January 9, 2013
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The layout of this workbook was easy and fun. My 12 yr and 8 yr old loved it. They sang the song everyday, and everyday we impressed ourselves! I remember learning Greek in 6th grade and liked it. But I don't remember it being as fun as this book made it. I would recommend this book.
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My 8 & 9 year olds are learning GREEK!

Date:August 29, 2012
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Allison Thompson
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Great intro book for youngsters. My kids love the "secret agent" feel, and they are now constantly singing the Greek Alpha-Beta song.
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