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Literacy Unlimited Greek and Latin Flash Cards, set of 100, Volume 2

This set of root-words flash cards accompanies the sold-separately English from the Roots Up, Volume 2 book. Color-coded for easy recognition, Latin-root cards have a red border, and Greek-root cards have a green border. The Root Word is on the front, and the back features the pronunciation, translation, and derivative words & phrases with definitions. The information on the back of the card is the same that's presented in the boxes within the book. Cards are made from lightweight cardstock and come in a box.
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Customer Reviews for Greek and Latin Flash Cards, set of 100, Volume 2
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Great tool for teaching Greek and Latin roots.

Date:December 10, 2013
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The set of flashcards is made to accompany the book From the Roots Up vol. 2. The cards are a great way for students to practice and review the roots and their origins and meanings.
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Review 2 for Greek and Latin Flash Cards, set of 100, Volume 2
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A great resource for any homeschool classroom

Date:April 1, 2011
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We use the cards as a way to drill for our local spelling bee. They are fantastically well done, and are a great way to improve spelling skills. I highly recommend them, even if you don't use the workbook.
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