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Building Spelling Skills Book 5 (2nd Edition)

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Building Spelling Skills Book 5 (2nd Edition)

by Garry J. Moes

$10.50

Quick Overview

This course presents spelling words in groups according to various domains of knowledge. Domains include (but are not limited to) world and U.S. geography, astronomy, anatomy, health, law, economics, music, Christian values, uplifting quotes, and reminders to pray for help or thankfulness are noteworthy elements of this spelling workbook. Grade 5.
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This course presents spelling words in groups according to various domains of knowledge. Domains include (but are not limited to) world and U.S. geography, astronomy, anatomy, health, law, economics, music, Christian values, uplifting quotes, and reminders to pray for help or thankfulness are noteworthy elements of this spelling workbook. The concepts presented in this book expose students to a broad range of spelling themes that cover several subjects. The first six units help students learn to spell the names of major countries and cities around the world, including U.S. states and capitals. Later units in this book cover words that are often used in law, economics, science, theology, art, health, agriculture, music, government, and business. Vocabulary-building is emphasized through contextual exercises as well as a lesson dealing with word meanings. Word-bank, crossword, fill-in-the-blank, and other exercises are included, helping children gain familiarity with how words and sentences are constructed. Test sheets are included at the back of the book. This second edition features updated fonts and other minor aesthetic changes; two-tone pages don't distract from the content. 126 pages, softcover. 5th Grade. 2nd Edition.c, buildings, and animals.) pages 132, paperback.

Additional Information

ISBN 9781935796053
Author Garry J. Moes
Age Group grade 5
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