Word Roots Level 1
Children who have a solid grasp of word roots are bound to be children with better reading comprehension skills, primarily because they have acquired the ability to decode words. Word Roots will teach your children the meanings of Latin and Greek prefixes, roots, and suffixes of words commonly used in English.
Reproducible So the Whole Family Can Use This
With reproducible pages, the entire family can use Word Roots to become articulate and well-versed linguists.
New Version for 2015 with Added Vocabulary
This new version of Word Roots replaces the former Word Roots Books A1 and A2 with a single expanded book. The publisher added more than 100 new vocabulary words plus activities focusing on using the words in context to help students incorporate them into their vocabulary and retain the correct spelling.
Books include a pretest/posttest, lesson reviews, answers, and a dictionary of the prefixes, roots, suffixes, and vocabulary words derived from Latin and/or Greek word elements.
• Meanings of prefixes, roots, and suffixes used to form the vocabulary words
Activities Following Lessons Include:
• Spelling and Defining Words
• Completing the Sentence
• Defining the Word Parts
• Writing Sentences
• And Optional Creative Writing
Author: Cherie A. Plant
Binding: Paperback, perforated
Publisher: The Critical Thinking Company
I love this book because it’s easy to use. It’s straightforward and it’s an important skill. This will help my son with his sat’s!
This looks like a great workbook. I like the focus on decoding roots, pre- and suffixes.
I have used Word roots with my high school and this is the first time I am using it with my 7th grader. He struggles with doing simple spelling word lists, he says they are boring. but this book has already got him engaged.
I love this! You can see the breakdown of all the words and how you would use them. I like the repetition as well through the lessons and review
This is a great book that helps kids understand vocabulary and increases spelling skills as well. It was much to difficult for my fourth grader but my 6th grader has no trouble with it.