Word Roots Level 2
Improve Reading Comprehension
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 B1 and B2 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
Answers are located in the back of this book.
Author: Cherie A. Plant
Binding: Paperback, perforated
Publisher: The Critical Thinking Company
Very challenging for my dyslexic 8th grader. He's only able to do a page a day, and it's a lot for him, but I think it's going to be a good thing for him. By the end of each section he's starting to remember what the words mean.
These books are great fir building a better vocabulary. Instead of memorizing many words, you just learn the root meaning. It makes figuring out meanings of words much easier. I’m hoping this will help my son with his sat’s in the future!
Our family loves the Word Roots books! It really helps my kids with their writing skills.
This year was the first year I've done any kind of word roots curriculum. It has been pretty neat learning where words come from & I have learned a lot of new words this year. At the end of each lesson you have to make up your own sentences with the words for the week and that's pretty fun & funny sometimes.