Magic Tree House
Junie B. Jones
Solid vocabulary knowledge not only prepares fifth-graders for academic success–it makes them stronger readers. The teacher-reviewed, curriculum-based activities and exercises in this workbook will help your child catch up, keep up, and get ahead. Best of all, they’ll have lots of fun doing it!
Helps kids distinguish between synonyms and antonyms. Find three synonyms or antonyms in a row, and win!
COMBO MAMBOReviews word roots by having kids create all the words they can from a given root.
Matches "prefix," "root," and "suffix" puzzle pieces to form new words.
Teaches different meanings of homographs by having kids fill in hopscotch boards with homographs from clues on the board.
Shows how many English words came from other languages, such as French, Dutch, and Spanish.
CHECK IT! STRIPS
Reinforce concepts and build confidence as kids check their own work.
Give your child’s grades and confidence a boost with 5th Grade Vocabulary Success.
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