Building Spelling Skills, Book 6

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Christian Liberty Press, Feb 1, 1995 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 127 pages
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Students who study this workbook will be better prepared to spell words that have difficult sounds or difficult endings. This book also provides instruction in Key Latin and Greek prefixes. Later units in the book teach students how to discriminate synonyms and how to change accents. Grade 6.
 

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User Review  - daisy - Christianbook.com

I like that it has activities for each spelling list. There are four lessons and then the fifth is the review and final test. Each unit is only 4 pages total, so it won't take a lot of time. The down ... Read full review

User Review  - Rose Hardison - Christianbook.com

We've used CLP Spelling for 4 years and love it. The price is great, and my two children retain the information, which has enabled them to become good "spellers". A glossary in the back of the book would be a nice bonus for ease of locating definitions. Read full review

Contents

Tricky Trailers cious tious
62
Tricky Trailers ance ence
65
Tricky Trailers A E OR I
68
Tricky Trailers C S OR SC
71
Suffix Rule One
74
Suffix Rule Two
77
Suffix Rule Three
80
AU AW OU OW
83

Spelling the er Sounds
26
Spelling the s Sounds
29
Spelling the k Sounds
32
Spelling the sh Sounds
35
Tricky Trailers areror
38
Tricky Trailers ar er or
41
Tricky Trailers cal cle
44
Tricky Trailers cy sy
47
Tricky Trailersise ize yze
50
Tricky Trailers able ible
53
Tricky Trailers eous ious
56
Tricky Trailers ant ent
59
Suffix Rule One Exceptions
86
Suffix Rule 23 Exceptions
89
PER OR PUR DE OR Dl
92
English Prefixes
95
Latin Prefixes
98
Latin Prefixes
101
Greek Prefixes
104
Discriminating Synonyms
107
Change of Accent
110
L OR LL
113
UNIT FINAL TEST FORMS
116
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