Wacky Word Games

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Pembroke Publishers Limited, 2001 - Games & Activities - 32 pages
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Silly rhymes, tricky riddles, and all sorts of wacky word games to challenge children of all ages. Alliteration, homophones, and anagrams will help 8- to 12-year-olds learn the basics of the English language and create their own rhymes, unscramble words, solve riddles, and find words within words. The book uses both word and picture clues to challenge and entertain every student.

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Margie Golick text
Markham Ontario L3R 3K9 Canada
or mechanical including photocopy recording
ISBN 1551380293 Turning Lead into Gold

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About the author (2001)

Golick is a professional psychologist, educational advisor, lecturer, and card shark. She is a consultant to Learning Associates of Montreal and chief psychologist of the Learning Associates of Montreal.

Ann Grafton is the creative director of international decorating company Colefax Group. Jane Churchill runs her own decorating firm. Simon Upton is a photographer specializing in interiors and portrait photography. His other books include "Ancient + Modern," "Great Escapes," and "The New Decorating with Pictures,

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