Spelling Puzzles 2

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School Zone Publishing Company, Nov 8, 1996 - Education - 32 pages
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School Zone's I KNOW IT! Learning Workbook series provides a resource for basic skills that are taught from kindergarten through sixth grade. Written by specialists, these exciting workbooks are organized so that both child and parent can understand the directions. Amusing illustrations enhance the learning process.

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Review: Spelling Puzzles, Grade 3-4

User Review  - Leigh - Christianbook.com

Colorful and entertaining for my child while learning. Read full review

Review: Spelling Puzzles, Grade 3-4

User Review  - Anna Worley - Christianbook.com

Can't beat the price and this works really well for my reluctant writer. It is very simple and wouldn't work for a child that is a poor speller naturally. Read full review


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Jean E. Syswerda is a former editor and associate publisher for Zondervan Bibles. She helped produce such bestselling Bibles as the NIV Women's Devotional Bible. General editor of the Women of Faith Study Bible and A Mom's Ordinary Day Bible Study Series, she is the author of the Women's Devotional Guide to the Bible and coauthor of the bestselling Read With Me Bible. Jean and her husband, John, have three children and six grandchildren. They live in Allendale, Michigan.
Jean Syswerda es una editora de experiencia y publicadora asociada de Biblias Zondervan. Ella ayudo a producir Biblias exitos de venta como la NVI Biblia Devocional para la Mujer. Es Editora general de la Biblia de Estudio para Mujeres de Fe y Coautora de Mujeres de la Biblia. Ella y su esposo son padres de tres ninos y residen en Allendale, Michigan.

Chris Cook is head of the Modern Archives Unit at the London School of Economics. He is the author, editor, and/or compiler of many previous international political reference books, including Facts on File's Asian Political Almanac and The Making of Modern Africa. He lives in the U.K.

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