English from the Roots Up Volume 1

English from the Roots Up Volume English from the Roots Up teaches of the most used Greek and Latin root words It will help your child build vocabulary and comprehension as well as figure out unknown words by deciphering their r

  • Title: English from the Roots Up Volume 1
  • Author: Joegil K. Lundquist
  • ISBN: 9780964321038
  • Page: 470
  • Format: Paperback
  • English from the Roots Up Volume 1

    English from the Roots Up teaches 100 of the most used Greek and Latin root words It will help your child build vocabulary and comprehension, as well as figure out unknown words by deciphering their roots, prefixes, and suffixes Grades 2 12.

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    1. Sarah

      This is fantastic! The concept here is to teach children, even very young children, the origins of the language they speak and read. By focusing on the roots of English; Greek and Latin, students are able to "decode" meaning when they come across an unfamiliar word. Their spelling and pronunciation are likely to improve as well. It is akin to the difference between knowing how to perform a mathematical operation and knowing the concept behind the arithmetic. The book suggests that students keep [...]

    2. Grace Bittle

      This was a really good book.It would give you and Greek or Latin word, tell you the meaning and then give you some examples.

    3. Annalise

      I really enjoyed learning the Greek and Latin root words. We liked to have fun with them and create new words. We always got a laugh because at the bottem of the page it tells the teacher some tips for teaching to a class and so it says, "the CHILDREN would enjoy this." or "the CHILDREN would find that interesting." So our little joke would be like, "ok, CHILDREN, listen up!" so ya, I don't know why we found that so amusingbut we did. :) Anyway, the book was good.

    4. Sally

      We used this in a small homeschool co-op, and a little bit in our own home. Simply word roots, whether Greek or Latin, and words derived from them. Kind of dry, but can be used however you want. Good reference.

    5. Jorgina

      Lots of fun to learn the origin of many of our and other Latin based languages. Started my children with this at 2nd grade age and all have improved their vocabulary, the understanding of words, and spelling. It even helped my daughter excel in Latin class.

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