Greek & Latin Roots Reproducible Games and Activities That Teach 25 Key Roots

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  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2017-06-01
  • Publisher: Teaching Resources

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More than half of all English words have Greek or Latin roots. Imagine how much studentsí vocabulary will expand just by learning the 25 key roots in this book! Engaging reproducible activity sheets help students independently build words from each root and analyze their meanings, while motivating multiplayer games offer a fun way to review and reinforce vocabulary words they have learned from the activities. An easy and enjoyable way to boost vocabulary, comprehension, and spelling skills.

Author Biography

Sheila Wheaton taught kindergarten to 2nd grade for more than 30 years in the public school setting. She received her Bachelorís degree in Education from the University of Central Missouri and her Masterís degree in Education from the University of MissouriĖKansas City. She has served as a mentor teacher for the last 8 years of her career and was a finalist for Teacher of the Year for the Independence School District in Missouri in 2000. Even though she retired in 2010, she continues to work as a tutor, substitute teacher, and counselor.

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