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    Level 2 Kit - All About Spelling by Marie Rippel Grade 2 :: Spelling & Vocabulary

    This Kit includes:

    Level Two in the All About Spelling series continues to bring together the three pathways to learning—auditory (hearing), visual (seeing), and kinesthetic (touching). This multisensory approach, combined with a built-in review system and reinforcement activities, ensures that students retain what they learn and understand how to apply it in practical situations.

    Level 2 Scope & Sequence

    In a practical, hands-on way, your student will learn:

    • The open and closed syllable types
    • How to divide words into syllables
    • How to spell multisyllable words
    • When y can say /î/
    • How Silent E can make a vowel long
    • The vowel-consonant-e syllable type
    • Two spellings for the sound of /z/
    • The two sounds of long u
    • The difference between hard and soft c and g
    • Ways to spell long e
    • That English words don’t end in i, j, u, or v
    • The most common way to spell the sound of /er/
    • When to use oi/oy, aw/au, and ow/ou
    • and more!

    The multisensory learning tools and activities included in the program help your student master important spelling concepts.

    By the end of Level Two, your student will be able to write sentences such as:   

       Her child found a red flower.
        Is the soil moist or dry?
        My aunt saw a small tiger.
        Why is the pig in the hall?
        See the huge cage of mice!
        The storm swept over the land.     

    The 25 steps of Level Two progress in a logical, sequential order. Through direct instruction, students learn exactly what they need to know in order to spell well.

    AuthorMarie Rippel
    Product CodeSR108
    PublisherAll About Learning Press
    Grade2
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    Order : SR108

    $53.99

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