Spectrum Reading, Grade 3

Spectrum Reading, Grade 3

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Our proven Spectrum Reading grade 3 workbook features 176 pages of engaging, lively passages in curriculum content areas. Recently updated to current national reading standards, including more nonfiction reading passages and activities. This workbook for children ages 8 to 9 contains proven instructional methods for developing reading proficiency.

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Our proven Spectrum Reading grade 3 workbook features 176 pages of engaging, lively passages in curriculum content areas. Recently updated to current national reading standards, including more nonfiction reading passages and activities. This workbook for children ages 8 to 9 contains proven instructional methods for developing reading proficiency.

Reading skills include:

*Author';s purpose

*Synonyms and antonyms

*Reading comprehension

*Phonics skills

*Study skills

Our best-selling Spectrum Reading series features age-appropriate workbooks for Preschool to grade 6. Developed with the latest standards-based teaching methods that provide targeted practice in reading fundamentals to ensure successful learning!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780769638638
Publisher:
Carson-Dellosa Publishing Company, Incorporated
Publication date:
12/11/2006
Series:
Spectrum Reading Series
Edition description:
Updated
Pages:
176
Product dimensions:
8.30(w) x 10.40(h) x 0.37(d)
Age Range:
8 Years

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I bought this Spectrum Reading Grade 3 workbook for homeschooling my son. At the beginning of the year, he hated reading. I sometimes had to push him to do this workbook, but now he is great at reading, and even enjoys it! We do 2 pages per day, which includes a one page story and illustration, plus a page of questions about the story. The questions are often about vocabulary found in the story, and comprehension about the story. The stories are all different, but flow together, for example, one day you might read about farming, the next day about growing wheat, the next day about making bread... etc. In my opinion, the stories are kind of "young" for a third grader, but they use alot of great vocabulary, too. These stories could be boring to a more advanced reader. All together though, I would def. recommend this book, and would def. use it again!
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