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Vocabulary includes 144 challenges: 12 cards with 12 challenges on each card. Each card is self-correcting. These cards help children: become familiar with high-frequency words, understand the meanings of synonyms, antonyms, and homonyms, and recognize parts used to build words. The activities on the cards progress in this order: Card 1 – Identifying the synonyms of adjectives. Card 2 – Identifying the synonyms of nouns. Card 3 – Identifying the antonyms of adjectives. Card 4 – Identifying the antonyms of verbs. Card 5 – Matching homonyms to pictures. Card 6 – Using homonyms correctly. Card 7 – Identifying compound words. Card 8 – Forming compound words. Card 9 – Using the prefix un-. Card 10 – Meanings of the prefixes uni-, bi-, tri-, cent-. Card 11 – Using the suffixes -er and -or. Card 12 – Using the suffix -y. Vocabulary development is an important part of helping children become fluent readers. The ability to readily recognize words has a strong correlation to the ability to comprehend written materials. Conversely, children who struggle with word recognition while reading usually struggle with comprehension.
FUN LEARNING FOR YOUTH: Learning Wrap-Ups presents 2nd Grade Reading Learning Palette Vocabulary. This set includes 144 challenges with 12 cards with 12 challenges on each card.
VOCABULARY: These cards help kids become familiar with high-frequency words, understand the meanings of synonyms, antonyms, and homonyms, and recognize parts used to build words.
UNIQUE WAY TO LEARN: Use a Palette with Learning Palette cards as a learning tool for students of all ages. This set will help kids learn new and old subjects over the years.
PRACTICE ADDS UP: Using learning palettes is a perfect way to get each child involved in the learning process. Boys and girls can better their skills as they practice.
DYNAMIC EDUCATION: This tool is a self-correcting, multisensory, and fun way to learn, providing immediate feedback for instructors. Children, parents, and teachers alike love this teaching activity.