Wowzers! This is one amazing resource! Help your kids decipher the meanings of words they’ve never heard before by having them learn prefix, suffix, and root word meanings. We have found this knowledge helpful in high school biology as my own children have encountered terms that were completely new to them.
It can even help a student learn vocabulary words because they are able to find a connection between the word’s spelling and its definition! This is definitely a tool that your student will find helpful!
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