Note, this is not compatible with the Daily Skill Building: Vocabulary 1st Edition
Daily Skill Building: Spelling is a complete 36-week spelling curriculum created as a companion for our Daily Skill Building: Vocabulary Series.
Formatted for a 5-day schedule with printables for extra practice:
- write & draw
- alphabetization exercises
- and more!
Daily Skill Building: Spelling will broaden both verbal and written skills—PLUS increase your student's dictionary and thesaurus knowledge.
No need for a teacher's guide. Just like our vocabulary curriculum, Daily Skill Building: Spelling is an easy to use, "open-and-go" resource.
NOTE: Daily Skill Building: Spelling is best used with Daily Skill Building: Vocabulary. However, if you want to use it as a stand-alone resource, we include instructions.
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