Thursday, August 2, 2012

Make Room Monday #7 on Thursday: Wordly Wise B

I'm still cleaning off my book shelves and offering up homeschool curriculum that I no longer need. I've got to make room for all of our future Sonlight cores.  =o) Instead of sticking with my original plan of just holding a give away every Monday this summer, I've decided to take advantage of Homeschool Creations Curriculum Clean Out linky and give away something every day this week.

Today I'm offering up a brand new copy of Wordly Wise B. Never been used. This series never really appealed to my older daughter so we stopped using it. Ahhh, how wonderful to be able to use what works for my children. I love that about homeschooling.

Yes, I realize that my younger daughter might be able to use this one day but less stuff makes the hubby happy and it's fun to be able to bless someone else. Plus, she doesn't seem to like workbook type things all that much so I'm leaning towards this not being a win for her.

Wordly Wise is a filled with fun vocabulary-building exercises to strengthen students' thinking and writing skills. Students learn multiple definitions of words and use them in sentences and puzzles. This particular book is about a third grade level.

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This contest will end 8/8. Good luck!

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Don't forget to check the other give aways that I have going on right now.  Learning About God from A to Z, ends 8/5.  Preschool Art, ends 8/6. From Head to Toe, ends 8/7.

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27 comments:

Jennifer said...

Having to decide which children's book is my favorite is difficult. I love reading! I always have. It makes my heart smile to see that my little girl is heading down the same path. Hearing narrate a book to me even a week or two or three after reading it makes my heart do a happy dance because she retains the information. So, since I love so many, I'll have to just pick our top 3 over the course of the last 3 months. Corduroy, Ask Mr. Bear and Caps for Sale. I never read these as a child so I'm enjoying very much now, even as an adult, and probably more so because I get to read them with my child.

Homeschoolmama said...

we love stories such as Blueberries for Sal, the Llama llama books and Bob books!

Holly Maurer said...

It's kind of silly, but No David is a favorite for all of us. I know it's not very complicated, but it is a lot of fun.

Debbie said...

I have to say that my favorite children's book is Flat Stanley. I love Flat Stanley.

MamaHen said...

That is a hard one! I love the Little House books and even read them as an adult.
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Kala said...

Little house books or Pippi Longstocking
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reformed4christ said...

Well, because we LOVE to read so much that is a hard one to choose. But I would say that the book that my son could read forever and ever is his Illustrated Bible Story Book. :)

Tina said...

My son loves Berenstain Bears series and the Curious George books.

Jane Maritz said...

My daughter's favorite is Silly Sally... :)

Home Learning Love said...

Oh wow, my daughter has a ton of favorite books. I would say her ultimate favorite of all times is " Countdown to Kindergarten". We must have read it oh at least a couple hundred times, it is well worn but has still held up over the past few years. :)

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dena angeles said...

My kiddos love anything from Magic Tree House

Hannah Yoder said...

Capyboppy is one of my children's favorite. But they are like me and narrowing it down to one is very difficult.

Jessica A. said...

We love to read!! My little one loves books by Eric Carle, especially because it has to do with animals!

crysmi said...

Brown Bear, Brown Bear is one of our favorites!!

Julie said...

There are lots of favorites, but if I have to pick one, it would be The Secret Garden. Thanks for the chance to win!

Lipe Family said...

My favorite (older) children's books are the Chronicles of Narnia.

jessica said...

Any books!!! We love Shel Silverstein.!

Jennifer aGlimpseOfOurLife said...

The Secret Garden

A Learning Journey said...

Several others already mentioned my favorite book ... hands down ... it would be The Secret Garden. So much so - that my hubby promised to build me a secret garden at our next house. We are in the process of packing. Let's see if he keeps his promise! Hee Hee. My daughter and I have already read the book and watched the movie several times. LOVE IT!
God bless, Tracey M.

JS Legs said...

My favorite chldren's book?... Either Black Stallion or Over in the Meadow.

Alina B said...

Charlotte's web

Deanna said...

Our favorite books to read together are all of the different kids bibles that we have!

Hilary said...

Go Away Big Green Monster is a favorite or ours!

k balman said...

Hmmm I would have to say amelia bedelia books

Laura Wells said...

New to homeschooling...no idea if this will appeal or not but would love to try it.

Lacey_Renea said...

Right now my kids can't get enough of anything Eric Carle - The Very Hungry Caterpillar & 10 Rubber Ducks especially!

KGB That's Me said...

One of my favorite children's books, largely because it was Hayden's favorite bedtime story for years, is Newton by Rory Tyger. Lovely story! Such fun. http://www.amazon.com/Newton-Rory-Tyger/dp/0764153900/ref=tmm_hrd_title_0?ie=UTF8&qid=1344348841&sr=8-1

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