Alicia says, “Word Roots vocabulary workbooks clearly lay out common Greek and Latin root words. From there, you learn to add the suffix and/or prefix, completing your vocab words. With the lesson’s vocab words, your child then completes sentences or answers questions. You could do so much with these vocabulary words, but I feel like these lessons are just enough to get a good grasp of the Greek and Latin roots. And it crosses over to so many different areas. Literature and reading, science, math, and more–these are all so much easier if your child has a good base of vocabulary.” […]
Heather says, “In general, I’m not a huge fan of workbooks within our homeschool as I do lean towards more of a Charlotte Mason teaching style. However, my youngest learner absolutely THRIVES on workbooks and being able to check items off her daily to do list so these two books [Building Thinking Skills Level 2 and Word Roots] are perfect supplemental materials for her homeschool days.” Read the rest of her review at Timeless and Treasured.