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Explode the Code/Book Eight Paperback – Jun 1990

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  • Paperback
  • Publisher: Educators Pub Service (June 1990)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0838816479
  • ISBN-13: 978-0838816479
  • Product Dimensions: 0.6 x 21.6 x 27.9 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 295 g
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #56,937 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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HASH(0xb5537fe4) out of 5 stars Workbook with Reviews-a Winner Aug. 7 2006
By Bedeboop - Published on
I have been using this series with my children, including Get Ready for the Code and Beyond the Code, since it was first recommended to me six years ago. Having one child with learning disabilities who needs visual ques and repeated reviews, I have found this series to be a great tool. I would recommned it to any student who enjoys a workbook type study. It reinforces spelling and vocabulary skills with minimal teacher involvement. The wacky drawings often get colored in as a reward for time spent on the lessons!
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HASH(0xb57b7810) out of 5 stars Get 'em all! Dec 28 2011
By Once Justice - Published on
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I use this series for both of my kids (6 & 8). Sadly it stops at EtC 8, but we have been very happy with the process the series takes the kids through. My daughter has dyslexia and it was a bit rough in the beginning, but have seen great strides as we are now n EtC 2.5. There are 1/2 books between the main books to help with transitions if necessary. My son didn't need them, but my daughter did. Great to have the choice so there is no unnecessary boredom or if needing an extra stepping stone.
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HASH(0xb577309c) out of 5 stars English as a Second Language Dec 30 2010
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I have three kids who were born in Ukraine, and I home school them. The whole Explode the Code series is fantastic for teaching in a fun, low pressure way. I even used them to go way back to the beginning to fill in the holes with stuff they missed since coming to America. I am grateful to have this resourse.
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HASH(0xb593bf3c) out of 5 stars I really loved them and we are doing the whole series Sept. 14 2015
By ana claudia lee - Published on
My daughter loves those books. They are not designed to teach anybody to read. They are made for extra practice with spelling reading and vocabulary. I really loved them and we are doing the whole series. Just keep in mind that the books that are half numbered, are just more practice on the same level as the book before. So if your kid found book 2 to be a breeze, it would be a good idea to skip book 2 1/2. Go to 3 and so on. If they need extra repetition, that is different .
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Love these easy to use workbooks