Series: Wordly Wise

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Wordly Wise 3000 : Book 3 by Kenneth Hodkinson
Wordly Wise 3000 Grade 12 Student Book - 2nd Edition by Kenneth Hodkinson
Wordly Wise 3000 Grade 2 Student Book - 2nd Edition by Kenneth Hodkinson
Wordly Wise 3000 Grade 3 Student Book - 2nd Edition by Kenneth Hodkinson
Wordly Wise B by Kenneth Hodkinson
Wordly Wise C by Kenneth Hudkinson
Wordly Wise: Book 1 by Kenneth Hodkinson
Wordly Wise: Book a by Kenneth Hodkinson
Worldly Wise: Book 2 by Kenneth Hodkinson

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  1. Explode the Code 1 by Nancy Hall (1984)
  2. Word Study Level D (MCP) by Jane Ervin (1995)
  3. Wordly Wise 3000: Book 5 by Kenneth Hodkinson (1999)
  4. Vocabulary From Classical Roots B Test Booklet (Book B) by Norma Fifer (2002)
  5. Word Roots Level A: Learning the Building Blocks of Spelling and Vocabulary by Cherie Blanchard (2002)
  6. Vocabulary Escapades: Learning Adventures with Garfield by Marjorie Frank (2008)
  7. Fun with words activity book by Renay Shackelford (1982)
  8. Writing Strands - Level 2 by Dave Marks (1988)
  9. Excavating English by Ruth A Johnston (2013)
  10. English from the Roots Up Flashcards, Vol. 1 by Joegil K. Lundquist (2000)
  11. Real Science-4-Kids Chemistry Pre-Level I Student Workbook by Dr. Rebecca W. Keller (2005)
  12. Everyday Spelling by James Beers (2000)
  13. Handwriting Transition Student Worktext (Reason for Handwriting) by Carol Ann Retzer (2009)
  14. Primary Mathematics 2A Workbook by Kho Tek Hong (2003)
  15. Handwriting D (Reason for Handwriting) by Carol Ann Retzer (2004)

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