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Alpha Omega Publications LAN 0201 From Sounds To Words

Teaching a child to read is one of the most exciting jobs of any homeschool parent. Lifepac 2nd Grade Language Arts Unit 1 Worktext, the first in a set of ten, will move your child from sounds to words. Integrated instruction in phonics, reading, grammar, spelling, and vocabulary, all presented in a fun, easy-to-use format. Format: PaperBack. Grade Level: 2nd Grade.

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