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πŸ“š Enhanced Workbook for School Zone Problems - Improved Comprehension Review



Very good

Revainrating 4 out of 5Β Β 
πŸ“š Early Learning Classroom Supplies, 🧬 Science Education

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Revainrating 5 out of 5

Bought for upcoming summer work

Last year, between kindergarten and first grade, my toddler only worked one worksheet a day from a similar workbook (only 1st grade instead). He has ASD and finds it difficult to switch from one mode to another, so I figured it would be beneficial to keep him in a routine with only a small portion of schoolwork. Asking him for a worksheet wasn't usually a big deal, and as a result he was probably better prepared for 1st grade. So this summer I'm going to do the same thing with this 2nd grade…

  • Durable finish
  • Damaged

Revainrating 2 out of 5

It looks drawn.

I ordered this book along with 3 other educational materials for my son when schools were closed due to the COVID situation to keep him busy and learning. The rest of my order arrived within a week, but this book took almost a month to arrive. Given the world situation, this was understandable. The material in the book looks good and covers a wide range of topics. Annoyingly, this "new" book appears to have been painted over. While most of the book is still usable, there are some pages that…

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Revainrating 5 out of 5

Great workbook for maintaining study skills at school

After reading reviews from Revain and other bookstores (and I actually reviewed the physical book myself) I decided I chose this 2nd grade workbook instead of 1st grade as my child is transitioning to 1st grade. This second grade workbook matched what my child learned in first grade (public school). I was a little surprised to see such accelerated learning in public schools, but I think that's what the Common Core curriculum is designed for. learning in the classroom. The workbook is well…

  • High marks for support and durability from testers
  • Not as thick as other collections