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Words Are CATegorical

“You won’t want to miss the comical cats that reinforce each idea.” – Words Are CATegorical

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WORDS ARE CATegorical Books to LOVE

LOVE these books!

Do you know how to explain irregular plurals, conjunctions, and palindromes? How about what an alliteration, adverb or adjective is? Or homonyms, homophones, and synonyms?

Well, if not, now you will!

At first I was not sure what my daughters would think of these books.

Would they be able to read the font? Would they keep reading them to the end? Would they remember what they had read?

The answers were a big astounding YES, YES and YES!

Super easy to read and understand all while keeping you entertained.

Are great at introducing grammar concepts and how the English language works in a simple and fun way.

Helpful when explaining and giving examples for each topic.

We LOVE to read them aloud and expand on what is taught by giving our own examples and discussions.

And we LOVE to reread them and do it again!

Highly recommend this series, definitely on the favorites lists!

You will LOVE them!

MORE Books in this SERIES to LOVE:

There are currently 27 books in the Words Are CATegorical Series.

Here are a few more:

Pre- and Re-, Mis- and Dis-: What Is a Prefix?

Breezier, Cheesier, Newest, and Bluest: What Are Comparatives and Superlatives?

-Ful and -Less, -Er and -Ness: What Is a Suffix?

I’m and Won’t, They’re and Don’t: What’s a Contraction? 

Thumbtacks, Earwax, Lipstick, Dipstick: What Is a Compound Word?

A Bat Cannot Bat, a Stair Cannot Stare: More about Homonyms and Homophones

But and For, Yet and Nor: What Is a Conjunction?

Feet and Puppies, Thieves and Guppies: What Are Irregular Plurals?

Skin Like Milk, Hair of Silk: What Are Similes and Metaphors? 

Chips and Cheese and Nana’s Knees: What Is Alliteration? 

Madam and Nun and 1001: What Is a Palindrome?

Lazily, Crazily, Just a Bit Nasally: More about Adverbs

Straight and Curvy, Meek and Nervy: More about Antonyms

Cool! Whoa! Ah and Oh!: What Is an Interjection?

Stroll and Walk, Babble and Talk: More about Synonyms

MORE Topics in this SERIES to LOVE:

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Animal Groups Are CATegorical – 3 books Series

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