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Workbook Vol 1 : Wonderopolis

This comb-bound book of 32 separate lessons is designed for new, younger spellers. They are ideally suited to users who are answering known and semi-open questions, and can typically be completed without requiring extended tolerance. Lesson content is drawn from the website www.wonderopolis.org, and some sample lesson titles include: How Can Math Help You Cook?, Who Invented the Candy Bar?, Where Can Moss Grow?, and Why Do Birds Fly in a V?; just to name a few. Love it and want more? Consider purchasing Wonderopolis, Vol. 2; sold separately.

Please consult with your registered S2C practitioner if you need more information about whether this lesson book is appropriate for use with your speller.

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Workbook Vol 2: Wonderopolis

The second in our “Wonderopolis” lesson book series, this comb-bound book of 32 separate lessons is designed for new, younger spellers. They are ideally suited to users who are answering known and semi-open questions, and can typically be completed without requiring extended tolerance. Lesson content is drawn from the website www.wonderopolis.org, and some sample lesson titles include: “What is a Totem Pole?”, “What do Bees do in the Winter?”, “How do Fish Breathe Underwater?”, and “Why do We Dream?”; just to name a few.

Please consult with your registered S2C practitioner if you need more information about whether this lesson book is appropriate for use with your speller.

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Lesson Booklet: Smithsonian Education Biography Edition

This comb-bound book of 30 separate lessons is designed for new, but older spellers. They are ideally suited to users who are answering known and semi-open questions, and can typically be completed without requiring extended tolerance. Lesson content is made up of biographies of historical figures represented in the Smithsonian Institution, and some sample lesson titles include: Andy Warhol, Roberto Clemente, Cesar Chavez, and Martha Graham; just to name a few.

Please consult with your registered S2C practitioner if you need more information about whether this lesson book is appropriate for use with your speller.

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Lesson Booklet: Sidekickers & Second Fiddles By Tom Foti

This comb-bound book of 25 separate lessons is designed for older and somewhat experienced spellers. They include all question types, but are brief enough to be completed without requiring extended tolerance. Lesson content is made up of biographies of the lesser-known but not lesser-talented sidekicks to historical or fictional figures, such as: Sacagawea, Lou Costello, Steve Wozniak, and Clarence Clemons; just to name a few.

Please consult with your registered S2C practitioner if you need more information about whether this lesson book is appropriate for use with your speller.

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Lesson Booklet: Soul of an Octopus

This comb-bound book of 19 pages of lesson material is designed for somewhat older spellers and includes a wide variety of question types. Lesson content is partnered with the bestselling book, “Soul of An Octopus: A Surprising Exploration into the Wonder of Consciousness” written by Sy Montgomery; but the lessons can also be completed without reading the book.

Please consult with your registered S2C practitioner if you need more information about whether this lesson book is appropriate for use with your speller.

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Lesson Booklet: Good Good Pig

This staple-bound book of 40 pages of lesson material is designed for younger spellers and includes a wide variety of question types. Lesson content is partnered with the bestselling book, “The Good Good Pig: The Extraordinary Life of Christopher Hogwood” written by Sy Montgomery; but the lessons can also be completed without reading the book.

Please consult with your registered S2C practitioner if you need more information about whether this lesson book is appropriate for use with your speller.

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