Brain Quest Workbook: 2nd Grade Paperback – 9 July 2008
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Only improvement I can think of is the binding. It is a problem with almost all the workbooks of similar nature. They are too huge and it is tough to keep them open. I wish they have spiral binding for books which are this thick.
These workbooks allow us to reinforce what our children are learning in school. Some lessons are a bit easy, but mostly on par with what they are learning at school. They seem to have lessons kids should be learning (contractions etc.), but aren't, as well, so I enjoy that benefit. I do my best to have "homework" correspond with whatever I hear they are learning in school. For the most part, the kids seem to enjoy it and it gives us a tangible guide in teaching them. We do about 2-3 sheets a day (around 15 minutes) 3-4x a week and reading.
The Brain Boxes/small summary of lessons are helpful and the stickers and map are great bonuses! The back includes an answer key in case parents get stumped. I've admittedly had to use it a few times ;-) We've used these workbooks for second and fourth grade for about three months and would recommend for supplements to school or a resource in home schooling.