14 Best Dictionaries For Kids

Top 14 Dictionaries For Kids

1
MerriamWebster Elementary Dictionary (Elementary Dictionary)
Product Highlights:
  • grows students' vocabulary & reading skills, newly updated with new words
  • features 36, 000 updated entries, uses 1, 300 quotes from children's literature
  • a great study aid for students building vocabulary. perfect resource for school or home.
2
MerriamWebster Childrens Dictionary Features ( Photographs And Illustrations)
Product Highlights:
  • dk publishing dorling kindersley
  • hardcover book
  • dk (author)
3
My First Dictionary 1000 ( Pictures, And Definitions)
Product Highlights:
  • dk publishing dorling kindersley
  • hardcover book
  • dk (author)
4
MerriamWebster Childrens Dictionary New ( Photographs And Illustrations)
Product Highlights:
  • hardcover book
  • dk (author)
  • english (publication language)
5
Scholastic Childrens Dictionary 2019 ( Dictionary (2019))
Product Highlights:
  • hardcover book
  • scholastic (author)
  • english (publication language)
6
MerriamWebsters Intermediate Dictionary Newest ( Edition, 2016 Copyright)
Product Highlights:
  • designed for student use anywhere
  • hands-on learning resource any time you need to reference a word
  • makes a great gift for new high school or college graduates
7
Math Dictionary For Kids ( Helping Kids With Math)
Product Highlights:
  • fitzgerald, theresa (author)
  • english (publication language)
  • 175 pages - 07/01/2016 (publication date) - prufrock press (publisher)
8
Scholastic Pocket Dictionary Of ( Antonyms, Homonyms)
Product Highlights:
  • scholastic reference
  • scholastic (author)
  • english (publication language)
9
The American Heritage Childrens ( Children's Dictionary)
Product Highlights:
  • hardcover book
  • editors of the american heritage dictionaries (author)
  • english (publication language)
10
Childrens Dictionary 3000 Words ( Pictures, And Definitions)
Product Highlights:
  • hardcover book
  • manser, martin (author)
  • english (publication language)

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