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Vocabulary Games - stacks sight words written on cups, if students can say the word, and use it in a sentence they can stack the word.

Third- and fourth-grade students  define vocabulary words and use them to build a tower. This activity can be completed as a whole class or in small groups.

Vocabulary Stack the Words. Two or more groups of students have to correctly define the vocab word then stack the cups. Team with the tallest tower wins.

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Today's Word of the Day is yestreen. Learn its definition, pronunciation, etymology and more. Join over 19 million fans who boost their vocabulary every day.

Today's Word of the Day is yestreen. Learn its definition, pronunciation, etymology and more. Join over 19 million fans who boost their vocabulary every day.

dysphemism -- use of a negative term when a neutral or positive term could have been use. (Like say a positive experience is 'sick').

Like when I was a teen & if something was great we called it "bad," as in, "That's the baddest car, man! It's so bad it's even badder than yours, man." 25 Things You Had No Idea There Were Words For

Dictionary.com’s Word of the Day - matutinal - Relating to or occurring in the morning

Matutinal - Relating to or occurring in the morning.-Matutinal ultimately can be traced to Mātūta, "goddess of dawn." The adjective entered English in the

Dictionary.com’s Word of the Day - festoon - to adorn with or as with festoons: to festoon a hall.

Festoon - to adorn with or as with festoons: to festoon a hall. Origin: Festoon can be traced to the Italian term festa, which shares a meaning with the English word of the same spelling, "a feast, festival, or holiday.

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