From the Word Wizard Club...
July 16, 2007

Congratulations, Kids! You've completed learning the next round of vocabulary words, and now it's time to review.

Hear It!

again

Which Means:

Another time, once more.

As In:

Image He practiced rowing again and again until his time was the fastest ever.

Heads Up!

The only way you can get better at spelling is to practice a word again and again!

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decide

Which Means:

To make up your mind.

As In:

Image She couldn't decide on one ice cream flavor, so she got them all.

Heads Up!

The 's' sound in decide comes from a soft C, not an S.

Hear It!

heard

Which Means:

This is the past tense of 'hear': to pick up sound with the ears.

As In:

Image Even though this is the first time Bart heard this music, he loved it!

Heads Up!

A homonym for this word is 'herd', a group of large animals with hoofs.

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morning

Which Means:

The first part of the day, before 12:00 noon (PM).

As In:

Image The sun rises in the east every morning.

Heads Up!

They call people who like to get up early in the morning 'early birds'. Are you an early bird?

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thoughts

Which Means:

What you have when you think or have ideas.

As In:

Image Sylvia didn't tell anyone her thoughts; they were private.

Heads Up!

This word is also the past tense of think: I thought you weren't coming!

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