From the Word Wizard Club...
November 12, 2007

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

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always

Which Means:

At all times, forever.

As In:

Image What is the only that that always stays the same? Change!

Heads Up!

Always' has only one L, not two.

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animals

Which Means:

This word is plural for 'animal': a living creature that is not a human.

As In:

Image The cows and horse in this picture are kinds of animals.

Heads Up!

Remember: 'animals' has two A's and one I.

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around

Which Means:

Forming a circle, surrounding; or everywhere.

As In:

Image The bees buzzed around the hive.

Heads Up!

The OW sound is spelled with an OU.

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something

Which Means:

An item or object, a thing that you're not sure what it is.

As In:

Image There was something in the sky. Was it an airplane or Superman?

Heads Up!

To remember how to spell this word, remember it is a compound word made of SOME and THING.

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every

Which Means:

Each one, leaving none out.

As In:

Image Even though the doctor was busy, she made time for and listened to every patient's concerns.

Heads Up!

'Each' is a synonym for 'every'.

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