From the Word Wizard Club...
November 10, 2008

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

Hear It!

watch

Which Means:

A small clock worn on the body, often on the wrist.

As In:

Image Billy looked at the watch and couldn't believe what time it was!

Heads Up!

Don't overlook the T when spelling 'watch'.

Hear It!

whatever

Which Means:

Anything at all.

As In:

Image I asked Oliver what he wanted to do and he just replied, "Whatever!

Heads Up!

Combine the words 'what' and 'ever' to spell this word.

Hear It!

harsh

Which Means:

Extreme, or very severe.

As In:

Image Even though the blizzard was a harsh one, Macy shoveled the snow with joy.

Heads Up!

This word sounds harsh, but it only has one vowel to remember: A.

Hear It!

cloth

Which Means:

Material woven from cotton, wool or man-made fibers and used to make clothing or other items.

As In:

Image The hat and mittens are made out of warm cloth for cold winters.

Heads Up!

The letters of 'cloth' are woven tightly together.

Hear It!

thick

Which Means:

Dense (close together) and heavy, not allowing anything through.

As In:

Image Through the thick forest the guide led the teenagers on a camping trip.

Heads Up!

Consonants are thick in this word; only an I separates them.

Now that you have reviewed the words, challenge your memory!

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