From the Word Wizard Club...
October 5, 2009

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

Hear It!

remember

Which Means:

To recall or bring back into the mind

As In:

Image Madeline remembers all of her homework by writing the assignments in her school planner.

Heads Up!

Remember 'remember' has three Es and two Ms.

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instead

Which Means:

One rather than the other.

As In:

Image Matt hopes it is sunny instead of rainy for the soccer game!

Heads Up!

The 'ea' in 'instead' has a short E sound.

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region

Which Means:

A large area or space.

As In:

Image Thomas wanted to hike into the northwestern region where few people go, so he relied his map.

Heads Up!

'Region' ends in -ION.

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separate

Which Means:

To take apart into pieces, to remove or divide.

As In:

Image The magician waved his wand and showed how he could separate his body in into two parts!

Heads Up!

Remember that the second vowel in this word is A, NOT E!

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