There are many reasons to work to improve a student’s (or your!) vocabulary.
One of the best ways to improve a student’s vocabulary is to keep what I call simply, a vocabulary journal.
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After more than 2 years in the making, I am proud to announce the arrival of The Amazingly Brainy and Charming Book of Animal ABC’s! Written by myself and illustrated by artist Debbie Hicks, this little book is based on years of… Read More
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