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It's William Shakespeare's 450th birthday today. What better way to celebrate than with a whole host of learning resources focused on his words? Continue reading...
Teachers: Looking for creative ways to bring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s life and words to life? We're featuring eight MLK-focused learning resources to help you craft a lesson around his words. Continue reading...

"Free Technology for Teachers" Recommends Vocabulary.com

Thanks, Free Technology for Teachers, for the review praising our "thousands of vocabulary lists" and the "instant feedback" in our game. Full review here.
In heated competition, Corkscrew Middle in Naples, FL topped the Vocabulary.com school leaderboard for the month of November and were awarded the Vocabulary.com Champions' Banner to display in their school. What's their secret? Making competition fun. Continue reading...
Don't wait until a half-hour before guests arrive to realize you haven't the slightest clue what deglaze means. Recipes are not about food. They're about words. Continue reading...
In a review of Vocabulary.com University of Michigan Professor Pamela Bogart can't decide whether to call the site "a dictionary with witty definitions," "an advanced vocabulary game," "a massive database of real examples," or "useful wordlists you can bookmark & learn." Finally she settles on "my favorite vocabulary & dictionary site/game," a title we're happy to accept! Continue reading...
Anyone seeking out a rich and unusual vocabulary need search no further than the pages of an old book. It doesn't have to be dusty volume shedding its leather binding into your coffee like so much unwanted nutmeg. Vocabulary-rich literary classics are rife with words that used to be part of everyday speech and now we encounter much less often. Continue reading...
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