We tend to think of fools as the people who get fooled, but another meaning is key to April 1: the sense of a fool as a sharp, clever, professional expert in fooling, joking, and pulling other shenanigans. Continue reading...
Our Road Trip event in Houston lured teachers out of the house and away from the rodeo (no joke) to celebrate innovative educators and have a night of laughs and learning. These amped up educators schooled us on why this stretch of Houston has been dubbed "The Energy Corridor"! Continue reading...
Beware the ides of March! The vocabulary of time has plenty of other common and rare terms to help you navigate the space-time continuum. Here's a few timely terms that can build your vocabulary, and they're all learnable within a fortnight. Continue reading...
Momentum has shifted in the Vocabulary Bowl, with several schools upping their word learning and their leaderboard ranking, too. The February Roundup Video recaps all the action as we head into the final stretch of the 2016 - 2017 season. Continue reading...
Whether you're a newcomer to March Madness and the game of roundball or a rabid fan, here's some info on key terms. Because you never want to be that person who refers to a basketball as "the old leather pumpkin." Continue reading...
Topics: Fun Language
There's one thing we know for sure: teachers in Atlanta understand the importance of combining word learning with a little fun. The Vocabulary.com Road Trip's Peach State event drew educators from Atlanta Public Schools and neighboring counties: Cobb, Coweta, Dekalb, and Fulton. Next stop: Houston on March 23! Continue reading...
Celebrate this St. Patrick's Day with one of the gifts the Irish gave us which we enjoy all year round — the gift of words. Continue reading...
The cheerleaders, the dance team and the band all came and did their thing, but his wasn't a pep rally for the basketball team. It was a big awards ceremony at Houston's Nimitz High School for their back-to-back monthly Vocabulary Bowl victories. Continue reading...

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