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Primary Teachers - Help Students Explore New Words
Primary Teachers - Help Students Explore New Words
March 24, 2011 - PRLog -- If you are a primary teacher then there is a new website you will love. helps teachers teach elementary students in the USA, UK, Australia, New Zealand and Canada because is an easy to use quotations website. With quotes and sayings from published books helps primary students advance their internet and computer skills. On primary teachers, like you, will be able to give your students the best head start by helping them increase their vocabulary all whilst they have fun.

Introduction to Getting Started on

It’s so easy for you to explore words with Primary teachers can help increase elementary students’ vocabulary and to appreciate English. Set students a learning task on Ask students to explore the site by clicking on underlined words. They will then be able to see how the word has been used by a whole range of different authors and books. Maybe your students are studying a specific book. If so, simply click the chosen title to see a group of interesting quotes from the selected title. Ask students to select words they haven’t seen before or ask them what they think specific words mean.

If you are feeling adventurous get your students to try the missing word quiz at There are 4 levels to try and it’s free.

“Do you think you ?????? swim or fly as far as the island, Wendy, without my help?” - Peter Pan by James M Barrie

a. gobby  b. anybody  c. could

Would your students know the answer? The answer, of course, is c. could. There are many other similar questions or maybe you could make your own from the quotes and sayings featured on can be used for a range of learning tasks and students love it. Try using in your next class.

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Think of a word and find out how famous authors used it in one of their books, plays or poems. See how different authors used the same word and compare. Click on other highlighted words and just explore Word Waves because it is fun.
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