Is your child having trouble figuring out the meanings of words? Looking them up is the fastest solution, but there are also lots of little tricks they can learn to point them in the right direction. In these word meaning exercises, they'll learn how to use context clues, reference materials, prefixes and suffixes, and more to help them figure out word meaning.
You can't really know a word's meaning until you look it up and be sure...but fortunately, there are lots of little tricks to remember that can help give you clues. Help your student become a master at figuring out word meaning with our word meaning exercises, covering everything from context clues to similes, metaphors, and idioms. We have so many topics to cover, and so many ways to learn, whether you're looking to do some serious language boot camp, or just trying to have fun (with a little learning on the side).Try having your child match up synonyms and antonyms, or have fun with oxymorons and onomatopoeia. Our word meaning exercises prove that language learning doesn't have to be a bore -- there are so many ways to play with words and still get your statement across. Who knows? These exercises just might inspire a future Pulitzer Prize winner.