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Teaching a new word alongside its common word pairs increases the speed and efficiency of vocabulary learning and shows children how to use it.
Cartoons are a very effective way to present vocabulary. Images carry visual meaning, while laughter releases dopamine which activates long-term memory.
80% of new words children learn are acquired through direct explanation rather than ‘figuring it out’ through reading.
Five minutes of daily vocabulary study helps children develop word consciousness and accelerates self-driven learning.
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The programme integrates words based on what children need to not only strengthen their vocabulary and reading skills but their writing skills as well. Integration is key.
Children's overall vocabulary increased on average by 50% with Mrs Wordsmith.
National Literacy Trust
It is 100% research-based and we have found that practising word pairs not only helps with remembering words, but increases fluency in writing as well.
We have been learning with Mrs Wordsmith over the last term. In every English lesson we have a word of the day. Some of the type of words we have had are eye words, beautiful words, big and fat words and small and thin words. Mrs Wordsmith is really fun to use and every time we have a new word we have to say what the word is the same as or something that goes with that word.
Year 6 pupil at St Gabriel's School, UK
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