Words With Poe 5 Letters
Words With Poe 5 Letters – Have you gotten into the Wordle craze yet? Curiosity to see the mysterious green and yellow squares everywhere finally got the best of me and I’m so glad it did! The Wordle word game makes me nostalgic for the Words with Friends era that I played a decade ago with my then boyfriend and now husband. Additionally, any game that generates thinking, builds vocabulary, and supports spelling is a win for teachers.
In our book Keeping the Wonder: An Educator’s Guide to Magical, Engaging, and Joyful Learning, we talk about finding teaching inspiration from popular trends. Tapping into today’s pop culture can do wonders for classroom engagement, so I thought it would be fun to round up ways to use Wordle in the classroom.
Words With Poe 5 Letters
One reason Wordle has taken off is that it’s sort of a global community-building activity. Everyone plays on the same board and everyone has to keep the secrets for the day.
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Make Your Own Wordles: One of my online friends, and a fellow Wordle player, shared a fun website that lets you make your own Wordle board and then share the link (make sure your school doesn’t block it!). She sent one to her students with the dog’s name just for fun. They loved it! You can view her reel here: @ms.christinacosta Wordle Reel and access the Wordle maker here: Mywordle.me
Play Wordle as a group: I have also noticed other teachers using the official daily Wordle as a ringer for the day. They report that it only takes a few minutes and it’s fun to all work on Wordle at the same time to see who can figure it out the fastest. I think this sounds like a great classroom community builder, gamification element, and vocabulary builder.
Make Kind Words: Finally, for community building with Wordle in the classroom, it would also be really sweet to have students make words for other students or teachers to spread kindness. For example, how sweet would it be to make Wordles on Valentine’s Day with a positive 5 letter word for the recipient. Making Wordle valentines would be extra special because the inventor made this game for his partner, a word game lover. If you want a list of positive 5 letter words, grab it here (although I think requiring students to brainstorm words on their own is the key to brain work, but maybe you want the list to create special words for colleagues).
For example, I have created a special Wordle for you here: Dear Educator, You are one: Play to find out!
Letter, Ralph Waldo Emerson To Walt Whitman Extolling Whitman’s Poetry, 21 July 1855.
Of course, use this last idea with caution because it can easily go wrong if students are unkind when creating their own words to send to others. If you’re looking for more ELA Valentine’s Day activities, check out this post: Valentine’s Day Activities for High School and Middle School ELA Students
Using the create your own Wordle method mentioned above, you can adjust this to suit a variety of lessons. For example, you or your students can create words that reveal characteristics of different characters in books. They must first figure out the word and then be able to prove how it fits the character with textual evidence. Or they have to collect textual evidence and then create a suitable Wordle and see if classmates can get it.
If you would like a list of 5 letter adjectives for this activity, you can get it here: 5 letter words for Wordle in the classroom
Live Verbs – Make a variety of words that build live verb vocabulary. Here are some 5-letter verbs to replace “said” for example: utter, emote, cry, noted, yelled, beep, aired, swore, added, joked, gibe, asked.
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Breakout Activities – Use particular vocabulary or characterizing adjectives as a breakout task. For example, when they figure out Wordle, they put it into a locked Google form or send it to you to unlock the next task.
Vocabulary Review – Roll up all the 5 letter words you have studied and make a word for each word. Give the definition and let the students find out the word. Or have them puzzle on Wordle and then recite or review the definition.
This is another idea I came across on Instagram from @wonderingwithmrswatto , and I think it’s great! You have to swipe through the slides on her post to get the assignment for how to create a Wordle poem, but in short, students brainstorm topics they want to write about, and then a big list of 5-letter words that they can sort into a Wordle poetry reading. I’ve created a teacher Wordle poem for you here:
For me I did 5 verbs and then an adjective to finish it off. With this idea, you can set rules around your poetry assignment to include grammar as well. If you want more digital poetry ideas, check out my blog post here: Teaching Poetry in Curriculum Context
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Speaking of poetry, I’m updating this post because I recently discovered the Prattle A pun from the Folger Shakespeare Library. It’s like Wordle except they link correct words to how Shakespeare used them in his work! You or your students can challenge yourself with words of up to 11 letters and see vocabulary in context. Such nerdy fun, haha!
I hope this Wordle in the Classroom roundup inspires all you puzzle players to win by keeping the wonder to yourselves and your students!
Want exclusive ELA teaching ideas and free resources? Let me send you a construction book love letter! It’s a brand new day and that means another Wordle puzzle to challenge your mastery of the English language. Since the game is designed so that random words don’t appear, it’s important to know exactly which words you can use to narrow down the field when it comes to the correct answer. So if you’ve been scratching your head for words that happen to have the letter R, we’ll go through all the 5-letter words with R as the fourth letter in them to get you started and stay on track in this handy guide.
The following list of words has been tested and works in Wordle. However, if there are any missing or wrong words, please let us know in the comments below so we can investigate.
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To use any of the words here as your guess, enter it via the on-screen keyboard and press “Enter” to lock the answer. To see if you’re on track, a correct letter in the correct position will turn green, while incorrect guesses will show yellow for a correct letter but wrong position, or gray for an incorrect letter.
Doing so will help you narrow down the possible answers for the day, and if that’s not enough, we’ve got the Wordle answer for the day right here.
There you have it, a complete list of 5 letter words with R as the fourth letter in them to help you in Wordle. For more tips and tricks on the ever-popular, New York Times-owned game, be sure to search for or check out the links below.
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Next to the crossword there will be a series of questions or clues, which relate to the various rows or lines of boxes in the crossword. The player reads the question or clue, and tries to find a word that answers the question with the same number of letters as there are boxes in the related crossword row or line.
Some of the words will share letters, so they must match each other. The words can vary in length and complexity, as can the clues.
The wonderful thing about crossword puzzles is that they are completely flexible whatever age or reading level you need. You can use many words to create a complex crossword puzzle for adults, or just a few words for younger children.
Crosswords can use any word you like, uppercase or lowercase, so there are literally countless combinations you can create for templates. It is easy to adapt the template to the students’ age or learning level.
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For a quick and easy pre-defined template, simply search through the existing 500,000+ templates. With so many to choose from, you’re sure to find the right one for you!
Once you’ve chosen a theme, choose clues that match your students’ current level of difficulty. For younger children, this can be as simple as asking “What color is the sky?” with the answer “blue”.
Crosswords are a great exercise for students’ problem-solving and cognitive abilities. Not only do they have to solve a clue and think of the correct answer, but they also have to consider all the other words in the crossword to make sure the words fit together.
If this is your first time using a crossword puzzle with your students, you can