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Puckish

Puckish comes from the name Puck, a sprite in English folklore, and also the mischievous narrator in William Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream.

Each week, introduce a "secret word" and demonstrate how to use in a sentence. As teachers, use the words throughout the day and allow the students to scream every time they hear the "secret word"

Protests, prison break, fans cheering with their sports teams? This word has origins in Scots, Old Irish and Scots Gaelic. It came into our English use around

Anyone who has to devalue another person is insecure. Stop fearing bullies and toxic people, they have nothing more than big mouths and sad, lonely hearts.

Someone recently asked me how to get revenge on a Narcissist or Sociopath, now I am not a vengeful person, however I do feel that everyone eventually has to come to terms with their karma. I believ…

"a pleasant smell that frequently accompanies the first rain after a long period of warm, dry weather"

the scent of rain on dry earth. The word is constructed from Greek, petra, meaning stone + ichor, the fluid that flows in the veins of the gods in Greek mythology<<-I thought of Doctor Who ;

Words We Like – Writers Write

Creating book trailers is an engaging way for students to present an insight into a text. A book trailer is a multimodal interpretation of the themes of the book and the media is produced from scra…

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