winter word list
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P.S. There are some problems that I’m aware of, but can’t currently fix (because they are out of the scope of this project). The main one is that individual words can have many different senses (meanings), so when you search for a word like mean, the engine doesn’t know which definition you’re referring to (“bullies are mean” vs. “what do you mean?”, etc.), so consider that your search query for words like term may be a bit ambiguous to the engine in that sense, and the related terms that are returned may reflect this. You might also be wondering: What type of word is
Here’s a list of the sites that I’m currently working on:
As you’ve probably noticed, words for ” term ” are listed above. Hopefully the generated list of words for ” term ” above suit your needs. If not, you might want to check out Related Words – another project of mine which uses a different technique (not though that it works best with single words, not phrases).
He walked with an awkward gait like a penguin.
Hot drink is good for health in the winter.
General Ice Thickness Guidelines For New, Clear Ice
source Maureen Breitbach, National Weather Service, MN Dept. of National Resources
* 2 inches or less: Stay off!
* 4 inches: Walking, skating, ice fishing
* 5 inches: ATV or snowmobile
* 8-12 inches: Car or small pickup
* 12-15 inches: Medium truck
Winter Lesson Plans and discussion questions:
1. Give examples of the technology that meteorologists use to track weather conditions.
2. Discuss winter weather in different places
3. Research the meaning of terms such as blizzards, blowing snow, flurries, snow squalls etc.
Try the activities below, and stay tuned for more winter writing ideas and prompts!
Synonyms. Older students can add to their Winter Word Bank and build up their writing vocabulary by looking up some of the words in a thesaurus and adding a few interesting synonyms to the list. If you need a good thesaurus, I highly recommend The Synonym Finder. It’s my all-time fave!
Watch out when walking on snow or ice, because the ground is slippery – that’s an adjective meaning it’s easy to slip (lose your balance when you step on the ground).
Hot chocolate or hot cocoa is one of the most traditional drinks in the wintertime. The word sip means to drink something very slowly, in tiny amounts. If you really want to treat yourself (give yourself something special), you can add marshmallows or whipped cream:
This comprehensive Christmas and winter holiday vocabulary word list can be used in the classroom in so many ways. Use it to inspire word walls, word searches, puzzles, Hangman and Bingo games, crafts, worksheets, story starters, creative writing word banks, and a variety of elementary lesson plans in almost any subject.
Poem or story written-word exercise: Have students draw three or more of the words to incorporate into a poem or story. You can assign these to be turned in or shared with the class. Poems may be rhyming or not or in the form of a limerick or haiku. You can ask for a minimum word count for written story assignments.
By Friday night, an “all-out blizzard” is anticipated from central and northeastern South Dakota to central and eastern North Dakota, according to AccuWeather meteorologist Bernie Rayno. Unnecessary travel should be avoided in these areas.
— Doyle Rice, USA Today, 11 Oct. 2019
Definition: a long severe snowstorm
I am so thankful for these word cards. I would love for these same cards to be available in Spanish. I make my word cards with Spanish on one side and English on the other (Spanish in blue). Would it be possible to have them in Spanish or the possibility of being able to print the Spanish inside the box?
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Stock up on the tissues (los pañuelos) and after some reposo (bedrest) and lots of hot drinks, you should be fine.
The good news is that most of the words you’ll use every day stay the same. A manzana (apple) is still a manzana, and mañana (tomorrow) is still mañana whatever the season—even if you do sleep through a whole day by accident.