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Mystery Word of the Week in Pictures

Happy Weekend, y'all!  I wanted to take a sec and show you how I'm using the Mystery Word of the Week in my classroom this year.  Since I'm in a year round school, I have to track in and out of my classroom this year.  That means that my displays need to be easily removable so I can carry it to the next classroom.  Here is the weekly display in my classroom, under the board.
Mystery Word of the Week under the board in my classroom...  I used sheet protectors to easily change the clues.

Mystery Word of the Week on display in Denise's classroom at Sunny Days in Second Grade.

Mystery Word of the Week above the board in my teammate's classroom.
 I'm so impressed by the reaction the Mystery Word of the Week sets have gotten from teachers around the country.  I always found them effective to use with my own students, but I am blown away by the feedback on TpT.  Here are just a few of the comments:

  • Rschu64: A great product! I'm looking forward to using it in conjunction with my Expand Vocabulary board during CAFE.
  • Cyndi: It's perfect!! This is exactly what I was hoping for. Our school has a superhero theme this year with the tag line, Super Kids Out To Save The Words! Thank you so much for this quality product that will certainly increase vocabulary in a fun way!
  • earth1mother: This is everything I was hoping for and more! I plan on using this as part of our morning meeting ritual. This will be a great way to work on vocabulary skills.
  • PVWendy: My students love this every week!

If you are interested in trying this out with your class, please visit TpT (here) to download a week free to try in your class.  Be sure to leave feedback and consider "following" me to learn when new products are posted and when items go on sale.  If you'd like to see the Mystery Word sets available for purchase, click (here) for TpT .

On a personal note, thank you all for your support, comments, and feedback.  I have been having a difficult time personally since the school year began back in July, and I can't express how much you have helped me through the difficult times.  Thanks so much, blogging community!!  Here's a little chuckle for y'all...


  1. Love that e-card! Your mystery word packs look great!

    Learn, Play & Have Fun


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