Learn a Word a Week in March

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Has anyone been printing these signs to learn a word a week? My kids seriously LOVE it! With all things, it’s hit or miss. They could love it, they could be indifferent. But I’ve printed set 1 and set 2, and have put the word of the week in a prominent spot in our family room, and the kids (all 4 of them) are eating it up, and think it’s so fun to use the words–and pass weeks words! They are remembering to rotate the words, and if I don’t have these printed up by Sunday night, they are going to be nagging me to get it done. I’m so glad they like it!  This is just a simple activity to encourage a little family fun and learning at the same time. As I said in my intro post, memorizing words with your families does 3 things.

Benefits to learning difficult words:

  1. Increase intelligence
  2. Boost self esteem
  3. Camaraderie with family

Now, I give you, the 5 words in March, set 3!

Memorize a Word a Week with your kids set 3

Some words are series, some words are silly, all have a definition and example sentence.


Make a fun family activity out of it like we have.

Download set 3 here:

Memorize in March

Grab past words (5 words in each set)

To watch a little video I put together about how to use the word of the week, you can do that here:

Here are links to the words of the week for the rest of the year, you can use them anytime, but if you want to do them monthly, that’s how they are arranged.



Please tell me I’m not doing this alone and others are having fun with it, too! Anyone??

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  1. Jamie says:

    Thanks so much for sharing your Word of the week tradition. I have adapted it for our family and we are having a lot of fun with it! On Sunday evening I post the new word on our kitchen chalkboard then I snap a picture of it and send it in a “Family” text to everyone. I also include Scrabble and Words with Friends point values since we all enjoy those word games. My two oldest kids are away in college and my youngest is in elementary school. My oldest son is quite witty and he started randomly sending funny texts throughout the week using the words. Not to be outdone my oldest daughter did the same and now we are all in on the act. It has become such a fun, informal way to stay connected. (My younger kids DO NOT have cell phones but do have access to a family ipad for family texts.) Thanks for all of the time you put into this!

    • Kristen Duke says:

      OH my goodness, I LOVE hearing this, thank you for sharing the story, makes my heart swell! The link was broken, but updated now. Have fun with March!

  2. Dezi A says:

    I’ve absolutely loved doing it! Nothing like hearing my 4 year old use the word ‘plethora’ correctly in a sentence. 🙂 Thank you! My boys are looking forward to their new words.

    • Kristen Duke says:

      I love hearing that your boys are loving it, I love hearing my kids use these words, too!

  3. Dezi A says:

    I can’t seem to get the words to download, when I click on it I’m just brought back to this page… Any suggestions?

    • Jamie says:

      I am having the same issue…

      • Rach says:

        Same here… I’d love to download these…they have been great for our home school!

      • Kristen Duke says:

        So sorry, it’s fixed now!!