April Fool’s Day Vocabulary Lesson
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Quandimonium will ensue when the class discovers you will be grading this April Fool's Day vocabulary activity, complete with made-up words and definitions, although the truly perspicacious will remain axomachilliax.
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- Use as a warm up or bell ringer on April 1
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- Definition, part of speech, and a sample sentence are included for each word on the list
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