Reading more advanced books means having to learn new words, which can feel overwhelming to young readers. Our word meaning games help take the stress out of building your child's vocabulary. Discover the strategy of context clues, match synonyms and homophones, fill in the blanks to complete sentences, and even sort metaphors and similes with these exciting word meaning games!
Learning to read and exploring the world of books is exciting, but any young reader can feel overwhelmed by the number of new words they encounter in text every day. By playing our interactive word meaning games, designed by education professionals, your child can discover new words naturally and enjoy the challenge from beginning to end. These games offer activities for a range of learning levels, from first grade to fifth grade. For early level readers, explore the valuable practice of searching for context clues to infer meaning. Once your child has mastered these games, they will enjoy matching synonyms and homophones to reinforce what they've learned about words that have similar definitions or pronunciations. More advanced readers can jump right into building their own sentences by filling in the blanks with fitting words, as well as categorizing types of similes and metaphors. Start the adventure today to begin growing your child's vocabulary and confidence in reading.