Contraption (n)

Here is a context clues worksheet on the noun contraption. Kids who have been read to as children very likely have heard and therefore understand this word; kids who haven’t enjoyed the benefits of nightly story time, and English language learners, probably have not. In any case, it is a word in common enough use in English that kids ought to know it.

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