Spaced repetition is a proven memory technique that helps you keep what you’ve learned strong in your mind. The way it works is you review each word or phrase you’ve learned in spaced intervals. Initially the intervals will be smaller: you might review a new word a few times in one practice session, and then again the next day. Once you know it well you’ll be able to leave days or weeks between revisiting without forgetting it.
Encounter new words
Learning vocabulary is one of the first steps of learning a second language. Word search puzzles offer the student new vocabulary daily.