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Vocabulary activities

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The Best Teaching Tools for Learning Vocabulary! – Student Savvy

All teachers have their favorite go-to methods for teaching vocabulary words to their students. It may be the use of word walls, flashcards, analyzing the root word, or simply the repetition of writing down the word over and over. Interactive VocAPPulary™ is a simple, yet effective way for students to learn vocabulary on a specific

FREE printable puzzles to teach preschoolers about antonyms and opposites. Includes 12 self-correcting puzzles with visual cues to find the matching pair of antonyms.

FREE printable puzzles to teach preschoolers about antonyms and opposites. Includes 12 self-correcting puzzles with visual cues to find the matching pair of antonyms.

Vocabulary Wheel - 3 Ways to Use Folding Resources to Teach Vocabulary

Over the last few months I've discovered interactive notebooks and folding resources - and I've fallen hard for them! I love the ways you can combine folding, colouring, words and ideas to create an interactive resource which helps students to explore and engage with the topic they are learning.&

Vocabulary instruction is so critical is today's classroom! A vast vocabulary will help students to become better readers and writers. V...

Vocabulary instruction is so critical is today's classroom! A vast vocabulary will help students to become better readers and writers. V...

Vocabulary Activities worksheet - Free ESL printable worksheets made by teachers

4 activities that I bring into the classroom. They help speaking and learning to relate to a topic, categorizing words, spelling and remembering words. - ESL worksheets

Check out 8 ways to support your English Language Learners (or ELLs and ESL students) in the classroom that will help build their vocabulary, support academic success, and help with social language. The key is to strive for them to feel comfortable, safe, and successful. These activities and strategies are simple to implement into any classroom with any lessons. #ELLStrategies #ESLactivities

Check out 8 ways to support your English Language Learners (or ELLs and ESL students) in the classroom that will help build their vocabulary, support academic success, and help with social language. The key is to strive for them to feel comfortable, safe, and successful. These activities and strategies are simple to implement into any classroom with any lessons. #ELLStrategies #ESLactivities

This activity is going to be for third grade students who will need scaffolding regarding the synonym square but who will use resources to find the definition of words in the third grade using the internet or a physical dictionary. This template is a general outline of what students should be working on while reading texts and finding new words they don't understand.  The template can be completed together with the teacher and used to assess where students are with their sentence writing.

This week I tried something new with the vocabulary in the story. I got the idea at a First Grade Conference in December. The student writes the vocabulary word in the middle of the sheet and then there are four things to do with the word. We completed two of the boxes together as a class and they finished the last two boxes independently. The kiddos sure had a great grasp of the vocabulary after this. When we read the story they had fantastic comprehension.