Teaching vocabulary activities
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When the teacher is completing the vocabulary posters with the students, the students can complete the mini posters and put them in the vocabulary journals. This is a great option to keep the students engaged and actively participating. #firstgrade #secondgrade #thirdgrade #teacherhack #classroomactivity #freebie #elementaryschool #reading #writing #luckylittlelearners
Speech Bee saved to Language Speech Therapy Ideas
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.&
Bsh saved to Activities
Are you required to teach a list of vocabulary words each week? Check out this list of vocabulary activities for little to help teach students to read!
Rena Dillinger saved to school ideas
Hello darlings! Do you teach vocabulary to your students? I think this is one thing we are missing in the upper grades and we are doing a disservice to our students. As they move up levels in reading, the thing that I notice that holds my students back the most is the challenging vocabulary they ... Read More about Adding Vocabulary to your ELA Block
Shanda Owen saved to School idea
Vocabulary instruction is so critical is today's classroom! A vast vocabulary will help students to become better readers and writers. V...
Let's dive into some new options to teach vocabulary, for those who have the time and energy to pursue them. In this post and podcast, I'm sharing ten ideas for making the study of vocabulary something students might even look forward to.
Lori Storer saved to Schoolish
Free Vocabulary Activities from The Littlest Teacher
These five fun word games will have your students practicing vocabulary terms without even realizing it! Check out this list for instructions for play.
Becky B saved to Reading: Vocabulary
Vocabulary is a very important part of a student's reading comprehension. This post for upper elementary teachers will help your 3rd - 6th grade students retain more vocabulary while completing fun and effective vocabulary activities.
The Teacher Next Door saved to Context Clues