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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
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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.
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TPT freebie! FREE graphic organizer for vocabulary words. Perfect for literacy centers, guided reading, and whole group instruction. Helps improve reading comprehension and vocabulary development for all elementary students, especially ELL English language learners.
Teach any set of vocabulary words with these engaging strategies: question trail, trading cards, scavenger hunt, heads up game, Quizlet Live, learning stations
Are you looking for engaging vocabulary activities? These 10 Fun Vocabulary Activities are sure to be a hit in your classroom.
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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
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Need to help your students get more hands on practice for their vocabulary words? I've got 5 fun vocabulary games you can use right away!
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!
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�Vocabulary is the best single indicator of intellectual ability and an accurate predictor of success at school� W.B. Ellet. As a reading teacher, this quote certainly hits home with me. These are such powerful words concerning the importance of vocabular
You are going to LOVE this little vocabulary gem, and I am so excited to share it with you! It’s a Vocabulary Builder Flip-book containing the most common prefixes, Greek and Latin roots, and suffixes! There is also room for your students to add their own affixes and roots. What a handy resource for your […]
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