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Sample page from "Very Very Vocabulary {Learning What Words Mean}"  This packet includes several word webs, concept maps, strategy posters, student books, game suggestions, and more.  87 pages, $8.00

Very Very Vocabulary {Learning What Words Mean}

Sample page from "Very Very Vocabulary {Learning What Words Mean}" Several strategy posters, graphic organizers, and game suggestions are included. 87 pages,

Tips & Tricks Teaching: Upper Elementary / Middle School Reading Freebies

FREE Graphic organizers Tips & Tricks Teaching: Upper Elementary / Middle School Reading Freebies Vocab study graphic organizer

These ecosystems cootie catchers are a great way for students to have fun while learning about ecosystems. These cootie catchers contain the following vocabulary words on ecosystems: Biome, Habitat, Energy Pyramid, Food web, Population, Decomposers, Producers, ConsumersThese cootie catchers on ecosystems come in color and black & white, and also come with a version where students can add their own definitions.

Ecosystems Activity: Population, Food Web, World Biomes and Habitats etc

These ecosystems cootie catchers are a great way for students to have fun while learning about ecosystems. These cootie catchers contain the following vocabulary words on ecosystems: Biome, Habitat, Energy Pyramid, Food web, Population, Decomposers, Producers, ConsumersThese cootie catchers on ecosystems come in color and black & white, and also come with a version where students can add their own definitions.

I have seen a sheet like this used before. I think it helps sudents to understand the specific word more. Being able to draw a picture showing the word is fun also!

vocabulary ideas- Can be used like regular four square. Call out a vocab word . Student is responsible for giving the info for the word in heir square while tossing the all. Rotate to next square and repeat when new word is given. Continue until all words

Vocabulary Activity Squares - vocabulary fun for students (definitions, sentences, synonyms, antonyms, pictures). TpT Freebie!

Frayer Model - Vocabulary Activity Squares - vocabulary fun for students (definitions, sentences, synonyms, antonyms, pictures).

Common Core Vocabulary Graphic Organizers {Grades 2 - 5} Fully editable so you can customize and differentiate! (priced)

Vocabulary Graphic Organizers {Grades 2 - 5}

Common Core Vocabulary Graphic Organizers {Grades Editable in Word, PPT, and PDF formats (priced).

What a great chart.  I think even my K-kids might understand this if I use it more toward the end of the year (April, May, June).  I'm going to give it a try in 2014.

Making Inferences chart for a classroom - building reading skills, reading classroom ideas

Two Minute Mysteries. Inference lessons

The Mystery of the Bermuda Triangle

Personal Word Wall. Every time a student asks you to spell a word, you write it in.

Personal Word Walls - keep in student's writing folders. *could be a separate small book for students to add in fancy words or new vocabulary as a reference when writing*

Fiction nonfiction activities

Fiction Non-Fiction sort. Prepare for end of year testing with this. Put the stories from your units for the year. Use snack bags for titles. of texts of stories text text text text text

We've learned all these neat words...but do we know how to use them? Uh oh. Time to break out your dictionary! Pick a word and get to know it a little better. ;)

Vocabulary Monsters {Vocabulary Graphic Organizers}

FREE Homophones Printable Chart and Worksheet

FREE Homophones Printable Chart and Worksheet

Looking for an easy and fun teaching idea for your students to practice their vocabulary words? My students loved it and never realized they were learning! This strategy can work for any grade, from kindergarten to high school!

Fun and simple strategy for practicing vocabulary

Similar to "Roll & Retell", but using vocabulary words. Students work with their vocabulary words depending on the number rolled. Could be used/adapted for any grade level.

A vocabulary activity where students have to use the words they are learning in a story.  This is a great way to get students out of the application and comprehension stages of Bloom's taxonomy and into the Synthesis stage.

A vocabulary activity where students have to use the words they are learning in a story. This is a great way to get students out of the application and comprehension stages of Bloom's taxonomy and into the Synthesis stage. *Easy to differentiate too!

Said is dead

Dialogue Tags: 100 Ways to Say “Said”. I'll use all these dialogue tags eventually.