I LOVE getting my students ready for a word parade! It is such a great way to expand their vocabularies and speak in front of the class! Although this lesson can honestly be done at any point in the year, it lends itself to being done around Halloween since most kiddos will already have existing costumes ready and waiting to be used!
Read Aloud Lesson Plan p.3
Tea Party Activity p. 4-9
Name Nouns Lesson Plan p. 10
Word Bracelets Lesson Plan p.11
Extra Lesson Ideas p.12
Photos p. 13
Vocabulary on Parade Parent Letter p. 14-15
Planning Sheet p. 16
Rubrics p. 17-21
Word Cards for Necklaces p. 22-25
Hallo-Words Word Work p. 26-35
Costume Words (Describing Lesson) p. 36-45
Thank You p.46
I'm not a huge fan of Halloween, but I love the academic twist to this! Thank you!
July 26, 2012
So clever and fun, not only that is is beautifully made as well. Thank you so much!
July 26, 2012
This is a fantastic word study unit! I cannot wait to do this with my second graders. This is a great alternative to the Halloween costumes too. It keeps things toned down and adds an academic flair! Thank you, Amanda!
Hi, Cindy! For some reason, many of my disabled/inactive products showed up over the weekend. I have deactivated them again. The vocabulary on parade packet is a much more comprehensive... much cuter version of my old starter kit. :) Sorry for the confusion!
Hi! I worked this into my lessons over the course of two weeks. I sent home the parent letters as early as I could to give them time to plan. They had to write out their plans and show me after the first week to make sure everyone was on the right track. :) I hope you enjoy it!!!!