This A to Z Student Picture Dictionary includes a student book in black and white, as well as in color. Almost all of the pages include 10 images with labels. (Some of the pages have fewer items due to the nature of the letter, such as x or z) It is designed in two formats. The first is a half page so that you can save on printing. Copy 15 for a class of 30 and cut in half. The second format is whole page. You could also print the color pages, glue onto construction paper, laminate, and bind into 5 or 6 books to have around the classroom as a resource for students to use.
Ideas that I use in my classroom are listed in the pack, but some examples include: as a reading and writing tool, writing assignments in which I pick one image from the dictionary and students write a story to go with it, or as a challenge assignment in which students write a story using all 10 images from one page. We add words to the back of each page, but primarily use it as a Picture Dictionary.
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