Vocabulary: Building Vocabulary the Common Core Way
Boost your students’ vocabulary using what they can relate to ~ Weather and Feelings
A Weather Journal that exposes students to alternate vocabulary words using real-life experiences with the weather. Journal includes synonym and antonym pages, writing about the weather using vocabulary, practice weather vocabulary using context clues, an organizational web, role playing cards and a homework assignment.
Have students explore shades of meaning in vocabulary describing feelings/emotions. Thermometers help students understand the “degree” of the emotion. Not only will the kiddos learn new vocabulary...the teacher will learn how the students are feeling (beware - this can be very revealing)!
Different illustration/writing pages allow you to use what works best for your students’ levels. An organizational web is included as well as role playing cards and a feelings spinner will let them practice newly acquired vocabulary.
Template pages teach children to describe real animals using attributes and detailed sentences. Scaffolding provided, as well as an opportunity to research or make up a fictitious animal of their own!
Reward/incentive pages can be used for vocabulary use and acquisition when you catch someone using a special vocabulary word, reward them with one of 3 different certificates.
Sample words included as well as black and white versions and alternate line styles.
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