This file contains 12 different furniture and appliance vocabulary words along with various activities and worksheets to practice the terms.
Sort Cards: pgs. 2-4, The first card has a term, the second a photo. To use these cards I do the following: print on cardstock, laminate for durability, cut the cards, mix 1 set of cards in a bag., give students the bag and allow them to match the definition cards to the term cards. (The pictures help here—students know to match a picture card with a non-picture card.)
Clip Cars: pgs. 5-7 Each card has a definition in the center and the relationships along the edges. To use these cards I do the following: print on cardstock, laminate for durability, cut the cards on the dark lines, place the cards and a basket of clothes pins in my center, allow students to place a clothes pin over the correct term for each card.
Match It: pgs. 8-9 These cards are formatted to work with the match it boards . Just print, laminate, and cut on the indicated lines. Slide the cards into the board s and allow students to match the term with the definition using rubber bands. **Directions for making your own match up boards are included in the bundle.
Magnet Spelling: pg. 10; I print and cut these cards and then put them in my center with metal trays (cookie sheets) and containers of magnetic letters. The students then place a card on a tray and use the letters to spell out the word for the item pictured.
CD Spinners: (see extra files): These labels are set up to print on CD/DVD labels, Avery template 8692; when you print them they will print two copies of each label on a page, I put one label on each side of the cd so I can see what was spun from the back as well. Our favorite game is spin-spell-sentence; the students spins the cd, names the picture, spells it, and uses the word in a sentence before passing the spinner to the next person. **Directions for creating your own CD spinner are included in the bundle.
Worksheets: pg. 11– 23, cut and paste, crossword, cloze, word search, alphabetical order, scrambled words recording sheet*, assessment page