Let's break the confusion of everyday words with multiple meanings. Let's expand knowledge of everyday words. In A Treasure of Multiple Meaning Words, students are introduced to over 45 multiple meaning words.
A unit or lesson displays visuals, sentences and definitions. A bounty of exercises follow each unit to reinforce these words.
Here are some of the words displayed in the book: top batter check root gum fork train stick club trunk pool story star shed hide down notice bank bat bowl pen box nails fly ducks ball bill school bark pitcher band count ear heel lap light match pound block float head scale break comb bright + a glossary of 33 additional words.
Classroom / ESL instructors have an entire workbook to expand knowledge of multiple meaning words for students in grades 1-4.