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.