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This upper elementary vocabulary BUNDLE is a Common Core-aligned year-long vocabulary curriculum for upper elementary classrooms. The four units contain vocabulary word lists focusing on Greek & Latin prefixes, Greek and Latin suffixes, and Greek and Latin roots.
Each unit contains six word lists with corresponding vocabulary activities for upper elementary with assessments for each. The activities can be printed or used digitally making these units perfect for distance learning!
Each word list contains the following activities:
- Google Slides presentation to introduce prefix/suffix/root and words
- Classroom posters and word wall words
- Word lists, covers, tabs, and charts for interactive notebooks
- Writing Prompts
- Matching Game
- Reading Passage
- Coloring Activity
- Board Game Practice Activity
- Boom Cards Digital Practice Activity
- Homework Choice Boards (digital and printable)
- Differentiated Assessments
- Google Slides versions of all activities
- End of Unit Review of the entire unit
- Unit Assessment
Each unit will approximately take 2 months to teach the six lists, activities, and assessments. Answer keys are included for all to help with ease of grading! If you are wondering how to plan out each unit across the year, check out the suggested pacing guide in the preview!
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TEACHERS LIKE YOU SAID...
⭐ A 4th grade teacher said, “As the distance learning teacher for my grade level, I found myself scrambling to find an effective digital vocabulary set. This resource checked every box! It can be used class-wide and as a tool for differentiation, which is what I am doing. I see my kids growing and they enjoy using the practice sheets provided in the pack. By having the same practice sheet in each unit, it allowed my students to be familiar with the system and settle into a routine. The collection is also extremely clean, which is beneficial to my students with ADHD as they aren't distracted by graphics or by phrases.”
⭐ A 5th grade teacher said, “Amazing resource! Used every week to teach new focuses, students loved the activities and also practiced these words at home for homework. Taught some great spelling and vocab concepts.”