Get students engaged in learning new vocabulary to any story or reading using this amazing interactive workbook. There are a variety of differentiated pages for students to use, color in, and take brain breaks on. You can either use the workbook as a whole or print individual pages that you want your students to solely focus on. The teaching options for you are endless! After purchasing this workbook, you'll have access to the following pages:
-Cover of Workbook (pg. 1)
-Reading Checkpoint Pages (pgs. 2-5): Keep track of the vocabulary words you're learning and to which story you're learning them from by writing down the title to the story and what page you stopped on.
-Graffiti Wall (pg. 6): Students use the page as a wall and graffiti the new words they're learning along with their definitions in whatever form they'd like.
-Focus Word Writing (pg. 7): Students write a vocabulary word on the line. Then practice rewriting the word on the three lines below. Students can create their own word forms, count how many syllables the word they chose has, and circle the word's correct part of speech.
-Tweetcabulary (pg. 8): Create a tweet using a specific vocabulary word, choose 3 focus words, and then write a synonym or antonym for each word on the lines below. Then students can write down how many vowels and consonants there are in the vocab words they chose.
-Vocabulary Word Search (pg. 9): Students can use their vocabulary words to create their own word search by placing letters in each box. This is a fun page for any grade level student. Then they can give their created word search to a classmate to complete.
-Scratch and Scribble (pg. 10): Write down vocabulary terms in the space provided and then draw a picture to represent each word.
-Focus Phrases (pg. 11): Write a focus word in each box. Then use the word correctly to create your own phrase.
-Word Work Sentences (pg. 12): Write vocabulary words on the lines below. Then create your own sentences using each vocabulary word correctly.
-Practice Vocabulary Paragraphs (pg. 13-14): Students can write four vocabulary words on the lines below. Then use and highlight the different vocabulary words used in each paragraph. At the end of the page, students will complete a writing checklist and take a brain break.
-Voc(APP)bulary (pg. 15): Write a vocabulary word on each line. Then create an app to represent each word.
-Vocabulary Storytime (pgs. 16-20): Students use a step-by-step graphic organizer to create their own story using vocabulary words of their choosing. There is space for students to draw out their ideas, options for how to start the story, and then space for them to write out their story. Students will be able to check their understanding by answering a question at the end about the vocabulary terms used, as well as, take a brain break by playing tic-tac-toe with a classmate. Teachers can then leave feedback for students about their story and use of vocab terms by completing a compliments and comments section.
-#Lessongram (pgs. 21-22): Students read all the comments. There is a question embedded in each conversation. Students will be challenged to answer that question in at least 3-5 complete sentences. Then they can take another brain break by playing break the code.
-Oh Snap! (pg. 23): Students write a vocabulary term below the square. Then students draw a picture of something that relates to the focus word in the space above.
-Greek and Latin Word Work (pg. 24): Students write in focus words in the focus word column. Then fill in the table by identifying each prefix, root, and suffix in each word.
-Word Scramble (pg. 25): Create new words using the prefixes, roots, and suffixes from your focus words. Then write the new word on the line.
-Rhyme Time (pg. 26): Write focus words on the lines. Then write words in each box that rhyme with the word.
-Synonyms and Antonyms (pg. 27): Students write a synonym and antonym in the circles that go along with each focus word.
-Credits Page (pg. 28): Thank you for your purchase and credits are given to those whose resources I've used.
The best part about this product is that you can use this workbook however you want. The pages can be used over and over again for any story or reading. Your students will love learning vocabulary again!