Looking for engaging, creative, and versatile word work activities for your upper elementary students that will last the YEAR? This is part two
of my word work for upper elementary! This product contains 18 new, exciting, and engaging
activities that will last you throughout the year! Best of all, it is a no prep, print and go
I created this for my own students because I found that they were going through word work activities very quickly and were not as engaged as I would have liked them to be. These word work activities did the trick! My kids LOVE going to the word work center-- it is now their first choice! They are engaged and having fun while working with their vocabulary words!!
This product can be used any language arts vocabulary centers, early finisher work, or as HW (tic-tac-toe versions of the menus are included for this purpose.)
This product contains
1. Three choice menus to hang at your center
2. Tic-tac-toe version of menus
3. Task card version of menus
4. 18 NO-PREP NEEDED word work activities including: word wedding planner, word for president, word garden, hidden words, X-marks the spot, movie star, my word pet, etc! these worksheets are unlike any other vocabulary activities
Just print out this product and you have a ready-to-use center that will keep your kids engaged and working hard!
Looking for part one of my word work? Click the link below
Word Work for Upper Elementary Part One
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