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Having A Ball With Vocabulary - DIY Style

Testing students' vocabulary comprehension through a game is a beneficial way to make vocabulary fun.

I have seen a sheet like this used before. I think it helps sudents to understand the specific word more. Being able to draw a picture showing the word is fun also!

Can be used like regular four square. Call out a vocab word . Student is responsible for giving the info for the word in heir square while tossing the all. Rotate to next square and repeat when new word is given. Continue until all words used.

Sight Word Dominoes – A fun game to help students learn sight words or new vocabulary in no time! #edchat #educhat #studyfun

Sight Word Dominoes & Speed Racer Game

READING: Sight Word Dominoes – A fun game to help students learn sight words or new vocabulary in no time!

Having A Ball With Vocabulary - DIY Style - The Organized Classroom Blog.  Write vocab words on the ball, as students toss the ball to each other around the room, whatever word their right thumb lands on (or closest to) is the word they  must explain, define, or use in  a sentence.

Having A Ball With Vocabulary - DIY Style

Having A Ball With Vocabulary - DIY Style Even using sight words. Write vocab words on the ball, as students toss the ball to each other around the room, whatever word their right thumb lands on (or closest to) is the word they say

Heads Down, Vocabulary Up by Saddle Up For 2nd Grade

4 Games to Increase Vocabulary Success

Heads Down, Vocabulary Up - for older kids, use matching vocab/definition card. Students that were picked give the matching term to guess.

Vocab building and literacy - lots of easy to implement ideas. Print rich environment (fit in with gifts of words, etc.)

Free Printable Vocabulary Activities great resource to check out often! This one is for kids to post words they find and need help figuring out. give opportunities during the day to discuss

Teach vocabulary with trading cards!  Students write the vocabulary word and draw a picture on the front.  On the back they write "stats" about the word like its definition or how to use it in a sentence.

Teach vocabulary with trading cards! Could easily play this as a "Go Fish! Students write the vocabulary word and draw a picture on the front. On the back they write "stats" about the word like its definition or how to use it in a sentence.