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Tools for Building Vocabulary

Great for word work. Ahead of time, write several vocabulary words on sticker labels. Put a word on each child's back so that they can't see what their word is.They have to ask their classmates questions to figure out what word is on their back.

I created this for my class to study very specific academic vocabulary words.  Our building implemented Marzano's strategies for building academic ...

I created this for my class to study academic vocabulary words. Our building implemented Marzano's strategies for building academic vocabulary and.

Vocabulary Game

Vocabulary Game: This is a cool interactive game to make vocabulary fun. teaching writing, word games, writing exercises, fun with writing

Vocabulary Journal- Make this page into a vocabulary book and use it all year!--Teaching Madness

Vocabulary Journal- Make this page into a vocabulary book and use it all year!--Teaching Madness by Megan Terese

Vocabulary strategy - students write vocabulary words on each post-it, trace the post-its on a piece of paper, and write each definition in the squares.  They trade with a partner and the partner has to stick each word on top of its definition.

Vocabulary strategy - students write vocabulary words on each post-it, trace the post-its on a piece of paper, and write each definition in the squares. They trade with a partner and the partner has to stick each word on top of its definition.

KC Kindergarten Times: writing workshop

Pebble or Rock Words: A word that is a pebble does not tip the scale like a rock. Rocks are strong and have muscle! We are always on the look out during read aloud time for Rock Words. At writing time, we are trying to put Rock words in our stories.

This is a good idea to help kids understand the meaning of a new word. It also will help the students understand that there are multiple words with the same meaning. Another thing you could do is have non-examples on the paper so the students can understand what the word is and is not. This is not only good for math but any activity that has new words to learn.  -Brittany Pilon

The children worked with a partner to illustrate the math word we talked about today. The children loved sharing their math stories at large. (from KC Kindergarten Times)

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