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    • Jennifer Vargas

      Use the dice game ”Vocabulary rock and roll” to help students learn vocabulary with lots of fun! #edchat #educhat #studyfun

    • Ashley Pryor

      Vocabulary Rock and Roll! Great review game for centers!

    • Cristina Castle

      Vocabulary Pin 1- Vocabulary Rock and Roll - what a great center this would be!! This activity would be an interactive way for students to practice their vocabulary words in different ways and provides students with different ways of thinking about their words. From: Mrs-Bainbridges-Oasis Shop - | Teachers Notebook

    • Faye Willis

      Awesome vocabulary activity! This is a great way for students to learn a new word. They don't know where the dice is going to land, so they have to be ready to complete the vocabulary word.

    • Marie Sullivan

      Mrs-Bainbridges-Oasis Shop - | Teachers Notebook Vocabulary Game

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