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  • Jennifer Reber

    3rd Grade - Language Arts - Vocab word on hat, the students walk around and have to try to figure out the word by the description given by other students.

  • Jennifer Wodotinsky

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  • Jennifer Busskohl Vanderlinden

    A moving vocabulary game. Love. Kids want to get out of their seats.

  • Sherine Michaels

    Vocab word on hat, the students walk around and have to try to figure out the word by the description given by other students. - This would work well with math vocabulary words once children have had a chance to think/talk about the concept.

  • Heather Jernegan

    Vocab word on hat, the students walk around and have to try to figure out the word by the description given by other students. Use laminated sentence strips for weekly fun

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Vocabulary idea - students have a vocab word on head and have to walk around room and ask synonym, antonym, rhyming word, definition, etc... to guess their word. Love this idea.

Vocab on the move-vocabulary word on a sentence strip on their head. The students have to walk around the room and ask questions such as, what is a synonym for my word, etc. Sheet is included!

This is a great way to share with your students what is expected from them on the first day of school. This will be nice to have in your door where students can see it and remember what is expected from them.6321

I like this idea as an in class way to help students learn their spelling words. This will not only help them to spell them but also learn the meaning of them. The only thing I dislike like about this is that it asks for an antonym and synonym when all words may not have a direct opposite or mean the same as another word.

i love this way of displaying objectives in the classroom. making connections to real life is so key!

vocabulary I did this a lot with my 4th graders, having them "show what you know" about the words by holding up thier fingers.

Student autobiographies..love this for the first week of school. Possibly have 2 writing samples one from beginning of year and one from the end?

Looking for some new ways to have your students practice their spelling words

Vocab on the Move....during a unit review in reading we typically play this game. The students all have a sentence strip with a vocab word on it. They do not know what the word is though. They have to travel around the room to find a synonym, antonym, example, sentence, etc. The clues are used to determine the word on their heads.

From Mrs. Lewis' Learning Library, "Vocab on the Move" - during a unit review in reading we typically play this game. The students all have a sentence strip with a vocab word on it. They do not know what the word is though. They have to travel around the room to find a synonym, antonym, example, sentence, etc. The clues are used to determine the word on their heads.

Play with word families by building "Cat in the Hat" hats...I like this better than the itsy bitty cut and paste we've been doing.

Great vocabulary builder...each student has a word on their forehead...other students give clues to student to help them figure out the word they have. Can use synonym, antonym etc.