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Robert Marzano, a guru of vocabulary instruction, tells us that the bright kids need about 4 exposures to a word to own it, average students need about 14, and our struggling students need at least 40. Great exposure freebie!

Put a jewel on student's work when they use "sparkling vocabulary"

word watcher- students fill out a ticket when they find a vocabulary word during reading; pull tickets for raffle drawing. LOVE.

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Don't let vocabulary get in the way of your students not understanding what to do on standardized test. With this vocabulary set, students will be...

A Teacher's Idea: My VOCABULARY Resources

"We just wasted over a minute of classtime thinking and sharing about the word obstinate, and I have no idea if students actually understand what the word means. Here enters the game of 7-up."

Make a bag full of vocabulary words, have students draw one, then spin this spinner and do the resulting activity. All kinds of word fun!

*Vocabulary -- for students who finish early. Have them choose a word from the children's dictionary and fill out worksheet. Keep a classroom binder where students will store their magical words in alphabetical order. At the end of the year collect each students and put them in their memory book so they can see how many magical words they found.

Vocabulary notebook - Cannot tell you how much I love this idea!! Really like the Root word, prefix and suffix portion.