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  • Kristen Bogusz

    vocab on the move - students have the word on their head and need to get clues from others to figure out their word. I feel like middle school/high school kids would like to do this to get up and moving in the classroom!

  • Chrissie Land

    vocab on the move - students have the word on their head and need to get clues from others to figure out their word could do this with language arts or math words

  • Suzanne Huber

    Vocabulary game: Vocab on the move

  • Melissa Burns

    Pinteresting Reading Ideas!

  • Rhonda Ryder

    Vocabulary word on sentence strip on head. Has to get clues to solve own word. Uses: synonym, antonym,etc..

  • Stephanie Strasser

    "Vocab on the Move" allows students to travel around the classroom finding synonyms, antonyms, examples, and sentences for the vocabulary word written on their headbands.

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