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  • Paula Connor

    This is a free vocabulary game that helps feed the hungry. For each answer you get right, FreeRice donates 10 grains of rice to the United Nations World Food Program. WARNING: This game may make you smarter. It may improve your speaking, writing, thinking, grades, and job performance...

  • Kay Crockett

    Free Rice- Educational games to play, with every correct answer they donate 10 grains of rice to the United Nations World Food Program.

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Onomatopoeia - The formation or use of words such as buzz or murmur that imitate the sounds associated with the objects or actions they refer to.

FreeRice is a non-profit website run by the United Nations World Food Programme. FreeRice has two goals: provide education to everyone for free & help end world hunger by providing rice to hungry people for free. FreeRice has games for the following subjects: Humanities (Paintings & Lit), Geography (Flags, Maps, Capitals, & Landmarks), English (Vocab & Grammar), Math (Pre-Algebra & Multiplication), Chemistry Symbols, Anatomy, German, Spanish, French, and Italian.

*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.

Generic word work form for content vocabulary. Includes a place for the word, the part of speech, the definition, a place for the student to use the word in a sentence, draw a picture, find synonyms and rate themselves on their understanding of the word.

vocabulary notebook - Cannot tell you how much I love this idea!!

Free Halloween Vocabulary Chart with non-scary images. You could cut apart the chart to make matching or concentration games or 3-part cards.

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This is a poster dealing with place value. I would use this in my classroom to hang in the classroom so children could refer back to it while working on expanded form and place value.