You are going to LOVE this little vocabulary gem, and I am so excited to share it with you! It’s a Vocabulary Builder Flip-book containing the most common prefixes, Greek and Latin roots, and suffixes! There is also room for your students to add their own affixes and roots. What a handy resource for your […]
Vocabulary is a huge part of comprehension. It kind of goes without saying that if you don’t understand the words, you won’t make meaning of what you’re reading. Helping kids learn new vocabulary words is a worthwhile activity for this very reason. This summer, I’m going to continue the vocabulary learning with this simple comic ... Read More about Learning New Vocabulary Words with Comic Strips
This week I tried something new with the vocabulary in the story. I got the idea at a First Grade Conference in December. The student writes the vocabulary word in the middle of the sheet and then there are four things to do with the word. We completed two of the boxes together as a class and they finished the last two boxes independently. The kiddos sure had a great grasp of the vocabulary after this. When we read the story they had fantastic comprehension.
Let's dive into some new options to teach vocabulary, for those who have the time and energy to pursue them. In this post and podcast, I'm sharing ten ideas for making the study of vocabulary something students might even look forward to.