Dictionary skills activities

Enhance your students' dictionary skills with these interactive and fun activities. Discover creative ways to build vocabulary, improve spelling, and foster language comprehension.
English, 6th Grade Reading, Pre K, Teaching Strategies, Information Literacy, 4th Grade Reading, Dictionary Skills, Teaching Reading, Literacy Lessons

This year I am trying to cover a different information literacy skill each month for second through fifth grade. September's Media lessons focused on dictionary skills. There are tons of lesson ideas for teaching dictionary skills, but I wanted something fun and new so I did some searching and found this cute idea for younger grades. It would be a bit time consuming for my second and third grade classes to cut out all of the pieces, so I created a one page sheet and called it a Dictionary…

Sandra Perez
Dictionary Skills, Multiple Meaning Words Worksheet, Vocabulary Words, Word Practice, Word Study, Teaching Strategies, Language Arts Elementary, Reading Writing, Dictionary Activities

Dictionary skills activities Do you teach dictionary skills? Does the thought of teaching dictionary skills like guide words, multiple meanings, and alphabetical order to students make you cringe and want to hide under your desk? It’s okay if you are nodding yes…. I used to feel this exact same way too! This is the toughest […]

Madi Plummer
1st Grade Fantabulous: Honey Boo Boo and a Dictionary Skills Freebie English, Comprehension, Worksheets, Ideas, Reading Comprehension, Reading, First Grade, Spelling, Dictionary Skills

Well, a little Honey Boo Boo and a few less brain cells functioning correctly and all is right with the world. I know I probably shouldn't admit that we just watched her, but it is so hard to turn the television even as they burp, pick their noses, and buy pet chickens... Something about watching reality television just makes you realize how much easier your life is than those on the big screen. Oh, the things I admit behind a computer screen. Speaking of which, thanks to all of you for your…

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