Vocabulary games

Enhance your vocabulary skills with these fun and engaging games. Explore top ideas to make learning new words enjoyable and effective.
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Hello darlings! Do you teach vocabulary to your students? I think this is one thing we are missing in the upper grades and we are doing a disservice to our students. As they move up levels in reading, the thing that I notice that holds my students back the most is the challenging vocabulary they ... Read More about Adding Vocabulary to your ELA Block

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Jovana Zeid
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Vocabulary instruction is so critical in today’s classroom! A vast vocabulary will help students to become better readers and writers. Vocabulary is also essential to their performance on standardized tests. Helping kids to develop their vocabulary is time that is well spent in a busy classroom. I have developed a routine to teach new vocabulary

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Stephanie Marie
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Nov 6, 2020 - Download this free speaking activitiy to teach likes and dislikes in English at home. It's simple and gets your child practicing this important functional language. Check it out today!

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Joana Nascimento Czellnik
I've found that playing simple games with my young learners provides amazing vocabulary retention. The best part is that your students will have a great time while doing it. From opposite adjective card games to flashcards or vocabulary building question activities, this blog post is full of ideas for English language teachers. Vocabulary Games, Vocabulary Games For Kids, English Vocabulary Games, Vocabulary Building, Vocabulary Activities, Teaching Vocabulary, English Games, English Vocabulary, Teaching English

I've found that playing simple games with my young learners provides amazing vocabulary retention. The best part is that your students will have a great time while doing it. From opposite adjective card games to flashcards or vocabulary building question activities, this blog post is full of ideas for English language teachers.

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Guessing games are a great way to practice speaking, critical thinking and vocabulary building in ESL classrooms starting from young learners through adults. Whether you are an English teacher or a parent trying to improve your child's vocabulary in a first or second language, guessing games are a MUST! Here's where to start: Ages 3-4:

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Marina Perez
Teaching vocabulary words doesn’t have to be boring. Today I am sharing 5 engaging strategies for teaching vocabulary words to your elementary students. These vocabulary activities will help boost reading comprehension. With all of the vocabulary games students won’t even know they are learning. Find vocabulary anchor charts, games and more! Ideas, Anchor Charts, Teaching Vocabulary Strategies, Teaching Vocabulary Activities, Reading Comprehension Games, Vocabulary Acquisition, Vocabulary Development Activities, Teaching Vocabulary, Vocabulary Strategies

Teaching vocabulary words doesn’t have to be boring. Today I am sharing 5 engaging strategies for teaching vocabulary words to your elementary students. These vocabulary activities will help boost reading comprehension. With all of the vocabulary games students won’t even know they are learning. Find vocabulary anchor charts, games and more!

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Kristine Stevens