Vocabulary project ideas

Boost your vocabulary skills with these creative project ideas. Explore fun and engaging activities to expand your word knowledge and improve your language proficiency.
Hello Teachers! That's how I review English Vocabulary with my students! This printable resource includes 45 different pictures. Classify the cookies in the correct jar and practice English vocabulary. The game contains 3 different categories: Animals, Body Parts and Food. Hope you like it!

Hello Teachers! That's how I review English Vocabulary with my students! This printable resource includes 45 different pictures. Classify the cookies in the correct jar and practice English vocabulary. The game contains 3 different categories: Animals, Body Parts and Food. Hope you like it!

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Denisse Sosa
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Having a wide vocabulary is a huge part of what helps students to be successful in both reading comprehension and writing. This is why vocabulary is one of the National Reading Panel’s five core elements

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Alisha Thomas
Looking for a new vocabulary activity to engage your middle school or high school students? After students make webs of their vocabulary words, have their partners try to guess the word. Read on for directions and samples. High School, Vocabulary Games, Word Games, Vocabulary Activities, High School Language Arts, Middle School Vocabulary, Vocabulary Activities Middle School, Vocabulary Instruction, Middle School English Language Arts

Looking for a new vocabulary activity to engage your middle school or high school students? After students make webs of their vocabulary words, have their partners try to guess the word. Read on for directions and samples.

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The Literary Maven
Wish teaching vocabulary could be more creative and fulfilling? Try these ten strategies to make studying vocabulary more engaging and the words more memorable. Humour, High School, Middle School Vocabulary Games, Academic Vocabulary Activities, Vocabulary Strategies, Vocabulary Instruction, Middle School Vocabulary, Teaching Vocabulary, Vocabulary Activities Middle School

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.

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Lori Storer
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Every year I am shocked by my students' underdeveloped vocabulary. They struggle with reading comprehension because of their limited understanding of words. Their writing can be very drab because of their limited word choice. And when it comes time for standardized testing they often struggle with understanding what is being asked of them because of

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Michele McRae
Teach vocabulary with trading cards!  Students write the vocabulary word and draw a picture on the front.  On the back they write "stats" about the word like its definition or how to use it in a sentence.

Teach vocabulary with trading cards! Students write the vocabulary word and draw a picture on the front. On the back they write "stats" about the word like its definition or how to use it in a sentence.

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Brittany Montano

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