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10 Games to Play with any Vocabulary Words

For this game, you can use the word cards from the memory game or you can write words on popsicle sticks. You will also want some of the free pop cards or write pop on several sticks. Put the cards or sticks into a container. Students take turns pulling one card or stick out of the container. If they pull a word card, they must give the definition. You can change this up a bit by requiring them to give a synonym and antonym if you prefer. If they answer correctly, they keep the card. If…

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I like this activity because it gives students a different way to remember their spelling words during a test. It also teaches them what parts of speech are called and makes them use their resources.

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Dialogue in story writing is often a very difficult task for young students to master. This poster gives some examples of correct useage and also offers a large vocabulary selection of alternatives to "said". Your students can liven up their creative writing greatly with this great reference poster.

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Trauma Seeking Feedback Loop 6 Synonyms: Resolution Block Feedback Loop. This is why therapy helps. We get to share our emotions in a safe contained space with someone we can get to trust and don't have to let them caged or bottled up. It gives us a safe outlet to talk about our pain, despair, stressors, etc. even when we are not ready to take action

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I give up! I can't pretend even a little bit that is it okay to be without you. I am hopelessly, truly, head over heels in love with you. My life can't continue until the day we are actually together

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Synonym activity- I had my students give me a list of synonyms. They just love to be involved! Students match up the top and bottom words to make a pair of synonyms.

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scold or criticize (someone) angrily. "she berated herself for being fickle" synonyms: rebuke, reprimand, reproach, reprove, admonish, remonstrate with, chastise, chide, upbraid, take to task, pull up, castigate, lambaste, read someone the Riot Act, give someone a piece of one's mind, go on at, haul over the coals, criticize, censure

How to Create Catchy Headlines

Creating Catchy Headlines (including 6 blog title templates to get the wheels turning) - Elle & Company

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This vocabulary game is a favorite of my students! Each week I post our vocabulary words on the editable strips included in this file on my pocket chart. I call two students up at time, hand them a (clean) flyswatter, and I give either a definition, an antonym, a synonym, or a sentence clue about the word.