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"Black Out Poetry" Make it "Black Out DEFINITIONS"... Given a long definition, students black out words (4-6) to summarize math terms

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Help your child to figure out definitions of new words by looking for nearby synonyms. Click for details. #SpeechandLanguage

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from Fern Smith's Classroom Ideas!

Team Swat! New to Me Vocabulary Game!

Pinner says, "everyone writes the vocabulary words on index cards {or scrap} and we continue to play Swat! at their seat! They love it & they need, need, need exposure to vocabulary! I call out definitions, fill-in the blank sentences, opposites, ABC order, all sorts of things that gets their mind moving while their body is moving too!"

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Dinosaurs Word Wall and Research Trading Cards

Provided is a set 70+ Word Wall Strips and 40+ Dinosaur Research Trading Cards. These resources prominently and realistically display Dinosaurs and other Prehistoric Creatures. Print, Laminate, and Display! There is a word list with and with out definitions and other additional resources. Perfect complimentary resource to any Unit of Study about the extinct creatures of the past. Your students will love these! Laminate and use Velcro for longevity.

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Reading Comprehension Passages 4th Grade, 3rd Grade, 5th Grade

Figurative LanguageFlip Booklet(Definitions- Multiple per page included)Included: Metaphor, Idiom, Onomatopoeia, Alliteration, HyperboleDirections:1.Create flip booklet. You need 4 sheets but cut off last sheet.2.Staple at the top (twice)3. Have students cut out definition. 4.Have students create examples as they learn the new Figurative Language skill!Thank you for visiting my store and product!

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Carnivore, Omnivore, Herbivore Interactive Notebook Page

Use this activity to supplement your unit on animals by having students create pockets in their notebook. The pockets are labeled with the word Omnivore, Carnivore, and Herbivore. Students cut and glue the definition of each next to the pocket and cut out the 18 animals.

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from Teaching in the Fast Lane

Bright Ideas Hop: Twisted Test Prep

Mix up words on the table. Caller reads out definition. First one to find the answer is a winner.

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A good anchor chart that reminds students of different types of context clues they can use to help them figure out meanings of words (direct definitions, examples, synonyms, antonyms, etc.)

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Bright Ideas Hop: Twisted Test Prep

Mix up words on the table. Caller reads out definition. First one to find the answer is a winner.

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