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These engaging activities focus upon the word level strand of the literacy stategy, in particular the vocabulary extention element. Use this book to: meet.
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Test Your Word Power - I

Match phrases : draw lines from the phrases on the left to those on the right. Context clues : determine the meaning of the words in bold using cross sentence clues. Sentences : replace the word in each sentence. Paragraphs : fill in the missing words. Use "its" or "it's" in each sentence. Use "there" , "they're" or "their" in each sentence. Use "your" or "you're" in each sentence. Word search : search for and circle the hidden words.

Test Your Word Power - VII

Hidden letters : print the correct letter in the space for each word. Jumbled words : figure out the jumbled words. Word clues are provided.

  • The meanings of words.
  • How to increase your word power.
  • David Kidboti and the Adventure of: the Disappearing Tribe;

If you can get a hold of a file for the students, they can keep the hand-out and practice outside of class. It also really encourages them to learn new words. They really want to get that new sheet.

large flash cards

I originally thought they could cut them up and make their own cards, but they seem to like " My English Library " better. Both the small cards and Bingo cards should be printed out, cut, folded over sideways, and laminated see diagram you can cut and paste them onto card, but the laminated versions look better and last longer. The large flash cards come with a backing as the last page of the file.

  • printable flash cards and game cards!
  • How to Help Your Child Build a Strong Vocabulary.
  • What is the Academic Word List?;
  • How to increase your word power.

You will need to print out copies of that sheet, place it back to back with each flash card and then laminate it if you want to use it. It isn't necessary but it looks really sharp.

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If you don't use it, I would suggest putting a single blank sheet behind the flash card before you laminate it. It is sturdier and easier to handle that way. It will also stop students from trying to see through it to the next card. These cards are high professional? Please be patient when downloading. However, I use most of them up through to high school students and many with adults.

About the flash card sets: There are some multilingual handouts in French, German, Spanish, Japanese, Italian, Russian, and Portuguese for teachers of other foreign languages. The pictures were all put together with children in mind.