While doing my massive closet and teacher desk revamp, I came across a binder full of goodies I thought could be helpful for you all! I used to use these all the time and really need to bring them back into the curricular swing. These are quick to make and useful for building both receptive and expressive language. They are also great for those awkward transition times – when there are a few minutes left in a center or rotation and you need a quick meaningful activity. Gotta make the most of every minute, right?!
I keep all of these vocabulary quick guide sheets in page protectors in a binder. I made different sheets dedicated to seasonal vocabulary, field trip vocabulary, cooking, and other thematic based ideas. I practice with students labeling each item (expressive language) and identifying each item when spoken for them (receptive language).
These are great to review before and after activities that require the vocabulary such as cooking and field trips!
Hope these are helpful for sprouting some Sunday ideas! Speaking of Sunday – how about a Freebie February!? Check out facebook! Don’t forget to like my facebook page so you don’t miss the last few freebies this month!
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