Thursday, March 8, 2012

Learning Vocabulary through Pictures and Word Sorts




Classroom Freebies Manic Monday


It's Manic Monday Classroom Freebies and today I have a great freebie for all of you.
 Here's a great Spring freebie for using pictures to teach spring vocabulary and Categorize Spring Vocabulary words. This is a great way to assess your students' understanding of Spring Vocabulary Words and meet Common Core Standards.
                                                        4 Spring Categories:
                                                        Spring Weather Words
                                                       Things People Do in Spring
                                                       Things We See in Spring
                                                       Things that Animals Do in Spring
Thanks for making a difference for all the students you teach.
Arlene




What other kinds of word sorts to you use in your classromm?

9 comments:

  1. Love your blog! Thanks for sharing such cute and timely resources. I'm your newest follower!

    ~Jen
    Hello Mrs Sykes

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  2. Thanks Jen- Hope you'll check out my TpT store as well and follow me- lots of stuff for 2nd grade!!!! Would love your feedback.
    Arlene

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  3. What a great blog concept and very cute too! I'm your newest follower. =)
    Bobbie

    http://thedailycupcake-akindergartenblog.blogspot.com/

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  4. Thanks Mrs. M It's my very 1st blog!!!!!- Love the pink cupcake-yummy!!! Hope you'll check out my TpT store for other great lessons and freebies and follow my store.
    Arlene

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  5. Great freebie, thanks for sharing it on Manic Monday!!
    Shawna
    The Picture Book Teacher's Edition

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  6. Thanks so much Shawna.
    Arlene

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  7. This would even be good for special ed teachers because a lot of my students could always use help increasing their vocabulary. Thanks for sharing:)


    We are ALL Special!

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    1. I couldn't agree with you more. I taught both special ed and ESL and I always include pictures and activities to asses my student's understanding of the target words. Thanks so much for sharing.
      Arlene

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  8. Have you looked at the Word Sort Wizard site for lots of fantastic digital word sorts. Everything on the site is free. You just need to register so you can customise learning by creating student logins (if you choose). You'll find hundreds of word sorts ready to go. See my blog: http://wordsortwizard.blogspot.com.au/
    or go straight to the site: http://www.wordsortwizard.com

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