These fun and impactful printables will make distance learning a positive experience for students during the Coronavirus outbreak!
Both parents and students can get in on the word learning at home with the Vocabulary Scrabblez Game. This printable game will keep kids unable to go to school thinking about words and testing their vocabulary prowess.
Getting kids to learn vocabulary words while schools are closed because of Coronavirus can be as easy as playing a simple game of checkers. Have students test their vocabulary knowledge with this free printable Vocabulary Checkers Game.
With the Vocabulary Land Game kids will leave their concerns behind as they enter a whimsical world of words! Vocabulary Land, similar to Hasbro® Candy Land™ , is a captivating printable game that's guaranteed to keep students reviewing vocabulary words.
Coloring has proven to be such a wonderful way to relax and reduce stress that coloring books are now created for ALL ages. With the Color Your Vocabulary Activity students can practice using their vocabulary words while also calming their minds.
The Coronavirus may have prevented March Madness from taking place this year, but kids at home can capture the spirit of the tournament with the Bracket Battles Vocabulary Game! With this March Madness themed game, students will continue using vocabulary words despite not being in the classroom.
Students can spend an afternoon at home fishing for vocabulary words with these free printable game cards. The Go Fish Vocabulary Game is a fun, relatively quick game that will help students master a few of their trickier words.
Vocab-categories, similar to Hasbro® Scattegories™, is the perfect game to play on a zany day. This printable vocabulary game will ensure students use vocabulary creatively while unable to attend school due to the Coronavirus outbreak.
The Picabulary Vocabulary Game, similar to Hasbro® Pictionary™, is a quick and often hilarious way for kids to review vocabulary words! While schools are closed, classes can play Picabulary together virtually or students can play with their parents/guardians at home. Players have to creatively draw out vocabulary word meanings for others to guess.
Keeping kids from having too much screen time is one challenge parents face while students are unable to attend school due to the Coronavirus! The Vocabulary Video Game printable will help students engage with vocabulary words and is one way teachers and parents can curtail the complaining when kids are asked to put the devices away.
We can all agree this is a puzzling time for educators and students. For the spatial and kinesthetic learners at home during the current school closures I have the Puzzle Together Your Vocabulary Activity. Students will love creating and then reassembling a jigsaw puzzle to review their words. Use this vocabulary activity to assist them in learning to put words and meaning together!
If students have a pair of dice at home then they are all set to play Vocab-Zee! Similar to Hasbro® Yahtzee™, this printable vocabulary game will get kids to perform vocabulary-based actions that coincide with the dice numbers they roll.
The Word for That Activity will encourage students to change the words and phrases they use every day by coming up with more precise and sophisticated vocabulary words. Have them record the phrases they've updated and submit them online!
Have students use the Vocabulary Word Ladder Chart at home during the COVID-19 outbreak to learn 10 new vocabulary words each week! With this vocabulary progress ladder, kids will learn two new words each day as well as review the previous day's words.
With this delicious vocabulary activity kids concoct and assemble delectable ice cream sundaes based on vocabulary words! Once students complete this activity at home, have them take a picture and submit it online. The Build Your Own Sundae Vocabulary Activity is a sweet way to stay in touch with students.
I personally feel that vocabulary knowledge leads to more colorful conversations so I created the Vocabulary Paint Chips Activity. With this activity students will choose four vocabulary words they struggle with and write each on the darkest square of the four paint strip sets. Next, they have to find synonyms and/or antonyms that match each of the difficult words to write on the lighter shades of the same color.
Finally, students have room to the right of each paint strip color to fill in both the definition of the word and a sentence using that word in context. This last part is what really makes the Vocabulary Paint Chips Activity awesome!