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March Madness Vocabulary Bracket Battle Printable, Grades 2–12

Have students fill out brackets for vocabulary words and let them decide the "ultimate vocabulary word" in the categories of nouns, verbs, and adjectives. With Bracket Battle...
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17 Printable Vocabulary-Building Games

I love vocabulary-building games and activities; the students are always excited to learn and the classroom becomes a genuinely positive space. I can always count on ...
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Distance Learning for Students– Vocabulary Scavenger Hunt Activity

Send students off on an at-home scavenger hunt to discover vocabulary words with these free worksheets. The Vocabulary Scavenger Hunt Activity challenges students to take the...
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15 Vocabulary Printables to Use While School is Closed

Right now we are witnessing the formation of a new education landscape due to the COVID-19/Coronavirus outbreak causing schools to close across the country. During these...
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Vocabulary Scavenger Hunt Activity, Grades 1–12 (FREE Worksheets Included)

Send your students off on a scavenger hunt to discover vocabulary words with my free worksheets. The Vocabulary Scavenger Hunt Activity challenges students to take the time...
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Back-to-School Activities for Middle School

In this article, you'll find fun back-to-school activities for middle school students that can be downloaded and printed for FREE! I love that these back-to-school activities...
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Oranges to Oranges Vocabulary Game, Grades 4–12

Based upon the popular game, Apples to Apples™ from Mattel®[1], my version, Oranges to Oranges Vocabulary Game, puts a twist on the game using your weekly vocabulary words....
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Vocabulary Game: Relay with Vocabulary Words!

The Relay with Words Vocabulary Game gets students moving and provides vocabulary instruction indirectly through play! This interactive vocabulary game encourages students to
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Dice-Inspired Vocabulary Games for High School

Today I’m sharing two printable vocabulary games for high school that you will want to add to your vocabulary resources; a newly created vocabulary game and a proven dice game
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Wacky Word Toss — A Vocabulary Review Activity Students Will Love

My children love to toss water balloons, and I couldn’t help but think that combining a favorite pastime with word learning would make for an awesome vocabulary review...
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A Videogame-Inspired Classroom Vocabulary Game!

Many students love paying video games. As a teacher, I’ve heard countless conversations about which video games are the most fun to play, what gaming console is the most...
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Vocabulary Practice With Vocabulary Toss

My colleague Valerie plays a game with her students that I like to call “Vocabulary Toss.” I adapted this simple vocabulary practice game to include two rounds, but the...
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