Using a digital vocabulary notebook is an easy way to help students stay organized and gives them a place to keep a running record of words you learn together. Learn about the why and how of digital vocabulary notebooks, plus download 5 FREE notebook templates to use in your classroom!
Focusing on character trait vocabulary in elementary school is essential. Learn some easy activities you can implement for low investment and high return. Plus, get some great ideas for what character trait words match with the books you already have in your classroom library.
It is important to always believe in yourself and stay optimistic when something doesn’t come as easily for you as it does for someone else. Use these great picture books to promote optimism in your classroom.
To kick off vocabulary learning each school year, the first 5 words I teach and add to our word wall are themed around growth mindset. Find out my inspiration for these words, see recommended read alouds and download a free printable poster!
Celebrate a year of word learning by supporting students to create stop motion animation videos themed around your classroom word wall words. You only need clay, an iPad and your imagination!
Meaningful vocabulary will help to strengthen your students’ reading comprehension, writing skills and conversations. Introduce three Tier II vocabulary words with there interactive read alouds and printable resources for your elementary classroom.
Using interactive vocabulary notebooks with students is a great way to keep word learning organized, consistent and engaging! Start with Tier II vocabulary words and then consider incorporating content specific words as well.
Word walls aren’t just for littles! There are many ways you can incorporate a word wall into your upper elementary or middle school classroom! Learn about the different types of word walls and easy ways to make word learning the theme of your classroom.