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"Shades of Vocabulary" -- I think that this is a great way for kids to understand similar meanings of words! Being able to see the different words and can associate them with the same "color" or word will help them to remember that, when it comes down to it, it all means the same thing! And you can totally make this for free which is even better! -Maggie Smith 2/1/13

AWESOME - not the paint samples necessarily, but more "core" words to use to illustrate importance of strong and specific verbs in writing! Use paint cards for teaching the Common Core Language standard about "Shades of Meaning"

As you know, knowledge of the meaning of words is essential to reading comprehension. The majority of English words come from Greek and Latin roots.   	When students learn a root word and its meaning, they can learn the meaning of many English words they may encounter in their reading. For example, when students learn that “aud” means “to hear,” that knowledge can help them figure out the meaning of the words audio, auditorium, audition and audiology.   This word root, prefix and suffix…

Greek and Latin Root Word Study Differentiated, CCSS Aligned Posters Incl

Greek and Latin Root Word Study Differentiated, CCSS Aligned Posters Incl!

Kicking up Homophones!   We are working on homophones and using our interactive notebooks to help us to refer back to what we have learned. This soccer themed activity allows my students to match the "words that sound the same but spelled differently" (our little chant to remember what they are) and record what the words mean in our notebooks. Head on over to grab your own copy.  grammar Homophones interactive notebook soccer

Kicking up Homophones!

Kicking up Homophones! We are working on homophones and using our interactive notebooks to help us to refer back to what we have learned. This soccer themed activity allows my students to match the "words that sound the same but spelled differently" (our little chant to remember what they are) and record what the words mean in our notebooks. Head on over to grab your own copy. grammar Homophones interactive notebook soccer

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