Word Of The Week Pocket Chart- Gr 4-5

Item: 304718

$ 24.99
Item #:  304718
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Build Speaking, Writing, And Test-Taking Skills All Year Long

Expand your students vocabulary with a new word every week of the school year! This sturdy, 4-pocket fabric chart has clear pockets to display the word of the week, its kid-friendly definition, an accompanying cartoon in which the word is featured, and student-written sentences using the word. Enhances written and spoken vocabularies and prepares students for vocabulary sections of standardized tests. Includes 40 grade-appropriate target words such as cuisine, drench, and nimble on 20 perforated, two-sided cards, grommets for hanging, and storage in the back. Chart measures 13" by 28"; word cards measure 11" by 2 1/2" each; cartoon cards measure 11" by 9 1/2" each; and definition cards measure 11" by 5 1/4" each.

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Determine or clarify the meaning of unknown and multiple-meaning words and phrases.
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Grade Level:
Grades: 4-5
  • 1 chart
    Size: 13" by 28"

  • 20 perforated cards featuring 40 target words
    Size: each uncut sheet is 11" by 17"

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Students love it!

We do this every week in my classroom. The students look forward to it. We go over the word, then they use the included worksheet to make their own picture and sentence using the word. We hang their work up on Monday and each day I pick one of their sentences to display on the bottom of the chart. Students earn rewards for using the words in class, or noticing them in books, on TV or from other people talking. It has really expanded their vocabulary!
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