Word Of The Week Pocket Chart - Gr 5-6

Item: 304719

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Item #:  304719
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Build Speaking, Writing, And Test-Taking Skills With This 40-Week Vocabulary Program

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 aptitude, scrutinize, and ravenous on 20 perforated 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.
Brand:
Educational Insights
Grade Level:
Grades: 5-6
Details:
  • 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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5 Stars

My students love the contest (teacher verses student) we play using this product. Every time the teacher or a student uses the word in everyday conversation or in their writing they win a point for their side. The teacher usually loses; 1 against a whole class, competitive but fun. I also encourage families to set up the same contest at home. Parents are impressed with the new and advanced vocabulary that their child uses.
9/13/2014
By from , BC
5 Stars

My students LOVED this!

I used this as a whole group at carpet. I started out with just displaying the word and they made predictions about the meaning with elbow partners. Then I showed the comic to help them use context clues and the pictures. Then we revealed the meaning. My students came up with example sentences and then in a whole group we "expanded" the sentence by adding a who? What? When?where? Why? How? Adjective? We came up with amazing sentences. They got to make a comic from the perspective of a character and had to turn the caption into an expanded sentence including the vocabulary word. Parents commented on this all year long!
7/25/2012
By Teacher express from Medford, OR
About Me: Everyday Reader
5 Stars

Cross-curricula item!

Mys students love drawing their own pictures for new terms. I use this for the Word of the Week (cards in the kit) and also for building science vocabulary in preparation for state testing. Love it!
3/14/2012
By Gail from Puyallup, WA
About Me: Bookworm
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