Vocabulary Games & Activities That Boost Reading and Writing Skills
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To help students really think about words and their meanings, games such as Definition Dive (page 11) and Word Wiz (page 15) ask students to give examples and non-examples of a targeted word. For instance, for the word energetic, students might offer examples such as active, very lively, hardworking, or on the go. Non-examples might include lazy, drowsy, or without enthusiasm. Other games, such as Pharoah’s Prefix Pyramid (page 20) or Go Greek! (page 62), ask students to give examples of how a word is used or to use it in a sentence. For the word thermometer, for example, a student might respond that a thermometer tells the temperature. Or, the student might use the word in a sentence, such as “When we checked the thermometer this morning, it was already 75 degrees!”
Activity Book 13.49