Daily 5 Word Work: Spelling

Giving students a list of words and telling them to memorize it for a test is not super effective. This spelling activity would encourage students to make relationship to the words, while reinforcing some vocabulary as well.

4th Grade Reading Literature Graphic Organizers for Common Core $

Reading Graphic Organizers for Reading Comprehension: Literature Grades 3-5

Grade Reading Literature Graphic Organizers for Common Core. Great to use in small groups, whole groups, centers, reading workshop, or literature circles!

Boggle boards (printables)

Literacy Station Idea: Individual boggle boards for working on words.with a key for each board!

vocabulary ideas

vocabulary ideas- Can be used like regular four square. Call out a vocab word . Student is responsible for giving the info for the word in heir square while tossing the all. Rotate to next square and repeat when new word is given. Continue until all words

Vocabulary Die: use as a game in the classroom to go over vocabulary words. The sides say: act it out, define it, synonym or antonym, draw it, use it in a sentence, and your choice. Great way for kids to get creative!

This is a vocabulary die. It has different actions, such as act it out, use it in a sentence, define it, and use a synonym/ antonym.


This is a word of the week worksheet. Each Monday, students will receive this worksheet and will be given a word. By the end of the week their worksheet will be filled and they will be expanding their vocabulary.

Classroom Freebies: Apple Venn Friends

Apple Venn Friends

Apple Venn diagrams - a quick, easy and fun way to help students understand the concepts of comparison and contrast. 🍎 Great to use during Johnny Appleseed Week!

Recording sheet for a vocab guessing game. Students ask these questions about their word and then make a guess

"What My Word" Game!

Great for word work. Ahead of time, write several vocabulary words on sticker labels. Put a word on each child's back so that they can't see what their word is.They have to ask their classmates questions to figure out what word is on their back.