4 Games to Help Kids Think Critically about Vocabulary - FREEBIES Included with some awesome tips for expanding your students' knowledge of the words around them!

4 Games to Help Kids Think Critically about Vocabulary

VOCAB GAMES (W) (R) 4 Games to Help Kids Think Critically about Vocabulary - FREEBIES Included with some awesome tips for expanding your students' knowledge of the words around them!

Quick and Easy Vocabulary Activity - Use It With Any Text! #Storyworks

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These worksheets serve as a good vocabulary assessment to see if the older students understand the relationships between words. It helps assess what their word choice is like and how strong is their understanding of synonyms and definitions.

Hydr - Water; Greek and Latin Roots, Prefixes and Suffixes Foldables; Greek and Latin Roots Interactive Notebook Activity by Lovin' Lit

Interactive Vocabulary Notebooks

Greek and Latin Roots, Prefixes and Suffixes Foldables; Greek and Latin Roots Interactive Notebook Activity by Lovin' Lit. Great idea for spelling, match prefixes to base words

1: Bed Loft with Play Area | A 21st Century School on the Cutting Edge of Learning [Slideshow] | Co.Design: business + innovation + design

A 21st Century School on the Cutting Edge of Learning [Slideshow]

These would be cool in a classroom.if you had unlimited space, of course! :) LIbrary design, Unique Reading Seat In Public Kids Library: Children library design decorating ideas with playing spaces

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Does your child have an Individualized Education Program (IEP)? If this is a new development, you may run into some language you’re not familiar with. Here are key terms you’ll see and hear as you work with the IEP team.

IEP Terms to Know

This website explains various IEP terms. This would be helpful if the SLP needs a reminder of a term or to give to a parent who has never been to an IEP meeting before.

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