Flowers: Your students will love this hands-on plants interactive notebook activity to learn definitions of the parts of a flower. Students will color then cut out the two flower shapes. After it is attached to their notebooks, they will need to identify which part of the flower the definition is describing and write it on the flap. A separate word bank is provided if needed.
FUN video to teach connotation and denotation - to the popular One Direction song "You Don't Know You're Beautiful." Connotation is a words suggested meaning or emotional association. Some words carry a positive connotation; some words carry a negative connotation. Denotation is the literal, dictionary definition of a word.
With this prepositions activity, I have the kids paste the definition of a preposition in the notebook. Then they paste the flip flaps onto the page as they read them. After that, I have them place the correct picture under each word.
Vocabulary bingo can help students to review the vocabulary. This bingo board has vocabulary that relates to the water cycle. I will read the definition of the words in no specific order and the student's will cross out the correct word. I will laminate each mat so I can reuse them.