multiple meaning words

Feb 27, 2018 | multiple meaning words, reading, vocabulary

My kids are growing up SO FAST! My girls went to their first daddy daughter dance this weekend!

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It was just me and the little guy… So we walked to the park!

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Time goes by so quickly and I’m trying my hardest to enjoy every moment!

In my classroom, we had a blast learning about multiple meaning words! This week we focused on homonyms.

On Monday we made an anchor chart.  My anchor charts are always terrible! I got smart this time and printed out pictures! My kids had a blast coloring the pictures throughout the week.

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My students used the anchor chart to complete this printable… They each picked a different homonym.

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On Tuesday we reviewed the anchor chart and added to our interactive notebooks.

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Then we played a fun match up riddle game. I gave every student a card. Some cards had riddles and some had pictures. The kids had to walk around the classroom to find their match. My students always love it when they can move! After they found their partners, they wrote and illustrated their riddle.

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On Wednesday I taped task cards all around the classroom. My students had to read the card/riddle and record the correct homonym on their recording sheets. I think they had just as much fun searching for the cards that were hanging all around the room.

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On Thursday I let my students work with partners to solve homonym puzzles.

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AND… We made these cute crafts on Friday…

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Here’s a close up of my example… My students used construction paper, but when I created the unit I included a version that can be colored!

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We also took a quick assessment…

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And there you have it… You can find everything in the unit HERE.

More Hands-On Reading units will be coming your way SOON…

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Have a GREAT WEEK!

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