Vocabulary Activities

Vocabulary activities help your child learn new words through games and crafts! Your child will enjoy being a word detective in these games, as he finds new vocabulary in books, in word scrambles, and in muffin tins. These games and crafts are designed to encourage kids not only to learn vocabulary words for school, but to seek meaning in words that they encounter in everyday interactions with books, TV, and other people. These vocabulary activities are a great way for you and your child to spend time together while building lifelong skills.

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Refresh your third grader's understanding of idioms with this hands-on art activity that encourages him to manipulate clay to represent his favorite idiom.
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Playing doctor is not only fun, it's also a way to teach kids about the parts of the body and how they are spelled.
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A strong vocabulary helps your little one with all school subjects. With this scrambled words game, he won't mind brushing up on vocab and learning new words.
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Before your next family getaway, make a set of picture/word vocabulary cards together. These cards will build your child's language and comprehension skills.
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Give your kindergartener an outlet to articulate his thoughts about going to school for the first time by setting aside time to help him write in his journal.
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Make vocabulary practice a little brighter with a summer words puzzle!
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Want to do something a little different for Dad this year? Have your child design his very own Father's Day "Greatest Hits CD" card.
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Help your child create a rebus message for a unique Father's Day card or poster; it's like a collage and encoded message all in one!
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With this activity, your third grader will get experience with informational writing, and your Thanksgiving guests will leave with a keepsake to cherish!
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Play this homonym game with your child the next time you sit down with her to read a story and help her build some valuable reading skills.
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Give your child a glimpse of how another set of students approach reading by teaching him how the blind use braille.
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This simple art project will help your child think of nice words to say that come from the heart and use them when she's communicating with friends and family.
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Turn wait time in the doctor's office or travel time in the car into fun time with your own version of I Spy.
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Help your child with his decoding and early reading skills in this fun game where you follow a spider web to find your treasure!
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This brain teaser challenges your fifth grader to unscramble some specialized Winter Olympics language.
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If your first grader has a hard time practicing his vocabulary skills, introduce him to this fun word building game.
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Strong writing engages all five senses, and this fabulous fall-themed simile activity is the perfect way to celebrate sight, sound, smell, taste, and touch.
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Help your first grader build up his sight words by creating a reading pointer and having him take the family on a house-wide reading tour!
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This time-based word builder is the perfect way to boost your child's vocabulary. Mix and match letters to see how many words she can come up with!
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How does your ghost feel? No, no, we're not wondering if he's happy or sad, joyful or mad. We want to know his texture!

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