Contact Us We love to hear how it’s going, see pictures of your class, and help you out with whatever we can. Send us a note! Name(required) Email(required) Comment(required) Submit 2 Comments Erika on August 23, 2015 at 8:07 pm I would like to know what activities do you use to teach vocabulary. Thank you! Reply Angie Wagoner on August 11, 2018 at 12:13 pm Usually we begin with a short list of vocab, then it depends…often times I print them off in small pieces of paper and do an activity where kids sit with a pile of words, draw a word from the pile, and then ask a question/make a sentence/begin a conversation using that word. Once that word is “retired”, they draw another one. At then end, kids share their favorite sentence/questions/definition etc. of one word with the whole group. I also play “piramide” with the kids, where there are 4 words, one kid sits w/ his/her back to the board and one kid gives information about the word w/out saying the word and kids guess. We do role playing using vocab, practice listening or reading w/ vocab, etc. I hope that is what you’re looking for! Reply Leave a Reply to Erika Cancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.