Word Wall Journal

Here's a way for kids to keep track of new vocabulary words and practice them at the same time. Each journal has a place to write the new word, describe it, draw it, and use it. You can make a word wall with a piece of posterboard or large paper. As you are reading a book or doing an exercise, choose words to add to the posterboard (aka your word wall) and make an effort to use them as much as you can. This helps kids grow their vocabulary in the context of something they are studying, like a novel or a history or science lesson. A pocket chart or a white board are other ways of creating a word wall at home.

The K-3rd grade workbook (Book A) has a horizontal format with dotted and solid lines to encourage good handwriting. Each page has space for 2 vocabulary words and there are 64 pages. The last page has lines for notes which you could use to list the words in the book.

The 4-12th grade journal (Nook B) is a vertical workbook with space for 2 words per page. There are 78 word pages plus an index at the back to list the words for easy reference. Both are consumable and non-reproducible, pb ~ Sara

The K-3rd grade workbook (book A) has a horizontal format with dotted and solid lines to encourage good handwriting. Each page has space for 2 vocabulary words and there are 64 pages. The last page has lines for notes which you could use to list the words in the book.

The 4-12th grade journal (book B) is a vertical workbook with space for 2 words per page. There are 78 word pages plus an index at the back to list the words for easy reference. Both are consumable and non-reproducible, pb ~ Sara




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