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In this vocabulary building worksheet, students match 10 definitions with words. In addition, students each of the ten words into sentences to practice the correct usage of each word.
In this vocabulary building worksheet, students matches the word with a definition, and uses definition clues to select the correct word.
In this vocabulary building - short vowel sounds worksheet, learners match words and definition, solve definition clues and complete fill in the blank sentences for 24 short vowel words.
In this vocabulary activity, students fill in the blanks for the correct word and answer definition questions about each word. Students complete 4 pages with 18 questions and 6 vocabulary words each.
Learners select vocabulary words from their reading each week then complete a card for each word which includes definition, source and a sample sentence. They share their cards with the class and complete vocabulary building cards worksheet in class.
In these vocabulary building worksheets, students learn the vocabulary words by completing the four pages of activities that include definition clues, word scrambles, sentence writing, and timed readings.
In these vocabulary building worksheets, students complete several activities to help them learn how to spell and use the words mail, gain, contains, fair, daily, airline, and maintain.
In this vocabulary practice learning exercise, students study six vocabulary words and complete 18 fill in the blanks. Each blank gives a clue describing one of the vocabulary words. Students must write the correct word on the line. 
In this vocabulary worksheet, students match words to definitions, solve riddles and complete fill in the blank sentences. Students do the same activities for 4 sets of 20 words.
For this vocabulary worksheet, students match definitions to words, solve riddles using given words and complete fill in the blank sentences. Students complete the same activities for 4 sets of 20 words.
In this vocabulary worksheet, students fill in the blanks for sentences and answer definition questions about vocabulary words. Students complete 4 pages, with 6 words each and 18 questions per page.
In this vocabulary worksheet, students answer definition and fill in the blank questions about various vocabulary words. Students complete this for 4 pages with 6 words each and 18 questions each.
In this vocabulary instructional activity, students choose the correct vocabulary word to complete sentences and match definitions. Students have 24 words with 18 activities each.
In these vocabulary building worksheets, students complete several activities to help them learn vocabulary words. Students use definition clues, word scramble, sentence writing, and timed reading activities to learn the vocabulary words.
In these vocabulary building worksheets, students learn how to identify and use the given vocabulary words using the definition clues. Students unscramble letters, write the words in sentences, and complete a timed reading of the words.
In these vocabulary building worksheets, students complete several vocabulary activities that help them learn to identify, spell, and use the vocabulary words. Students use definition clues, word scrambles, sentence writing, and a timed reading to help them with the words.
Students complete vocabulary building exercises before reading an online article. They complete worksheets and an online quiz. They focus on relaltive clauses on the final worksheet. They write a letter about second hand smoke in a public place.
Students participate in vocabulary building activities to read an online article about Canada. They complete worksheets and an online quiz. They work in groups to to develop policies for holding a class election.
In these four building vocabulary worksheets, students view vocabulary word lists, use definition clues, unscramble letters, and write sentences using each vocabulary word. Students write twenty-one answers per worksheet.
A fabulous language arts lesson has readers focus on the vocabulary in the key words, expand and build new vocabulary, and practice three grammar concepts. They recognize key words as they relate to communicating at work. Pupils build additional vocabulary and practice grammar concepts in a contextualized environment.

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