Young readers can be intimidated by compound words because they tend to have a lot of letters. But as soon as your students realize that these big words are made up of two, smaller, familiar words and that they can learn all about them with fun activities, lessons can be both enjoyable and motivating.
How Can You Make Compound Words Fun and Memorable?
Many students find it tedious and boring to read long lists of compound words. However, you will find that they will practice reading even more words when lessons are sprinkled with fun, brain-teasing activities, and puzzles. In fact, many will beg for more.
Why are Word Puzzles Beneficial?
There are a few reasons why I love to integrate word puzzles into my lessons. Word puzzles
- activate children’s brains and they get them thinking.
- bring the fun factor into lessons.
- trigger verbal reasoning skills.
- grab the attention of passive learners.
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