These free homonym puzzles are a fun way to introduce the idea of words that are spelled the same and sound the same, but have multiple meanings. On the front sides are the word and 2 pictures representing different definitions of the word. On the back, two definitions are written for kids with more advanced reading skills. Pop over to Liz's Early Learning Spot to download these puzzles, they're in both color and black and white. Till next time, ... Read More about Free Homonym Puzzles (that is, one word – multiple meanings)
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Match the owl's egg to the correct nest and write the homonym in the blank. Your students will have fun with multiple meaning vocabulary words with this cute autumn activity. FREE Multiple Meanings Activity Get a free poster too. I love autumn, don't you? ... Read More about Whooo Doesn’t Love Fall Freebies? Interactive Multiple Meanings Activity for Homophones.
Learning to use higher order language and think in an abstract manner can be hard for many concrete learners. It involves the development of mental flexibility, critical thinking and visualization. The trick is to break the process down into manageable lessons and to motivate students with fun and creative activities. Here are some free pages that your students will be sure to enjoy. They can be downloaded by clicking HERE or on the image ... Read More about Free Sample Activities for Abstract Thinking and Multiple Meanings
Abstract thinking and multiple meanings are two higher order language skills that middle school students need to master. Those students that are concrete learners, often need extra help to understand and practice these skills. Come on over to my blog where you can get some free activities to try with your class. Click here to learn more. Cheers, Dr. Erica Warren ... Read More about Free Abstracting Thinking and Multiple Meaning Sample Handouts
Teaching students how to use higher language skills and abstract thinking can be challenging. It involves mental flexibility, critical thinking and visualization. The trick is to teach the process in manageable lessons and to motivate students with fun activities. Come download some free pages that your students will surely love. You can find them on my blog HERE . Cheers, Dr. Erica Warren ... Read More about Abstracting Thinking and Multiple Meaning Freebie Activities