Thursday, February 2, 2012

Friday Freebie for Remembering a Sweet Bloggy Friend =)

Here is a Friday Freebie ...but the most important part is that it is in honor of a great teacher and blogger,  Pamela Woods of Vintage Teacher.  She will be missed!

I like using this vocabulary page (it's a new version of an old vocabulary page we used to use). It is easy to beneficial to use for words that have clear definition of what they are and are not...great for words that kids get mixed up on easily, like last week, we had "unthinkable"- it worked great for that!  On it, you have the kids list the vocabulary word and then draw a picture in each box of what it is and what it is not....and then use the word in a sentence.  Hope you can use it!! (click on the picture or here to snag it!)


  1. I've been so sad about Pam ever since I found out. I'm so glad that we've found at least a small way to honor her.

    Congrats on your big milestone - so glad to share the day with you :)

    Sunny Days In Second Grade

  2. I never thought of having them draw what it is not...I like it! I am such a newbie blogger that I never really got the chance to "get to know" Pam...this is a great way to honor her.
    If you haven't done so already, come on over and visit me!
    The Picture Book Teacher's Edition

  3. I love this vocabulary sheet! We do vocabulary for morning week twice a week so I am definitely going to start using this. Thanks!

    Apples and Papers

  4. I'm going to use this for sure! Thanks!!

  5. You've been tagged!! Head over to my blog to check it out.
    Thinking of Teaching

  6. Thanks, Jennifer! Congrats on TpT! I love reading your comments on my blog - every post! WOW! You are good!

    Ѽ Alessia
    Mrs. Albanese’s Kindergarten Class

  7. I use this in my classroom and the kids love it! It totally helps them better understand a vocabulary word. Thanks for sharing!! I hope you have a good weekend!

  8. I really like this! So simple. :D Fabulous idea.
    Dragonflies in First

  9. I LOVE this too of course! You are so creative! Can I come be your teaching buddy???

    Heather's Heart