We are reviewing multiple-meaning words this week, so I'm starting off with this activity with my whole group. Hand all the cards out and ask students to match up in threes according to the word and two definitions. Give each set of students paper and ask them to write two sentences, one with each definition. They should also illustrate the sentences. The activity can also be used in a learning station. Click on the pic to download....and please leave a comment.

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Thanks, Mary! I always like using your things, and the kids do, too! Thanks for your generous sharing!

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Thank you for sharing this. I just finished multiple meanings with my students so this will be a great review. :)

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Thanks for the fun activity.

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Thank you s much. This is perfect for a center and I know my students will benefit from it.

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I am going to use this for my middle school life skills students! Thank you!

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ReplyDeleteFinishing off the year with your multiple meaning units...thanks for so much good stuff!

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