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Friday, June 8, 2012

Hoppin' on Multiple Meaning Words -- Freebie!

I discovered some new clip art today. It's from Hoot and Crow and is dah-ling!

Match up the words and two meanings, then choose two sets of the words and write sentences with them. It's fun vocabulary practice for Common Core in both second and third grade.

Click on the pic above to download the activity.

18 comments:

  1. That frog is adorable! The document isn't linked to your picture at least for me.


    Yearn to Learn Blog

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    1. Thank you for this lovely activity! My kiddos love it! You are so generous to offer it for free. I am so grateful to you.

      nancykclaggett@yahoo.com

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  2. Clicking on the picture does not "lead" to the activity. I'd really like this! Thanks.
    susanlulu@yahoo.com

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  3. Cute activity, but I can't get it to download either!

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    1. Try again. I forgot to upload the file at first!

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  4. It works! Thanks so much. We start the year with frogs so these will fit right in.

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  5. You are wonderful!! I cannot thank you enough for all the fabulous goodies you share:)

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  6. Adorable once again! Thanks so much!!! =)

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  7. Your games and activities just get better and better! Thanks for all you do! Keep up the good work and know that you are appreciated!!

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  8. Our school is slowly easing us into the Commom Core Standards over the next couple of years. I'm so glad I found your blog!! This has helped me to incorporate many of the language arts standards into my lessons for the upcoming school year. I love how you post both second and third grade standards for your lessons. I teach third grade reading and this is a godsend for me!! Thank you.

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  9. I just downloaded all of your multiple-meaning games you posted on here and I'm very excited to get them ready for next year while I have time this summer and then to use them next year. It's so great that they are free too! Thank you for taking the time to make and share them with all of us! That's really great of you!! :)

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  10. You are amazing! Thank you so much! Love getting emails of your posts!
    Mindy
    iintegratetechnology@blogspot.com

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  11. You are so creative!!!!!! I look forward to getting your emails every week. Thank you so much for sharing your talents with those of us that are "creatively challenged."
    Sherry
    sherrymc62@bellsouth.net

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  12. I am a speech language pathologist and love your multiple meaning hand outs! Thanks!!!

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  13. I am downloading all of your multiple meaning activities today! You have saved my lesson planning!

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