So you have taught most of the words on the core vocabulary board and your kiddos are using the core vocabulary well, but not great. Now what?! Practice the vocab words with work boxes!
For this particular work box you put like and not on two containers and have the students practice sorting the foods they like and do not.
This work box focuses on the key words put in. You can use small erasers or pom-poms and have students count the number and then place in the tray. You can work on fine motor by using tongs to move the pom-poms.
For this work box, the focus words are go and stop. Students drive the car on the green arrow to stop!
The focus words are I see. For this task they are matching color bears. I also have a version for letters.
The key words are a lot or some. Students sort the baggies of fish by a lot or some.
Last, but not least the key words here are open, close, put in, and again. Students will pick up a picture or small item, open the box, put in the item, close the box, and do it again with a new item.
I cannot wait to start these this week at table time and then move them into the work boxes for my kiddos. It will be great reinforcement for words we have been working on throughout the year. Also, for some of my students still struggling with the board this will be an activity that is more isolated on a couple of words instead of the whole board.
I have more ideas coming soon too!
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