Vocabulary List 3/2/2015

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Each week we’re going to start working on vocabulary and spelling lists. The lists will be short – 5 to 10 words maximum.

Day 1: Introduce the list of words. We did this by writing them on a lined dry erase board.

Day 2: We talked about the definition of each word.

Day 3: We wrote sentences using the words. We used lined handwriting paper. You could also have your student type sentences if you prefer to practice keyboarding skills.

Day 4: Vocabulary quiz time! Give your student the definition, and have him or her either write or say the word. If you’re doing an oral quiz, you could give the word and have your student reply with the definition.

Day 5: Spelling quiz time! You could either give the word or definition and have your student spell the word.

This week’s list is based on money:

  1. bank
  2. money
  3. coin
  4. penny
  5. nickel
  6. dime
  7. quarter
  8. dollar

A bank is a place where you can save your money. There are lots of kinds of coins. A penny is worth 1 cent. A nickel is worth 5 cents. A dime is worth 10 cents. A quarter is worth 25 cents. A dollar is 100 cents.

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