Teaching New Words




New words recognition is an early skill that helps your children identify new words, associate words and pictures and consolidate word structure. 
Varying the type of vocabulary resources used will engage your kids and enable them to use the new words when they speak or write. 
Repetition is the key...but using different techniques and resources. 
The combination of these resources to introduce, review or practice new words will hopefully get your kids excited about learning new words.


  • Realia
  • Flashcards
  • Word Wall Cards
  • Board Games
  • Vocabulary Mats
  • Wearables: printable watches, headbands, ties, necklaces.
  • Vocabulary Worksheets

Why using these resources?
*They are a great tool to review and consolidate new words.
*They also build rich vocabulary and provide individual or partner practice.
*They  help your kids to improve visual memory, association, and comprehension.
Reading readiness and phonemic awareness (the ability to distinguish sounds in words) can be improved with the use of these resources.
*They are time savers! They are ready to be printed, laminated and given to kids to support and encourage the use of new vocabulary. 
*They provide a visual map to help children remember connections between words and the characteristics that will help them form categories.



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