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Vocabulary

A reading vocabulary refers to words a reader knows that help with comprehension. A strong vocabulary helps with reading and verbal communication. Learn how to build oral and reading vocabulary skills

Homophones, Homographs, and Homonyms star
Children and new English learners quickly discover there are words that sound the same, but are spelled differently and have different meanings. There are also words that are spelled the same, but have completely different meanings. Here are tips for teaching homophones and homographs.

Onomatopoeia Reading Activities star
Onomatopoeia examples and lesson ideas.

Oxymorons - Figure of Speech star
Examples and lesson ideas for teaching how oxymorons work in literature and speech.

Personification in Picture Books star
Teach students how to identify personification using picture books. Here is a list of picture books to use during lessons about personification as a figure of speech.

Prefixes and Suffixes for Reading star
Prefixes and suffixes are added to base words to form new words. Use these lists of common prefixes and suffixes to teach students how they work in words and sentences.

Reading with Metaphors and Similes star
Introduce students to metaphors and similes using these examples and lesson ideas.

Science Literature and Vocabulary Activity star
Children’s books about science can support science learning in classrooms. Expand science knowledge and vocabulary doing an semantic feature analysis based on the reading theme.

Teach Alliteration With Picture Books star
Use this list of children's picture books to help create alliteration lessons and teaching activities.

Teaching About Hyperbole star
Hyperbole is fun, and sometimes ridiculous, figure of speech often used to create humor in books and poetry. Find examples of hyperbole and suggestions for teaching activities.

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