Tier Two Vocabulary Activities for Fourth and Fifth Grade

15 Sep

Tier Two Vocabulary for 4th and 5th GradersLast week I posted about my Tier Two Vocabulary Activity Pack for Second and Third Graders and have been working furiously this week to finish up my Tier Two Vocabulary Curriculum and Activities pack for Fourth and Fifth Graders.

Therapy starts tomorrow and I wanted to have this pack ready to go with my large group of fourth and fifth graders with vocabulary and semantic goals. This pack has similar activities to those in the Second and Third Grade pack with a few additional activities to target figurative language and antonyms since those are goals that Fourth and Fifth graders often have. Figurative language is also part of the Common Core Standards for Fourth and Fifth grade.

Like the Second and Third Grade pack, this pack targets 60 tier two words (30 at each grade level) with worksheets, game cards, “Apples to Apples” style game cards, graphic organizers, and word wall visuals.

Worksheets and Cards Preview

I can’t wait to get started with all these vocabulary activities with my kids. I have never had an organized system for teaching vocabulary while working on other goals as well. I feel much better this year having a plan and ready to go activities to really get my kid’s vocabulary skills going!

You can find the pack here over on Teachers Pay Teachers.

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  1. What is Tier Two and Academic Vocabulary? | The Communication Window - November 17, 2013

    […] If you are interested in a pre-made Tier Two Vocabulary Curriculum Packet check out either my Tier Two Vocabulary Activity Pack for Second and Third Grade or my Tier Two Vocabulary Activity Pack for Fourth and Fifth Grade. […]

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