August 08, 2015

Word Wall Vocabulary Cards - TpT

Hello, hello!

It's back to school time here in Sweden and I've been hard at work on some new classroom supplies for my TpT store.

First of all, I've been updating all of my existing vocabulary cards for your word walls - check out the shiny prettiness:


Each word wall set typically includes at least 30 different words on a thematic topic; using a clear and easy to read font (Arial Black).  Each word is accompanied by a clip art image, typically in full colour or clear b&w line drawing.  Sets are colour coded so that you can quickly and easily tell them apart or know if a word has gotten mixed into the wrong set.  A clean and simple design makes these cards super easy to print, cut and laminate for repeated use.

These word wall cards are intended for lower primary students and they are especially useful for your EAL/ESL/ELA students who are learning English.  Keep them on the wall during thematic units or year round or use them in specific lessons for vocabulary building and writing support.

Updated Product!


My set of FREE word wall leisure activities vocabulary cards have had a slight tweak and freshening up recently.  Renamed to 'hobbies', this set is now exclusively focused on arts, crafts and pasttimes.  EAL/ESL/ELA teachers, special needs teachers, art teachers and classroom teachers will all find this resource useful, especially if you teach any units about artistic expression or hobbies & pasttimes.  This set contains 32 words cards with matching, full-colour clip art for an attractive display.

Updated Product!


My set of sports word wall vocabulary cards now has its own set and has also been freshened up recently.  This set includes 24 word cards with hip, full-colour clip art featuring both boys and girls.  Perfect for EAL/ESL/ELA teachers, special needs teachers, P.E. teachers and classroom teachers.  This resource is especially useful for thematic units focusing on sports and active living.





As usual, if you download and use this resource, I'd love to hear back from you - did the quality measure up to what you would expect?  Did you find them useful in the classroom?  Any tweaks or considerations to suggest?

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