ELA Vocabulary Overload........

Just a quick post to let you all know why I've neglected this little blog for the past few weeks. First, end of the school year craziness - self explanatory.  Second, ELA Vocabulary Overload. 

Let me explain.  I've officially been on summer break for one week - and believe me I have enjoyed the: sleeping in, extra gym time, breakfasts on the deck, actually having time to turn on the TV (I watched Rachel Ray and The View for the first time since last summer), playing with my kids, watching movies with the hubs - I could go on and on. But, what I've spent most of my first week off doing is creating grade level ELA Common Core Vocabulary Word Wall Sets.  I admit, I now have every academic vocabulary word found in the ELA Common Core Standards, grades 3 through 6, memorized.  I'm not sure if that's a good or bad thing.  It won't exactly make for exciting dinner conversation this summer......  LOL

But anyway, throughout the year I had so many requests to separate my ELA Common Core Vocabulary Word Wall BUNDLES into specific grade level sets. So, I'm happy to finally check item number one off my summer to do list.  And, the vocabulary overload is worth it because I'm super excited to show you a quick preview of what I've been working on.......da da da dum..........

 

 

 

Aren't these sneak peeks absolutely adorable? I'm in love with the backgrounds and clip art.  Truly talented people on TPT, I tell ya!

I've broken the sets down into a 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade and 6th grade product. I'm also offering each Common Core ELA Vocabulary Word Wall set in five themes - 

  • animal print (you know this one's my fav)
  • black & white (easy on the color printer ink)
  • polka dots
  • rainbow colors
  • chevron
I love each and every set and can't wait to see what they look like hanging in classrooms. If you purchase a set in the future, send me pics so I can show them off on the blog!!!!!

Now you know, that's where I've been -  up to my eyes in ELA Common Core vocabulary, and loving every minute of it.  If you're interested in checking out what I have posted to TPT so far click HERE.

I hope you are enjoying summer break as much as I am, and I'm sure you're staying just as busy.  We all know #teachersworkinsummer - most of the time :).

1 comment

  1. I am in love with the font you used for the heading on each card!! Is it a font, or is it clip art? Where did you get it?!

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