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08/30/2016
Vocabulary lessons don't have to be boring lessons of just memorizing something from the book. There are many ways you can turn a simple vocabulary class into a fun adventure. The Tutoring Center, Whittier CA has some vocabulary game suggestions for you to try out.

Vocabulary Egg Hunt

Write down a word and its definition on different pieces of paper and put them inside plastic eggs. It would be a good idea to use same colored eggs for each pair.  Hide them all over the place and have your children look for them. Whoever gets the most pairs correct wins a small treat.

Vocabulary Charades

You need to write down a word and the definition on a flashcard. Your children have to act out, draw, or make a sentence that explains the definition for someone else to guess. They have a minute to guess as many as they can, then it’s the next child’s turn.

Magazine Cut-Outs

Have your children find a picture on a magazine that can describe the definition of the vocabulary words you are working with and glue it on a white piece of paper. It would be fun if they could try to build a story or a comic strip using those pictures.

Bean Bag Toss

Make a board on the floor using index cards. On each index card you should write a vocabulary word and turn it upside down. The children have to throw a bean bag and try to land it on an index card. Then, they read the word and they say the definition or use it in a sentence. Each time they say the definition correctly, they get to keep the card. The winner is the one with the most cards.

If Your Child Requires Tutoring in Whittier CA

Games are a great way to practice what they have learned, but if your children need further reinforcement in school subjects, they should have tutoring in Whittier CA. The Tutoring Center, Whittier CA offers many different programs, give them a call at: (626) 715 1288 for a free diagnostic assessment!

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