However, studying vocabulary has it’s place in education as well. And I think studying vocabulary that is relevant is more likely to be absorbed. So learning some extra spring words might just be useful!
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How to Set Up the Spring Vocabulary Tear Off
These require very little prep, which is always a bonus for me! Just cut the vocabulary on the dots and make little cuts alone the top. They can be torn off without making little cuts, but the little cuts do make it easier.
The booklets should be easy to put together. Simply cut in half, stack them, and staple.
The teachers version is even simpler. Staple first, and then cut.
How to Use the Spring Vocabulary Tear Off
My plan is to simply let them choose a word and work on the pages independently. They can use a dictionary or the internet for help with definitions, synonyms, and antonyms.
I do not think every box needs to be filled out here. Whatever they need to do to help them remember the word is all I require. My goal is simply to teach them new words and not ask them to do more than necessary. Of course, they are welcome to do all if they would like. My kids can be unpredictable with what they want to do.