Students in grades K-2 make the vocabulary parade costumes at home with parental guidance. The older students take in supplies and create their costumes at school. I must admit it's a challenge to guide the children without taking over at home.
My first grade son chose the ever-popular word "camouflage" for his robust vocab word. His poster may be hard to read, but that's the point!
Load- (kindergarten) A full load of ___ placed in a shoe box. We crumpled paper to make "rocks."
Babysit- (kindergarten) Have child "sit" on a doll baby.
Soak- (1st grade) Secure a sponge to a hat. Create "water drops" from paper and hang around the hat.
Anonymous- (2nd grade) Use a book with a specially designed cover with a big question mark for the author's name or cover the child's face with a mask.
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