Looking for ways to help your students learn their word lists for each meet? Try one of these WordMasters™ Study Tools:
Fill in the spaces below with your WordMasters words in any order. As a definition is read, cover the appropriate word. Be the first to get 5 in row.
A great way to study your word list. Complete a word map for each word.
Using your list of WordMasters words, check off all the places you find them, such as, TV, radio, books, and conversations.
Illustrate a WordMasters word.
Select a WordMasters word from you list. Draw a card and be prepared to complete the task of drawing it, defining it, acting it out, using it in a sentence and more.
Create your own analogies using your WordMasters word list.
When students find a WordMasters word used by a professional they receive one punch. When the card is full they redeem their card for a prize.
A great way to study your word list. Complete a wanted poster for each word.
Choose an outfit that represents a WordMasters word. Using information about the word, write an announcer's speech to describe your outfit without giving away the word.
Illustrate a picture with a WordMasters word hidden within the drawing.
Fill in the spaces on the grid in any order. As a team, or individually, seek to connect adjacent pairs of words or compose analogies. When finished, all together vote if the connections are valid.
Visit the WordMasters Challenge ™ Blog for additional inspiration and lesson ideas submitted by Team Leaders.