A Weekly Word of Advice Set Giveaway!

6/30/2014 / 6 comments

My new set is finished and I would love to give one away to one of my readers!

I am really excited about this product. I used it this year with my 5th graders and they really loved it!

A Weekly Word of Advice is a yearlong activity that includes 40 vocabulary words: 
20 social words and 20 academic words. 

All of these words are displayed on individual posters featuring their definitions and correlating clipart.

These words are an excellent way to boost vocabulary while giving your students the vocabulary and skills they need to become successful students and citizens.

This is a fast daily activity; simply introduce the new word on Monday morning during your meeting time. Post the word in your room and review the meaning each day. Ask students to be on the lookout for students and people who are displaying these skills!

On Friday, use the response sheet as a fast exit slip to assess how well your students understood the meaning of each word.

This set is organized to allow you to choose either a social or academic word for each week. This allows you to find words that suit your classes individual needs, at different points in the year. A checklist is included to help you keep track of all the words you have used.

If you would like to win a free copy of this set, just leave me a comment below stating how you will use it in your classroom! You can enter between now and Thursday and I will use the random number generator to choose a winner!

I hope you are all having a wonderful summer!


  1. We do character education each week, so this would fit in perfectly!!

  2. We use your Word of the Day set all year, so this would be a wonderful addition! In the cart as I type :) What a great idea!!

    3rd Grade Thoughts

  3. I am moving from a 2nd/3rd grade split class to a 5th grade class and I would love to go in so prepared! I really love following your blog! Thanks!

  4. I would love to use these for character education and building vocabulary.


  5. This would be perfect for character education and our bucket filler program.

  6. This is an awesome idea! It would be perfect for my 5th grade homeroom class. I put it on my wish list, just in case I don't win!

    Sara :)
    The Colorful Apple


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