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Word of the Week Flip Book - Year 1

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$6.99 or Free on Plus | 43 pages (PDF, PowerPoint)|Grades: F - 1

A 43 page flip book for introducing new vocabulary to year 1 students.

In your classroom, use this flip book style teaching presentation to display new vocabulary to your students for each week of the learning year.

Turn this resource into a flip book by:

  • Printing out the pages
  • Use a hole punch to create holes in the three marked places at the top of the page
  • Use metal book rings to bind them
  • Display the flip book by hanging it with string or sitting it on a stand.

In this teaching resource, each page contains:

  • a new word
  • the definition of the word
  • an example sentence, showing the word being used in context
  • an illustration to reference to.

Recommended to be used with the PowerPoint presentation version for whole class lessons.

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  Australian Curriculum alignment

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  • ACELA1454

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I really like this product but it bothers me that all the words start with a capital letter this does not help with students understanding proper nouns from other words.

Stacey14 Leech · Feb 20th, 2019

Hi Stacey, thank you for getting in touch with us and sharing your feedback. We will keep this in mind for future vocabulary resources that we make. Due to the word being a title for the slide, we have gone with capitalisation style for this resource. However, since this resource has an editable PowerPoint version, you can edit and save it as a PDF to suit your classroom. I will attach the link to the PowerPoint version below. https://www.teachstarter.com/au/teaching-resource/word-of-the-week-powerpoint-year-1/ https://admin.teachstarter.com/wp-admin/edit-comments.php#comments-form

Royce (Teach Starter) · Feb 20th, 2019

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