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(15 customer reviews)

Dictionary Task Cards with Digital Google Slides

This set of “Dictionary Dig” cards challenges students to find words in a hardcopy dictionary based on given clues. It can be used individually or in groups, with numbered cards for tracking progress. Bonus cards provide additional challenges using recorded answers.

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32 cards + Google Slides
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Description

Each of these 32 “Dictionary Dig” cards (or Google Slides) requires students to find a word in the dictionary that fits the given clue (Please note that you will need a hardcopy dictionary as this activity will not work with an online dictionary). The clues are open-ended, so there will be several possible answers for each one. In fact, one way to offer an extra challenge is to require students to find two different words for each card.

You can use the digital version individually or as a whole group!

Here’s a fun idea: Project one of the cards so that your students can see it. At their desks, have students race to find a word that matches the description. Students can earn a point if no other students chose their same word. You could even complete this activity with small groups.

Each card is numbered so students can easily track which cards they have completed. They can record their answers, along with the page number where they found them, on the included answer sheet.

There are also six Bonus Cards that require students to use the words they wrote on their answer sheets to complete. One option would be to have students to pick one or more of the bonus cards to complete on notebook paper.

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Contents of this set include:

• Directions and Suggestions

• 30 Task Cards

• Google Slides digital version

• Challenge Card

• Student Answer Sheets

• Answer Key

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Terms of Use

This resource was created by Rachel Lynette for Minds in Bloom INC., all rights reserved. It may be used by the original purchaser for single class use only. Teachers may distribute this product in email, through google classroom or over the Internet to their students (and parents) as long as the site is password protected. In other words, you may distribute it to your own students but may not put it on the Internet where it could be publicly found and downloaded. If you want to share this resource with colleagues, please purchase additional licenses. Thank you for respecting these terms of use. 🙂

This product is happily brought to you by Rachel Lynette and Cassi Noack of Minds in Bloom

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15 reviews for Dictionary Task Cards with Digital Google Slides

  1. Erin C.

    This is a fun way to practice finding words in the dictionary. I use this for early finishers and enrichment work, and my students love these activities! I highly recommend.

  2. Erin C.

    This is a fun way to practice finding words in the dictionary. I use this for early finishers and enrichment work, and my students love these activities! I highly recommend.

  3. Erin C.

    This is a fun way to practice finding words in the dictionary. I use this for early finishers and enrichment work, and my students love these activities! I highly recommend.

  4. Yohanna A.

    My students really enjoyed this activity. They were excited to practice using the dictionary.

  5. Karen L.

    My students are working on the tasks during our AIS time. I see them sharing words they find. Some students list more than one word they found. They are building their vocabularies while having some fun. I am so excited to check in and see the words they are finding – learned a few new ones myself!

  6. Karen L.

    My students are working on the tasks during our AIS time. I see them sharing words they find. Some students list more than one word they found. They are building their vocabularies while having some fun. I am so excited to check in and see the words they are finding – learned a few new ones myself!

  7. Jennifer S.

    Ran out of time to use this last month in the library, but plan on making a library center out of it in the new year.

  8. Leah F.

    Helpful resource as many students don’t enjoy dictionaries and don’t know how to use them. These task cards are great!

  9. RHIANNON E.

    I use These with my Dyslexic students when we focus on dictionary skills! They have so much fun playing in rotations with partners or groups and racing against each other. I have Found numerous ways to use them! I love All of the task cards!!! Great resource!

  10. Amy Yeary

    I use this every year to get my students acquainted with the dictionary. Even with the “power of Google,” students still need to use a traditional dictionary on tests. This is a fun, easy way to get them using it.

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