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Compound Word Craft

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As a teacher or homeschooler, you are always looking for ways to engage your students in learning. What if you could find a free craft activity that also links to learning? The good news is that you can! The Compound Word Craft is a fun and educational craft activity that will help your lower elementary school students learn about compound words while having fun.

To complete the Compound Word Craft activity, students first make a rainbow out of the colour half circles by gluing them one on top of the other. Then, students glue on a cloud at each end of the rainbow. Next, they stick a given compound word at the top of the rainbow, and on each cloud, they write one of the smaller words that make up the compound word and draw a picture to represent the small word. The rainbow can then be displayed in the classroom.

 

The activity is perfect for lower elementary school students who are learning about compound words in a grammar lesson. With 24 different given compound words to choose from, each student in the class can create a different compound word rainbow. This activity can also be customized to suit the needs of your students by providing them with compound words that are relevant to their interests or subject matter.

 

Not only is this activity free to download, but it also requires minimal materials and can be completed in a short amount of time. The Compound Word Craft activity encourages creativity and critical thinking as students identify the smaller words that make up a compound word and draw pictures to represent those words.

 

Compound Word Craft is an excellent way to engage your lower elementary school students in learning about compound words. It is free, easy to set up, and requires minimal materials. By completing this craft activity, your students will have fun while learning, and their finished work can be displayed in the classroom for all to see. Click on the link below to download the free Compound Word Craft activity and start engaging your students in learning today!

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