Find us on Facebook
Book Love On Sale Now
Our word collection started when JJ’s teacher read aloud Donavan’s Word Jar to her class. JJ wanted to start a word collection jar at home. Of course, I was happy to oblige! Then, when Rachelle of TinkerLab challenged me to blog about using old magazines, I thought word collections would be the perfect fit. Here’s how we made word jars and met Rachelle’s challenge.
We found jars and labeled them. One of these days, we may get more fancy and decorate the jars but we wanted to get right to our collecting so we left that until later.
We began with old magazines. We looked for interesting words to cut out and keep in the word jars.
We found many wonderful, juicy words in the picture books we read. For example, King Hugo’s Huge Ego gave us about twenty words for our jar! JJ wrote down these words on slips of paper and added them to her collection.
I love to read with sticky notes to jot down favorite words. These words can be looked up in the dictionary and add to your word collection, too.
Use your cut-out words and make your own parts of speech books.
Creative Challenge Blog Hop: Magazines
Other creative bloggers participating in this challenge are:
Child Central Station , kids in the studio, Teach Mama, The Imagination Tree, Childhood101, Teach Preschool, hands on as we grow, Artful Parent, Paint Cut Paste, A Mom With A Lesson Plan, Toddler Approved, Kiwi Crate, Art 4 Little Hands, Red Ted Art, The Chocolate Muffin Tree, Imagination Soup, Michelles Charm World, Messy Preschoolers, Tinker Lab, Mommy Labs, Putti Prapancha, Sun Hats & Wellie Boots