Twenty-Two Vocabulary Worksheet Activities
Create 22 different vocabulary worksheet activities with Vocabulary Worksheet Factory. Please see the descriptions and sample screenshots of each worksheet activity below:
Construct an alphabetical order worksheet in which students must sort a word list into alphabetical order. Select between descending or ascending order.
Create challenging crossword puzzles with across and down clues from any word list. Add hints and word bank as additional solution aids.
Generate fun word search activities. Select the directional layout of the words, whether to use just a word bank or add clues, and provide coordinates for easy marking.
Create decoding worksheets that require students to use a decoder to decode the encrypted words. Select from four decoder formats: numerical, alphabetical, letter before, and letter after.
Generate cloze exercises from any block of text. Hide every 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, or 10th word. Add a word bank for extra assistance if desired.
Construct a matching worksheet in which students must match words from the word list to clues or definitions.
Produce worksheet activities that require students to fill in the missing letters in words. Choose between a random number of missing letters, a set number of missing letters, missing consonants, or missing vowels.
Create an exercise in punctuation where students must supply the missing punctuation in a block of text. Select which punctuation to remove from the text.
Generate a word jumbles worksheet in which the letters of each word are scrambled. Choose from randomly scrambled, split words, and backwards.
Create a word links worksheet where the beginning of each word must be linked up to the end of each word.
Provide practice in identifying the letters shapes in words.
A worksheet layout that allows for the development of customized activities. Places each word on a separate line that can be used for any number of additional exercises.
Similar to the Crossword activity, students complete the maze by filling in the framework with words based on number of letters and intersections.
Similar to the Crossword activity, students complete a spiral maze with words derived from clues.
Combine math and vocabulary practice with this activity in which students match words with clues to complete a magic square. Self-correcting in that the magic square columns, rows, and diagonals, will add to the same number with the correct solution.
A multiple choice activity where the correct word must be selected from a set of four to match the given clue.
Students reconstruct sentences from scrambled sentences.
Students fill in the missing word(s) in sentences from a word list
Similar to the Missing Letters activity except that multiple variations of each word are given with a different missing letter in each variation. Great for beginning readers.
Students complete the letter patterns, e.g. BCEFH_
Students must supply missing letters and then find words hidden in groups of letters.
Entire blocks of text are encrypted and a decoder provided. The decoder can be made as easy or as difficult as desired.