Picture It!

Posted by on Feb 5, 2013 in vocabulary development | 4 comments

“Of all of our inventions for mass communication, pictures still speak the most universally understood language.”
― Walt Disney Company

I am planning a new set of products that I call “Picture It!” Pictures are so important for vocabulary development. I am planning to make posters for multiple meaning words and also for homophones. Check out my sample and let me know if  you think this idea would be helpful.

Picture It! Sample


  1. Yes, I think it would be helpful,, and it aligns with common core, understands multiple meanings of a word. Funny story. I teach first. I do fluency and comprehension assessments, and one of our stories talks about a boy who invites another boy over to play. He says we can play with my cats. We can play with my new bat.

    After reading one of the comprehension questions is why do you think th got a new bat. One little boy looked at me strangely and said I don’t know. Maybe he wanted a pet. Maybe his old bat died or flew away.

  2. That is hilarious! Thanks for the positive feedback.

  3. I love these. They would be a lot of work.

  4. Thanks! I think I will enjoy making them.

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