Word Wall

What is a Word Wall? A Word Wall is a collection of words posted on an interactive wall that can be used to teach vocabulary and concepts. The Wee Speech Word Wall is updated monthly and has printable books, activities and coloring pages related to the vocabulary. Check out our Wall in the clinic waiting room. Have fun with words!

This Months Words

Citizen: A native member of a state or nation who owes allegiance (honor) to his or her government and is entitled to its protection.

I am a citizen of the United States of America.

Debate: A discussion, as of a public question in an assembly, involving opposing viewpoints.

The high school student council had a debate on what theme the homecoming dance
should be.

Humble: Not proud or arrogant, modest.

He was very humble about getting an A on his test. 

Influence: The capacity or power of persons or things to be a compelling force on or produce effects on the actions, behavior, opinions etc. of others.

He used family influence to get the contract. 

Honorable: Of high rank, dignity or distinction.

He is considered an upright and honorable gentleman.

Courageous: Possessing or characterized by courage, brave.

Americans are people who are sometimes courageous and willing to take on new challenges.

Declaration: A document embodies or displays an announcement or proclamation.

The Declaration of Independence can be seen in the Washington D.C. Smithsonian Institute.

Amendment: An alteration of or addition to a motion, bill, the constitution or any other
document.

 The first amendment to the constitution talks about all the freedoms we have.

Mt. Rushmore: A mountain peak in Black Hills, South Dakota that is a memorial to presidents George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Abe Lincoln and Theodore Roosevelt.

Did you know that Mt. Rushmore is 5,725 feet tall? 

Discrimination: Treatment or consideration of, or making an analysis in favor of or against a person or thing based on the group, class or category to which that person or thing belongs
rather than individual honor.

Franklin Roosevelt experienced discrimination because he had a disability.

 

This Months Printable Activities

Coloring pages: February Coloring

Word Search: February Search

Literacy Activities:February

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

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