More Multiple Meanings
(visual/oral/auditory/kinesthetic)

Have students choose a spelling word, other than order, that has more than one meaning, such as until, forget, market, or basket. Have students use their dictionaries, write a sentence for each of the meanings, and illustrate whatever they can. They can work in pairs, exchange papers, and decide if the meanings were used correctly.
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