Daily Skill Building: Vocabulary – Grade 7 Second Edition

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With busy homeschooling moms in mind, this curriculum was created as an “open and go” resource (without the need for a teacher’s guide). Your students will learn 144 vocabulary words over the course of the school year along with their synonyms and antonyms, as well as how to use a dictionary and thesaurus. It’s truly a curriculum your children can do independently and even includes vocabulary cards and a glossary.

Daily Skill Building: Vocabulary is available for grades 1-7.

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202 pages, 75 vocabulary cards pages

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Daily Skill Building: Vocabulary - Grade 7 Second Edition

Are you looking for an independent open-and-go curriculum that will enhance your student’s vocabulary? Daily Skill Building: Vocabulary is a complete, 36-week vocabulary curriculum for grades 1-7. This simple, straight-forward approach to vocabulary building is easy to use and encourages independent study. The format is designed to be flexible — meaning  you can assign more than one word a day if you wish to complete it sooner.

Volume 7 is for 7th grade.

Each week presents four new words (one per day) with a weekly review on day five. Your student will be asked to define the new word using a dictionary, use it in a sentence, and list synonyms and antonyms. Every 4th week includes an additional review using the most recent 16 words studied plus a short writing assignment (for grades 1-3 this is 2 sentences and an area to draw an illustration. Grades 4-7 require more writing). You can see the sample of the unit review for this level by clicking the button above.

For your convenience, we include a glossary of words by week and order studied. Students may use either the glossary for their daily assignments or a dictionary. We recommend the Webster’s For Students Dictionary/Thesaurus set as well as thesaurus.com and dictionary.com.

Vocabulary Cards

There are two formats for the Vocabulary Cards that accompany each Volume of Daily Skill Building: Vocabulary. The first format includes the word, along with the week and day for easy reference, as well as the definition. The second card has the word, along with the week and day and blank lines for the student to write the definition. The Vocabulary Cards can be laminated for durability and used for retention and review.

Daily Skill Building: Vocabulary is available in 7 volumes:

Companion Resource – Daily Skill Building: Spelling for grades 3-7

Are you looking for an easy way to teach spelling? Daily Skill Building: Spelling  is a companion to Daily Skill Building: Vocabulary.

This resource weaves in a review of vocabulary terms for a complete, well-rounded word-usage curriculum. Your student will learn how to spell the vocabulary words AND their corresponding antonyms and synonyms.

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4 reviews for Daily Skill Building: Vocabulary – Grade 7 Second Edition

  1. P. Martinez

    I had been looking for something like this for a long time, and am so glad I finally found it via Homeschool Giveaways’ website! Thank you for creating such amazing curriculum. It’s simple yet thorough, direct, easy for kids to work on independently, and best of all, doesn’t overwhelm my kids. We love it!

  2. Amber Rutherford

    Love, Love, Love this. This is a great way to get your kids to expand their vocabulary, it only takes a few minutes to complete and the kids love to use their new vocabulary words in stories and in general conversation. I am hoping that there will be more levels available at some point so we can continue with this program in grade 8 and 9 and so on.

  3. Yvie

    With only five to ten minutes each day, your seventh grader will build a vocabulary that will serve him well in SAT / ACT / general daily conversation settings! The workbook has a short page covering one word per day – featuring definition, sentence use, synonym, and antonym. The accompanying cards are easily laminated and perfect for pulling out to review periodically. We used the pre-made ones, but there are some where the student writes the definition as well.

  4. DaLynn

    I’ve always wondered why spelling curricula didn’t do more vocabulary work!! I have a 15yo student who is dyslexic and who has requested work specifically on vocabulary. This looks great! He could go through it very quickly, and at his own pace, or as is. Probably all 7 levels would be appropriate.

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