Vocabulary Quiz – Why not start out with a pre-quiz for your students.
Which Word is Correct – Students have a real problem with the words "prowess" and "homage".
Understanding Vocabulary Words – Come up with some synonyms and classify them.
Expanding Your Vocabulary – On top of it all, they ask you for the moral of the story. It is proposed as a bonus.
Mastering Vocabulary – I tried to find words that relate in a very small way.
Vocabulary Practice – What are some of its characteristics of the words that you are presented with?
Know Your Vocabulary – Provide a antonym and a synonym for each word.
Word Meanings – For each word, write the letter of its correct definition.
Expanding Your Vocabulary – Identify whether or not the word is a noun or a verb. Write three synonyms for each word.
Word Scramble – Unscramble the words and write the meaning on the line below each word.
Vocabulary Match-up – This matching worksheet can be trickier because some words are related.
Lock Down New Vocabulary Words – Students really have a hard time finding an antonym for "simultaneously".
Synonym Search – Match each word to its synonym.
Vocabulary: A Words – These are the most common "A" words for this level.
Encountering Unfamiliar Words – For about two of these words, I have yet to see a group not need a reference tool.