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1 Core Vocabulary Classroom Word List Page 1 all done-finished adjective Top 20 all gone-gone adjective Top 20 bad adjective Top 20 different adjective Top 20 good adjective Top 20 more adjective Top 20 what interrogative Top 20 not-don't negation Top 20 that noun-determiner Top 20 this noun-determiner Top 20 I-(name) pronoun Top 20 it pronoun Top 20 you-your pronoun Top 20 again time-adverb Top 20 ready time-adverb Top 20 do-does-did verb Top 20 help verb Top 20 look-see verb Top 20 stop verb Top 20 want verb Top 20 big adjective Top 30 little adjective Top 30 away place-adverb Top 30 come verb Top 30 drink verb Top 30 eat verb Top 30 get verb Top 30 give verb Top 30 go verb Top 30 like verb Top 30 happy adjective Top 50 sad adjective Top 50 sick adjective Top 50 silly adjective Top 50 how interrogative Top 50 when interrogative Top 50 where interrogative Top 50 who interrogative Top 50 trouble noun Top 50 here place-adverb Top 50 there place-adverb Top 50 me-myself pronoun Top 50 my-mine pronoun Top 50 now time-adverb Top 50 hear-listen verb Top 50 Gail M Van Tatenhove, PA Page 1 AACell, Inc.

2 Core Vocabulary Classroom Word List Page 2 make verb Top 50 put verb Top 50 say-tell verb Top 50 take verb Top 50 turn verb Top 50 afraid-scary adjective Top 75 clean adjective Top 75 cold adjective Top 75 dirty adjective Top 75 fast adjective Top 75 hot adjective Top 75 same adjective Top 75 slow adjective Top 75 be careful interjection Top 75 how much-much interrogative+adverb Top 75 all noun-determiner Top 75 some noun-determiner Top 75 down place-preposition Top 75 in place-preposition Top 75 off place-preposition Top 75 on place-preposition Top 75 out place-preposition Top 75 up place-preposition Top 75 late-later time-adjective Top 75 am-is-are be verb Top 75 feel verb Top 75 open-close verb Top 75 read verb Top 75 sit verb Top 75 stand verb Top 75 wait verb Top 75 watch verb Top 75 work verb Top 75 empty-full adjective Top100+ hungry adjective Top100+ thirsty adjective Top100+ tired adjective Top100+ wet-dry adjective Top100+ wrong adjective Top100+ idea noun Top100+ place noun Top100+ problem noun Top100+ stuff noun Top100+ fun-funny noun-adjective Top100+ aide-(name) person Top100+ Gail M Van Tatenhove, PA Page 2 AACell, Inc.

3 Core Vocabulary Classroom Word List Page 3 boy-man person Top100+ child-chidren person Top100+ father person Top100+ girl-woman person Top100+ mother person Top100+ teacher-(name) person Top100+ over place-preposition Top100+ under place-preposition Top100+ he-him-his pronoun Top100+ she-her-hers pronoun Top100+ they-people pronoun-person Top100+ we-friend pronoun-person Top100+ have-has-had verb Top100+ know verb Top100+ play verb Top100+ sing verb Top100+ sleep verb Top100+ talk-call verb Top100+ try verb Top100+ win-lose verb Top100+ busy adjective Top200+ confused adjective Top200+ dumb-smart adjective Top200+ easy-hard adjective Top200+ favorite adjective Top200+ hard adjective Top200+ hurt adjective Top200+ long-short adjective Top200+ loud-quiet adjective Top200+ mad adjective Top200+ mean adjective Top200+ medium adjective Top200+ new adjective Top200+ nice adjective Top200+ old adjective Top200+ pretty adjective Top200+ right adjective Top200+ soft adjective Top200+ and conjunction Top200+ because conjunction Top200+ why interrogative Top200+ adjective+er morphology Top200+ adjective+est morphology Top200+ noun+s morphology Top200+ verb+ed morphology Top200+ Gail M Van Tatenhove, PA Page 3 AACell, Inc.

4 Core Vocabulary Classroom Word List Page 4 verb+ing morphology Top200+ verb+s morphology Top200+ verb+to morphology Top200+ don't negation Top200+ not negation Top200+ home noun Top200+ one noun Top200+ question noun Top200+ school noun Top200+ thing noun Top200+ time noun Top200+ town noun Top200+ way noun Top200+ name noun-person Top200+ baby person Top200+ body person Top200+ brother person Top200+ bus driver person Top200+ class person Top200+ family person Top200+ grandfather person Top200+ grandmother person Top200+ pet-(name) person Top200+ sister person Top200+ SLP person Top200+ bottom place-preposition Top200+ top place-preposition Top200+ today time-adverb Top200+ tomorrow time-adverb Top200+ yesterday time-adverb Top200+ afternoon time-noun Top200+ morning time-noun Top200+ night time-noun Top200+ after time-preposition Top200+ before time-preposition Top200+ hurry time-verb Top200+ ask verb Top200+ break verb Top200+ buy verb Top200+ can verb Top200+ color verb Top200+ count verb Top200+ dress verb Top200+ find verb Top200+ hold verb Top200+ Gail M Van Tatenhove, PA Page 4 AACell, Inc.

5 Core Vocabulary Classroom Word List Page 5 let verb Top200+ live verb Top200+ love verb Top200+ need verb Top200+ ride verb Top200+ share verb Top200+ think verb Top200+ walk verb Top200+ wash verb Top200+ was-were verb Top200+ write verb Top200+ opposite of word strategy Top200+ same as word strategy Top200+ starts with word strategy Top200+ A-Z academic spelling display numbers 0-9 academic number display black adjective art/color display blue adjective art/color display brown adjective art/color display calm adjective misc describers dark adjective time display early adjective time display expensive-cheap adjective money display fat-skinny adjective body display gray adjective art/color display green adjective art/color display heavy-light adjective body/health display late adjective time display light adjective tine display messy adjective misc describers neat adjective misc describers orange adjective art/color display pink adjective art/color display purple adjective art/color display red adjective art/color display rich-poor adjective money display slippery adjective misc describers smooth-rough adjective misc describers sticky adjective misc describers straight-crooked adjective misc describers strong-weak adjective body/health display tall-short adjective body/health display ugly adjective misc describers warm-cool adjective weather display white adjective art/color display Gail M Van Tatenhove, PA Page 5 AACell, Inc.

6 Core Vocabulary Classroom Word List Page 6 wild adjective misc describers yellow adjective art/color display sorry polite-adjective social display goodbye polite-adverb social display hello polite-adverb social display maybe polite-adverb social display no polite-adverb social display please polite-adverb social display yes polite-adverb social display excuse me polite-interjection social display thank you polite-interjection social display you're welcome polite-interjection social display o'clock time-adverb time display change position verb body/health display cut verb art/art/color display draw verb color/art display fix verb body/health display Total noun Gail M Van Tatenhove, PA Page 6 AACell, Inc.

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