This post has adjective walks around the school and inside the school activity work pages. One walk for inside, and one for outside.
Commonly Confused Words---free lesson and quiz to practice using these words such as their/there, lose/loose, and hear/here
What Is Your Most Troublesome Usage Hang-up? Almost everyone has a list of usage hang-ups. Sometimes we have used words incorrectly.
Here are 3 tips to strengthen your sentences and make your writing stronger. Tip 1: Your writing will be more effective if you use strong verbs and nouns instead of trying to prop up weak ones with adjectives and adverbs. Weak: The dentist intentionally spoke untruthfully about the diagnosis. Strong: The dentist lied about
Warning! Inflated Language Ahead ---. If you use inflated language, you can sound stuffy and turn people off. Informational blog post.
BLUCY by Julia Dweck and free printable---Blucy is a cat so this printable is about prepositional phrases CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.L.1.1.I
Free Fun With Contractions Printable. YouTube video demonstrating this activity. Paperclips replace the apostrophe in this activity.
Free Lesson: As Slippery as an Eel: An Ocean Unit Exploring Simile and Metaphor, link to my free lesson on ReadWriteThink