Kristin Mackinlay

Kristin Mackinlay

Kristin Mackinlay
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Reference Materials: Dictionary, Thesaurus, and Glossary Cut and Paste Activity from King Virtue on TeachersNotebook.com (1 page)

Reference Materials: Dictionary, Thesaurus, and Glossary Cut and Paste Activity…

I think this is a fantastic tool to get students to expand their writing vocabulary. Having them make their own 'wheel of feelings' using a thesaurus would be even better.

For all the writers out there it can be difficult finding the perfect emotion for your character, whether your character is sad, angry, or surprised those words can seem to get a bit boring. so i introduce the Writer's Wheel of emotion. Enjoy - J.

30 Ready-to-Use Figurative Language Printables. Includes detailed explanation and examples along with plenty of guided practice.

These 30 ready-to-use figurative language printables are perfect for learning to identify and write seven common types of figurative language: simile,

crumple tissue paper, glue to canvas with PVA glue, do not smooth out the texture, bubbling is ok too, when dry, paint the tissue.  used here is acrylic paint (watered down) in burnt umber and burnt sienna, once dry rub with oil pastel in contrasting color.

Artangel: Mixed media crumpled tissue technique - tutorial - basically, glue tissue paper over a canvas, let dry. Paint, let dry, then rub oil pastel or crayon over the surface to highlight the texture.

These slides introduce the very basics of the Dewey Decimal system using kid language, perfect for the elementary school library....

These slides introduce the very basics of the Dewey Decimal system using kid language, perfect for the elementary school library. FREE on TPT.