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Write a boring adjective at the bottom of the paint strip on the most boring color. Give each student a paint strip and they can use a thesaurus or a word wall to think of "more colorful" words for their strip. Hang all of their strips on the door and they can use those words to help "make their writing colorful!"

Write a boring adjective at the bottom of the paint strip on the most boring color. Give each student a paint strip and they can use a thesaurus or a word wall to think of "more colorful" words for their strip. Or use for Word Work

The Boy Who Cried Fabulous to teach that "said" is dead...finding new words to use when our words seem tired and overused and boring.

english > texts - the boy who cried fabulous, good inspiration text for teaching word choice

Here is an anchor chart about letter writing. It is important to have the labels for students to clearly be able to read and also have an example of the letter being written so students will be able to know what is expected when writing letters.   I like the colors used and how clearly written this was. It makes it visually appealing for the students.

Ten Pin Linky - Writing Ideas

LETTER WRITING-This is a great poster to show students how to write a letter and what they terms are called for each part of the letter. I would definitely use this in my classroom to show students the proper way to write a letter.

120 Writing Prompts---for kids who can't think of journal ideas..grab one...

120 Writing Prompts---for kids who can't think of journal ideas.Also great for Conversation starters for Kids with ASD

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