All month long Project Crochet has been going on around the blog world and I am excited to be able to add my project to this list (read on down to the end of the post for more great crochet projects...

All month long Project Crochet has been going on around the blog world and I am excited to be able to add my project to this list (read on down to the end of the post for more great crochet projects...

Most common grammar mistakes.

Most common grammar mistakes.

Oh My Grammar! Language Felonies: Top 10 Grammar Errors, Common Mistakes, and the Importance of Correct Grammar (Infographic). because some people miss the message when they're distracted by the errors . and we have to live with them ;

3.L.3 - Choose  words  and  phrases  for effect.   I will place this poster in the writing corner of my classroom to give students alternatives for the word "very."

3.L.3 - Choose words and phrases for effect. I will place this poster in the writing corner of my classroom to give students alternatives for the word "very."

Here's a list of words you should eliminate from your vocabulary to sound smarter.

15 words you should eliminate from your vocabulary to sound smarter

Here's a list of words you should eliminate from your vocabulary to sound smarter.

The Oatmeal weighs in on the use of irony.  I agree with their conclusion! See also Stephen Fry's rant about his love of language and his extreme dislike of pedants.

The Oatmeal weighs in on the use of irony. I agree with their conclusion! See also Stephen Fry's rant about his love of language and his extreme dislike of pedants.

Thing- Find a word that communicates what you mean without using this generic filler. If you need help, here are seventeen synonyms. That- If your sentence includes “that,” take it out and see if the sentence still makes sense. If it does, take it out. If “that” is referring to a person, change it to … … Continue reading →

Thing- Find a word that communicates what you mean without using this generic filler. If you need help, here are seventeen synonyms. That- If your sentence includes “that,” take it out and see if the sentence still makes sense. If it does, take it out. If “that” is referring to a person, change it to … … Continue reading →

Unlimited access to Lessons & Passages for Common Core.  A Teacher's Dream - OMG - so excited to share this AMAZING & Free Resource for Common Core Reading Lessons K - 6.

Free Common Core Reading Lessons K-6

Unlimited access to Lessons & Passages for Common Core. A Teacher's Dream - OMG - so excited to share this AMAZING & Free Resource for Common Core Reading Lessons K - 6.

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