• Sissy A

    descriptive word poster. Great tool for writing papers!

  • AnnMarie Turdo

    This is a great poster to encourage better descriptive words in the classroom. ...this would be great for writers workshop. Or you could create your own as a class and add on words!

  • Nicole Napierala

    Jessie's resources: more classroom display ideas (synonyms)

  • Michelle O'Shea

    Descriptive words. I love words! Helpful.

  • Carmon Pier-White

    Lists of descriptive words. This would be extremely handy as a poster in my English Language Arts or ESL classroom.

  • Jenny Riehl Bocek

    MORE DESCRIPTIVE WORDS Other Ways to Say Writing Poster TCR Chart NEW: $2.49

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