Thick & Thin questions
Nice freebie to send home with students to help parents with what kinds of questions to ask during or after reading.
Our language is rich, we should use more words…
Thought Provoking Questions
Inquiry based/project based learning
The trick is to not use them in their stereotypical way. Ex: "A hard knot clutched at her throat as the little orphan mewed closer, a dirty hand outstretched."
For all the writers out there, The wheel of emotions
Great page for teaching similies :)
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