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  • Vanessa Randall

    for writing papers... more descriptive word list - great to print and put up in the school room

  • Logan Bird

    Perfect for writing papers. Allows students to use higher level vocabulary words. Would print out and have on a word wall.

  • Jennifer McClure

    Be still my heart! I love using a variety of descriptive words. This list, in the words of Mrs.Riley -my high school English teacher, is a plethora of words :-)

  • Sarah Hija de Dios Andrews

    Love this descriptive word poster-- A great idea for elementary or secondary teachers... Have students think and make the posters for each!

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