This could be used at home to help students with their homework when writing sentences.  This is a perfect page for your child to use as a visual to improve their sentences as they are writing.  As I started to teach adjectives in my classroom, I felt like my students needed a visual to remind them of what an adjective is.

List of Adjectives for Bulletin Boards or Journals

Great Teaching Ideas! I would put pictures/examples of the Nouns, Verbs, Adjective on the containers. Students will be create a sentence based off of the parts of sentence chosen. Students can learn where adjectives, verbs, and nouns go into a sentence.  -Chelsea Goessl

Five for Friday: Frenzy, Freebie, Scoot in Homeschool, and More

parts of speech word sort {language arts}--Kids each come up and pick a stick out of my hand and they would have to place it in the right cup! If there’s extra time, they can use the word in a sentence

This is an example of paragraph writing that is color coded to show comparing and contrasting characters.

This is an example of paragraph writing that is color coded to show comparing and contrasting characters.GREAT POETRY STUFF TOO!

Perhaps you could 'Take Five' and write one.  Or make an epic-illustrating-vignette with old toys and spray paint it all one color.  Or whatever it pleases you to do.

This makes me wish I taught creative writing.Fun creative writing- characters you need for an epic tale by tom gauld. students choose one, three, ten -- then write!

Have each client give an example of the feeling and demonstrate what it may look like

Upcycled Education: Nurturing Emotional Intelligence Teach your students (or children) feeling words to increase their emotional intelligence. Literacy means being able to express yourself so others can understand and you can understand them!

Good to know the root of yours and other peoples  feelings and understand why you/they feel that way

Improve Your Vocabulary With the “Wheel of Feelings”

For all the writers out there it can be difficult finding the perfect emotion for your character, whether your character is sad, angry, or surprised those words can seem to get a bit boring. so i introduce the Writer's Wheel of emotion. Enjoy - J.

"Hairy, scary, ordinary : what is an adjective?"  	 Rhyming text and illustrations of comical cats present numerous examples of adjectives, from "hairy, scary, cool, and ordinary" to "tan and tall," "funny, frisky, smooth, and small."

Games for students to write stories using 3 nouns, 3 adjectives, 3 verbs etc. with student examples.

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