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Using Descriptive Language: worksheets to encourage colourful word choice
"Today I went to Jack's birthday party. It was fun." Teachers everywhere recognize this type of writing. After assigning a writing prompt or diary entry they are faced with sentence after sentence of 'good, fun, bad, a lot,' and other 'really, really, really' boring and generic word choices. Though
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Why Use Descriptive Language? Comic Strip Note- Painting A Picture With Words
In this fun and silly comic strip style note students follow Frank as his story unfolds. As the sentence gets expanded with descriptive language it changes from "Frank sprinted through the dark forest in terror as the zombie snapped at his heels". This is the perfect way to introduce the use of colo
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Using Descriptive Language
A comprehensive booklet that gives students the requisite vocabulary for producing vivid, descriptive pieces of writing. Includes a list of interesting verbs, an explanation of figurative language devices, and words for developing sensory imagery.
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7101-2 Using Descriptive Language to Create Mood
In this COMPLETE lesson from InspirEd Educators, students will be able to identify the "mood" of a written piece and the wording that helps create it. Lesson warm up, teacher instructions, teacher answers, novel excerpt from Hatchet, guiding discussion questions, all student handouts and activitie
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using descriptive language
an exemplar and activity to encourage children to extend their imagery and descriptive language in Writing
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Sensory Wheel Graphic Organizer Writing Using Descriptive Language Poetry
Add descriptive language to writing by incorporating the sensory wheel into your mini-lesson or writing center. Or, use as part of a poetry unit to expand imagery. Come see the HUGE SELECTION of AWESOME CHOICE BOARDS for Upper Elementary and Middle School novels in my store! Adding more choice b
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Creating Good Details and Using Descriptive Language
This is a worksheet full of bad examples for using details and descriptive language. Students are asked to rewrite each sentence or phrase using stronger details and descriptive language. This is a fun activity that lets students be creative and practice using details at the same time.
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Worksheet - Using Descriptive Language (Naplan Prep / Narrative Writing)
This worksheet teaches students how to use descriptive language. With a focus on the senses, the task will allow students to connect with the way writers employ feeling, taste, sound and smell to impart meaning and create mood. A link to a set of descriptive language words is provided and students
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Using Descriptive Language
This activity is a twp-part lesson. Page one is a thesaurus hunt for students to find new and exciting words to replace common overused words in their writing. The second page gives students a basic sentence that they must change to include new descriptive language that they found from their thesa
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Follow the Clues: St Patrick's Day Edition (A Descriptive Language Game) FREEBIE
Follow the clues to describe six items common to St Patrick’s Day. Visual structure is provided throughout the activities. These activities promote descriptive language skills, social interaction with questioning and answers between peers, and expanding sentence structure. It works bottom up to p
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Follow the Clues: A Descriptive Language Game and Sentence Builder
Follow the clues to describe Special Area classes, Sports, and Food. Visual structure is provided throughout the activities. These activities promote descriptive language skills, social interaction with questioning and answers between peers, and expanding sentence structure. It works bottom up to
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Understanding Describing Words Listening to Descriptions for Language Processing
Help students build receptive language and language processing skills with Describe it to Me. In Listening to Directions students use their language processing skills to identify objects and people given descriptive clues. There are a variety of activities build listening skills. In this pack you w

Also included in: Describe Compare Contrast Define Tell Bundle for Expressive Language

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Aarrgh! Bossy R articulation and Descriptive Language games for pirates
September 19th is "International Talk Like a Pirate Day"....Aargh you ready? This set includes multiple games to address the vocalic R sounds of “or, er, ar, air, ire, ear”. Because this can apply to speech therapy as well as the classroom, there are also traditional /r/ and r-blends thrown in for
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Descriptive Language: Expanding Sentences
These sentence activities are a fun way for students to develop their descriptive writing skills. Students are given a sentence which they rewrite. They are given a word bank of words for each sentence that they might find helpful when they do this, however they also use words that they personally k
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Descriptive Language:  A game to name items within attribute categories
Using the six attribute categories of location, function, action, color, size & shape, and texture, students will work on generating items that match a descriptive prompt. Skills of descriptive language, vocabulary, and categorization are targeted. The contents include: ~ Six larger cards tha
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"Look Under the Snow!" - Descriptive Language Group Game and Folder Game
Play an ACTIVE Language Development GROUP GAME! Then make FOLDER GAMES for your LEARNING CENTERS! March, sing, and use great DESCRIPTIVE LANGUAGE SKILLS to tell what interesting small objects might be buried under that 'SNOW' in your classroom! Your kids will OBSERVE and RECALL - great skill-b
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Descriptive Writing: Details and Descriptive Language
Let your students have some writing fun while learning the importance of details in writing.In this 13-page printable activity, students use three famous paintings and learn the importance in writing of noting precise details.The first two paintings are WASHINGTON CROSSING THE DELAWARE and MONA LISA
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"What's In My Lunchbox?" - Descriptive Language Game with Similes
Learn about SIMILES the ACTIVE GROUP GAME way! This is one Looney Lunchbox that is full of surprises! "It's not a banana, or a PB and J!" What could be inside? Play a funny GROUP GAME where your kids create great DESCRIPTIVE LANGUAGE CLUES. Using SIMILES was never this much fun! Your kids wi
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Follow the Clues:Animal Edition (A Descriptive Language Game & Sentence Builder)
Follow the clues to describe wild animals, farm animals, and pets. Visual structure is provided throughout the activities. These activities promote descriptive language skills, social interaction with questioning and answers between peers, and expanding sentence structure. It works bottom up to p
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Follow the Clues: The Winter Games {A Descriptive Language Game}
Go for the Gold!!! Students will follow clues to describe Olympic sports and vocabulary using the descriptive language of who, parts, location, and action. Visual structure is provided throughout the activities. These activities promote descriptive language skills, social interaction with questio
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Descriptive Language Bundle: Promoting Colourful Word Choice
This bundle contains five products you can use to promote descriptive word choice and the use of colourful language with your students. You save 30% by buying them together. Please see below for product descriptions. Descriptive Language Fan: Paint A Rainbow With Colorful Word Choice In this acti
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Descriptive Language Skills for Christmas, Winter and Valentine's Day
Target Language processing and descriptive language skills using Christmas, Winter and Valentine's Day themed booklets. Included are full page descriptive cues and small card cues. Use these to teach students how to describe Christmas, Winter and Valentine's Day pictures. Also try Describe it for F
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"The Dollar Game!" -- Group Game Fun with Descriptive Language
LANGUAGE ARTS should be ACTIVE fun! Get ready for some great DESCRIPTIVE LANGUAGE from your kids! My kid groups have so much for with this easy GROUP GAME!"I have ONE DOLLAR! I can pass it on! I have THIS friend I can spend it on!" What could you buy for ONE DOLLAR, that you could give to a fr
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Descriptive Language Kites~ Critical Listening, Expressive Language & Reading
Highly motivating! Fun! One of my students' favorite activities! Teach crucial expressive language skills. Self-correcting puzzles, Barrier games, Go Fish, Memory. Included in this set are 5 different playing mats containing a total of 45 different, brightly designed kites, written descriptions of
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