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Have you been looking for fun and engaging language activities that you can use week after week and year after year? Then this product is just for you! Included in this packet for K-1st graders are 12 activities and 6 worksheets. Lesson plans for the season? Planned!This packet includes:★ Associatio
"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
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
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.
Grades:
7th - 12th
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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
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.
Guided PowerPoint, perfect for Distance Learning. Creative writing ELA exercise suitable for grades 5-10. Students practice writing with vivid and detailed imagery while gaining an appreciation for the value of specific adjectives in written communication. Students will anonymously draw and describe
Many students struggle understanding how to use language to create vivid sensory experiences for their audience. As Language Arts teachers, we all know that strong narrative writing is built off of imagery, control of detail, and the ability to create a strong mood. However, teaching these "craft" p
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
an exemplar and activity to encourage children to extend their imagery and descriptive language in Writing
Tired of one word answers? Get kids talking with these conversation cubes. The talking points are open ended and there is no right or wrong answer. Every time the dice are rolled there is an opportunity to engage in fun conversation while practicing oral language skills, giving their opinion, using
Tired of one word answers? Get kids talking with these conversation cubes. The talking points are open ended and there is no right or wrong answer. Every time the dice are rolled there is an opportunity to engage in fun conversation while practicing oral language skills, giving their opinion, using
Tired of one word answers? Get kids talking with these conversation cubes. The talking points are open ended and there is no right or wrong answer. Every time the dice are rolled there is an opportunity to engage in fun conversation while practicing oral language skills, giving their opinion, using
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
Use this no prep pack to work on sentence structure and producing complete and descriptive sentences with your speech and language students. Tons of practice and opportunities to make growth without a ton of prep on your part! Just print and go!*****************************************************
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
My kids are VERY visual learners, which is why I made this resource for my kiddos. Included are 40 pictures, each having a first line to their story. The first couple of sentences are sometimes the hardest for my 3rd graders, and these cards just give them a little nudge to get thinking about the pi
This deck of BOOM CARDS™ contains 35 cards to target various language skills within the context of an included non-fiction passage about the tradition and history of Christmas Trees. Here is what's included:★ Card 1: Table of Contents★ Cards 2-5: Reading passage about the history and current tradit
This pack is a full unit for the 4th grade domain of Speaking and Listening Skills. Speaking and Listening is one of the six domains for ELA. In this domain, students will practice speaking clearly with detail, listening intently with purpose, and carrying on collaborative conversations. There are s
Qui suis-je?/Qui est-ce? is a descriptive writing activity for French language students. Using a graphic organizer and writing prompts, students will write a complete description of either themselves or a celebrity. There are 2 versions of this activity included. For use with multiple grades and yea
Grades:
4th - 8th
Have you been looking for fun and engaging language activities that you can use week after week and year after year? Then this product is just for you! Included in this packet for K-1st graders are 12 activities and 6 worksheets. Lesson plans for the season? Planned!This packet includes:★ Associatio
Print & use mini-lesson on creating more descriptive sentences...complete with instruction, guided practice and independent practice.This mini-lesson is split into 3 sections:1. LEARN IT: Teaching the concept Use this section to guide students through the concepts practiced in this lesson. 2. P
Have you been looking for fun and engaging language activities that you can use week after week and year after year? Then this product is just for you! Included in this packet for K-1st graders are 12 activities and 6 worksheets. Lesson plans for the season? Planned!This packet includes:★ Associatio
A 20-page collection of graphic organizers! Help students organize their thoughts for oral and written language tasks. I created organizers such as: **Conversation maps (summer vacation, what I did this weekend, blank conversations, retelling a movie or book) **“How to”: list the steps fo

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