This is tool one of Scary Good Writing.
The adjective is one of the most basic and one of the most misused. Young writers tend to think if using one adjective is good, using three is better. This lesson clearly demonstrates how picking just the right adjectives can affect the mood of the reader. It shows the way adjectives work not only to describe nouns, but motivate a story.
"I loved that the lessons were so engaging for the students and were tailored to really spark their interest in writing of all types. My students loved the stories and the characters Mr. Butt and Bonefish, and they always begged for “just one more mini-lesson, please!” Your program covers the spectrum of different types of writing and targets a variety of skills. The lessons were short enough to work in throughout the day. My students loved the bathroom humor that you used in your stories, and they loved the overall spookiness factor!! We all are hooked on scary good writing!
- Joan Steakley, 5th Grade, West Elementary
Our entire course A Zombie Wrote my Narrative Essay with Mr. Butt and Bonefish
is now available at the store.