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William Zinsser quote

Objective verbs. I use these often - and have my own version - but thought I just had to reblog this for you. I’m not on to SOLO yet.. #toptipsfornewteacher

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theteachersdesk:

Angry Verbs!
Teach elementary students about verbs using angry birds! 
Create your angry verbs by writing verbs on angry bird cut outs (leave room for students to later write a sentence).
Put tape on the back of the angry verbs.
Write sentences with missing verbs on the board.
Ask students to the front of the room to place the appropriate angry verbs in the sentences.
Hand out angry verbs to each student. 
Ask students to write a sentence on their bird using the verb. 
Allow students to colour in their angry verb and place them on the class bulletin board. 
You can find the Angry Birds colouring pages here
Source: Pinterest 

theteachersdesk:

Angry Verbs!

Teach elementary students about verbs using angry birds! 

  1. Create your angry verbs by writing verbs on angry bird cut outs (leave room for students to later write a sentence).
  2. Put tape on the back of the angry verbs.
  3. Write sentences with missing verbs on the board.
  4. Ask students to the front of the room to place the appropriate angry verbs in the sentences.
  5. Hand out angry verbs to each student. 
  6. Ask students to write a sentence on their bird using the verb. 
  7. Allow students to colour in their angry verb and place them on the class bulletin board. 

You can find the Angry Birds colouring pages here

Source: Pinterest 

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A clever way to link Nouns and Verbs when using Alliteration. Brilliant.

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