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Once younger students learn to play with verbs, their written voices start really taking shape. Verbs truly are the engines of sentences. Dull verbs and lazy verbs (like got) need to be avoided by students who are working on improving voice through verb use.
There's such potential for improved writing when dealing with word choice and verbs. But how do you help young students to develop word choice skills center around this important part of speech?
Our Verb Game for Kids Word Prompt is really popular at WritingFix, especially with the little guys. We're trying to improve the prompt by adding short ideas for verb lessons that teachers can use before students work on a draft inspired by the word game we've featured.
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