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Adjectives can be hard for little writers. They can either over-use the same, vague adjectives, or they use too many adjectives in a long string that sits in front of a noun. Or they can completely forgot to use them at all.
There's real power in adjectives. But how do you help young students to develop word choice skills needed to use them well.
Our Adjective 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 adjective lessons that teachers can use before students work on a draft inspired by the word game we've featured.
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