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100 Colorful Words to Use in Place of “Said”

Handout or mini-poster on colorful words writers can use instead of "said." Students can put the b&w version in their writing notebooks for reference. <-- uh I'm not a teacher but you know reference

I recently watched a short documentary about Pixar. Amazing stuff! I always love hearing how stories/characters are born and all the bumps/detours they are faced with along the way.

Pixar's 22 rules of Storytelling-- This is a cool list of story telling rules. You would think the wonderful writer's from Pixar would know a trick or two about how to write an entertaining story.

amandaonwriting: Short Story Day – How to outline a short story for beginners

How to outline a short story. To celebrate National Short Story Day in the UK, we thought we would post this outlining tool for beginner writers. This day is chosen because 21 December is the shortest day in the Northern.

Girls Routine Printable SALE Boys routine printable toddler

SALE Girls Routine Printable Boys routine by OliHarriCreations Numerous options of reward charts, behaviour charts and routine charts for all ages and budgets, love this version of the chart, print it and stick it on the kids door

Before Things Fall Apart was published in 1958, few novels existed in English that depicted African life from the African perspective. And while the book has paved the way for countless authors since, Chinua Achebe's illuminating work remains a classic of modern African literature. Drawing on the history and customs passed down to him, Achebe tells the tale Okonkwo, a strong-willed member of a late-19th-century Nigerian village. As we follow Okonkwo's story, we get a glimpse of the…

Before Things Fall Apart was published in 1958, few novels existed in English that depicted African life from the African perspective. And while the book has paved the way for countless authors since, Chinua Achebe's illuminating work remains a classic of modern African literature. Drawing on the history and customs passed down to him, Achebe tells the tale Okonkwo, a strong-willed member of a late-19th-century Nigerian village. As we follow Okonkwo's story, we get a glimpse of the…