I'm so tired of hearing that the character is "Nice" Classroom: Reading / Writing. Character Traits grouped with similar traits. Use to compare and contrast. What are the subtle differences? Would be great to transfer these into a web organizer.
"People will always have opinions *about you.* But you live for God - He’s the only one who has intimate knowledge *of you.*" From this post: "The Great Challenge All Women Face -- and Why Women Need to Not Judge Each Other by aftr
Grace isn’t a Pollyanna feeling. It’s a *force* -- powerful force. Grace always shocks. Grace always stuns. And Grace is always what we need. It’s there for everyone groping around in the dark: *Turn toward Grace -- & you always turn on all the lights.
Give your students hands-on practice with literacy devices with these 8 figurative language puzzles. Students will read “Grandma’s Garden”, identify types of figurative language in the story, and then, define the literacy devices.