Kalita van Zijl LittleSavageTales

Kalita van Zijl LittleSavageTales

Somewhere in South Africa / I am an artist of my own making. I believe that reality is what you make it.
Kalita van Zijl LittleSavageTales
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This is very useful. I didn't know that using food terms (caramel, chocolate) to describe skin was unacceptable. This is a helpful correction!

Useful guide for describing hair. >>>>> Previous captoon >>>> This is very useful, although I don't agree with their note on describing skin colors in food terms(milk, caramel, chocolate, etc.) as being "unacceptable".

This letter matching apple tree alphabet activity is a great way to teach the alphabet this fall! It's perfect for preschoolers and kindergarten students and would be a good addition to your alphabet or literacy center.

This letter matching apple tree alphabet activity is a great way to teach the alphabet this fall! It's perfect for preschoolers and kindergarten students and would be a good addition to your alphabet or literacy center. (Combine with BINGO)

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Try this instead: Mini Lid Banjos that use recycled jar lids as the base for a fun kids’ toy.

Writing Dialogue: 50 Things Characters Can Do WHILE They Talk #nanowrimo #how to write a novel

Writing Dialogue: 50 Things Characters Can Do WHILE They Talk - General ideas. Obviously your character's actions depend on their setting.

Free infographic: "Publication Rights for Writers and Authors" explains different publishing rights that freelance writers and book authors will encounter. Based on my article at http://online-writing-jobs.com/blog/publication-rights-every-freelance-writer-and-book-author-should-know/

"Publication Rights for Writers and Authors" explains different publishing rights that freelance writers and book authors will encounter.

Roll and Cross Math Game: The best math game - my kids love this easy math activity!

ROLL CROSS: What a fun and easy math game for kids of all ages! This is a perfect number recognition and counting game for toddlers and preschoolers. They will love playing with this homemade dice and racing to cross out the numbers!