Using the meaning of the name Amanda ("Worthy of Love"), this acrostic poem features an encouragement or blessing Scripture verse that starts with each letter in the name. Background image matches theme.    "Amanda" acrostic name blessing poem includes verses from the Psalms, Isaiah, John, 1 Thessalonians, 2 Thessalonians, and 2 John.

Using the meaning of the name Amanda ("Worthy of Love"), this acrostic poem features an encouragement or blessing Scripture verse that starts with each letter in the name. Background image matches theme. "Amanda" acrostic name blessing poem includes verses from the Psalms, Isaiah, John, 1 Thessalonians, 2 Thessalonians, and 2 John.

32 Spelling Task Cards. Activities include rainbow writing, alphabetical order, sentence writing, pyramid words, hidden words, vanishing words, syllable sorter, vowel finder, rhyming time, word chooser, draw your words, word scrambler, word search, word meanings, story time, acrostic poem, spelling hangman, magazine search, smaller words, cool words, triple words, synonyms, stamp words, backward words, backward alphabet, magnetic words, letter colors, bubble letters & comic strip.

32 Spelling Task Cards. Activities include rainbow writing, alphabetical order, sentence writing, pyramid words, hidden words, vanishing words, syllable sorter, vowel finder, rhyming time, word chooser, draw your words, word scrambler, word search, word meanings, story time, acrostic poem, spelling hangman, magazine search, smaller words, cool words, triple words, synonyms, stamp words, backward words, backward alphabet, magnetic words, letter colors, bubble letters & comic strip.

Color symbolism - get students to write on paint chips what emotive and memory trigger object recognition what certain colours evoke for them - this will be highly subjective :)

Color symbolism - get students to write on paint chips what emotive and memory trigger object recognition what certain colours evoke for them - this will be highly subjective :)

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Creative Writing Activity. I also use this activity in the reverse. Say a student is stuck in anger. have them write the word, then they use each letter to represent another word that is a solution, or more "positive oriented thinking."

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