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Pre-writing...Lines. A poster like this would go nicely in the writing center. You can also laminate it, and smear shaving cream on it. The children can trace the lines underneath...

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Parallel, Perpendicular, and Intersecting Lines: Learn how to decipher different types of lines. www.numberock.com

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Lines. A poster like this would go nicely in the writing center. You can also laminate it, and smear shaving cream on it. The children can trace the lines underneath. FUN!

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Adjusting tops to fit bigger busts. As so many women today are larger than a B cup, we’ve some easy to follow tips on how to adjust different bodices to fit fuller figures

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Lines/shadows; playing with photography to create a unique, different type of abstract-type of art.

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Alignment: I think this poster of the different colored dragons from role-playing games like Dungeons & Dragons and Pathfinder demonstrates alignment well. The text lines up such that it is easy to see to which dragon it belongs and is kept to the outside edge of the poster, while the dragons themselves take center stage (as it should be). Also, the left side is made up of the metallic or good dragons and the right side are the chromatic or evil dragons.

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• Colour Blocking • Pattern Mixing • Tonal Textures • My latest FREE sewing pattern, the Asymmetric A-line Dress, is the PERFECT style for all three of these design options. You can colour-block it in fabulous brights, OR you can work it up in similar tones of the same colour using different textures and weaves, OR you can be really brave and MIX & MATCH your patterns. Try combining sheer fabrics and lace or crochet type materials into the occasional panel for a really pretty and…

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