Other ways to say ... Said, Went, Scared, Big, Small, Sad, Happy, Saw, Next, Great, Good, Bad, Positive Character Words, Negative Character Words, Time Transition Words for Narratives and Transition Words for Information and Argument Texts. (16 page digital download)
EMOTIONS Photo Picture Cards:5 each of: happy - excited - sad - angry - surprised - scared - bored - tired - confused - worried - shy & silly Includes 3 full sets of 60 cards; one set with pictures only, one with words and pictures, and one with a write on/wipe off space for use with dry erase markers.Children will love working with these brightly coloured real-life photo cards.
You have a busy life, juggling work, home, friendships, relationships, kids, and you're so used to being all things to all people you've forgotten who you really are anymore. Learning about yourself - what you need, want and like, what really makes you tick is the first vital step to increased happiness, reduced stress, contentment and clarity. After all, if you don't know what your needs are, how can they possible be met?
This product contains a collection of posters that provide synonyms for the word 'said'. These provide interesting alternatives for students who are ready to use more descriptive language in their writing.Posters include:* Happy words for said* Sad words for said* Scared words for said* Loud words for said* Quiet words for said* Bossy words for said* Angry words for said
What could possibly go RIGHT for you and your TinySuperhero today? Unnecessary anxiety can sap the joy from our lives and as parents, we just don't have time for that! So I challenge you- when you lie awake at night worrying, start to catalogue in your mind the things that could go right for you. You'll fall asleep much faster!