Feeling Words List - English Grammar Here
English Feeling Words List PANIC HAPPY Mixed up Unsure Stuck Hurt Lost Frozen Desperate Anxious Insecure troubled Uncomfortable Stunned Amused Delighted Glad Pleased Charmed Grateful Optimistic Content Joyful Enthusiastic Loving Marvelous ANGER STRONG Annoyed Agitated Fed up Irritated Resentful Disgusted Outraged Raging Furious Livid Bitter Sure Certain Unique Dynamic Tenacious Hardy Secure Empowered Ambitious Powerful Confident ENERGIZED SAD Determined Inspired Creative Healthy Renewed…
The Gratitude Game: Pick-Up Sticks
Want to help your kids learn about gratitude? Play the gratitude game with them. It's a fun game that the whole family will enjoy!
How to Use Already, Still, Yet in English - English Grammar Here
English Using Already, Still and Yet, Definitions and Example Sentences; Table of Contents ALREADYSTILLYET ALREADY Already means that something happened earlier than we expected. With Present Perfect Tense already usually goes after have or has and before the main verb. Examples; He has already done the shopping , he is watching T.V now. Have you already taken the money? I’ve already seen that film. I don’t want to see it again. STILL Still means that something is ongoing, hasn’t finished…
My very own conversation Jenga. Super easy to do!
My very own conversation Jenga. Super easy to do! by Jodi Erickson on Indulgy.com
Aprender Inglês on Instagram: “MARQUE um amigo ou amiga que esteja estudando #inglês ou outro #IDIOMA . . #dicasdeingles #nacaobilingue #aprenderingles #escoladeingles…”
4,830 Likes, 51 Comments - Aprender Inglês (@aprenderingles) on Instagram: “MARQUE um amigo ou amiga que esteja estudando #inglês ou outro #IDIOMA . . #dicasdeingles…”
Back to School Tips, Freebies, and a HUGE Giveaway - Create Teach Share
I’m teaming up with the wonderful teachers at Upper Elementary Snapshots to share some fabulous Back-to-School tips and tricks for the upcoming school year!! We are sharing tips, freebies, and having a week of giveaways, all to get you ready for BACK TO SCHOOL!!! MY TIP: Always have plenty of “get-to-know-you” activities on hand to…
How Much? How Many? English Grammar Charts
How much? How many - ESL / ESOL Grammar ChartsESL / ESOL Grammar Charts that show the difference between HOW MUCH and HOW MANY in English.Main Summary ChartThe main summary chart explains how HOW MUCH is used with uncountable nouns and HOW MANY is used with plural countable nouns.It also explains ho...
15 Collaborative Tools for Your Classroom That Are Not Google
Ready to take collaboration to the next level? Check out these 15 collaborative tools that are NOT Google!