Common writing mistakes and how to avoid them #infographic

20 writing mistakes even native speakers make (infographic)

by Jennifer Frost from Grammar Check If you want to improve your business writing, join us for The Plain Language Programme. If you want to learn how to write a book, join our Writers Write course.

Great writing activity for goal setting during the first days of school.

Idea for the first week of school: "Peek Face Portraits" with the student's face and goals for the year.

Team Building Activities for the Workplace - Ummmm....I think they mean letters....not alphabets

Team Building Activities for the Workplace That are Truly Fun

Quick guide to visiting Chicago on a budget #tips #travel

Quick Guide to Visiting Chicago On A Budget

Top Destinations Where Budget Travelers Actually Go On Vacation Quick guide to visiting Chicago on a budget

Daily Number (1 to 99) – Target Number Classroom Treasures: Numeracy

Classroom Treasures: Calendar Maths use up to 100 days and then she has another…

3 {Easy and CHEAP} Ocean Activities

3 {Easy and CHEAP} Ocean Activities

Ocean Zone discovery bottles- fill the bottle with water (with blue food coloring) and vegetable oil. After the students shake them up, they will notice three distinct areas in their bottle as the oil and water settle. {This is perfect for teachi

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End of the year ideas for preschool. End of the year awards ideas for preschool teachers. End of the year thank you letter to parents of preschool students.

Free Thanksgiving writing activity from Laura Candler! This step-by-step lesson includes graphic organizers and printables to guide students through the process of writing a 5 paragraph essay about what they're thankful for. When finished, students glue their essays into a folder, decorate them, and share them with their families on Thanksgiving Day!

Free Thanksgiving writing activity from Laura Candler! This step-by-step lesson includes graphic organizers and printables to guide students through the process of writing a 5 paragraph essay about what they're thankful for. When finished, students glue their essays into a folder, decorate them, and share them with their families on Thanksgiving Day!

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