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Using and Recognizing Adverbs Can Be Positively Challenging: 6 Delightful Methods for Deliciously Learning Adverbs

Using and Recognizing Adverbs Can Be Positively Challenging
6 Delightful Methods for Deliciously Learning Adverbs

How, how often, where and when? If you are asking these questions you are most likely using adverbs. This part of speech can be more difficult for kids to recognize and can leave them feeling frustrated.

Using and Recognizing Adverbs Can Be Positively Challenging: 6 Delightful Methods for Deliciously Learning Adverbs

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You Are so Beautiful to Me
7 Absolutely Fun Activities to Teach Adjectives

You are so beautiful to me! Really you are one of my very favorite readers! We use adjectives so much we don’t even think about it, even to describe our favorite blog readers. Adjectives are used to describe or modify a noun. Although this is still a fairly simple part of speech it may not be as easy for little ones to understand as some of the others.

You Are so Beautiful to Me: 7 Absolutely Fun Activities to Teach Adjectives

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It’s a Person! It’s a Place! It’s a Thing!
6 Creative Ways to Make Learning Nouns Fun

It’s a person, it’s a place, it’s a thing… It’s a noun! You can spot a noun as you drive around town. Learning should be fun and the parts of speech make teaching fun! You can literally teach nouns all day long. Here are some fun ways to get started!

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