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Noun Anchor Chart - These mini anchor charts are a great addition to your interactive grammar notebook or your interactive writer's notebook

Noun Anchor Chart - These mini anchor charts are a great addition to your interactive grammar notebook or your interactive writer's notebook

The Writing Box: The Parts of Speech Poem. "Every name is called a noun,/as field and fountain, street and town.The interjection cries out, "Hark!/I need an exclamation mark!

Comparatives and Superlatives

Great drill and skill worksheet to work on using the comparative and superlative constructions. Useful checking understanding of the concepts.

Phrasal Verbs 1

I share with you the complete list of phrasal verbs I used during 10 days in a row. Now it's your turn to use the same strategy and learn phrasal verbs too Ask your partner what each phrasal verb means.

Do you have a awesome camera that is stuck in auto mode because you don't know how to use it? It is time to take your camera off of auto and learn to shoot in manual mode! This series will break down the how and the why of shooting in manual mode and get you off auto and on to beautiful photos!

Learn to take control of your camera and learn to shoot in manual mode! Get off auto and take your best photos!

Sunset settings

How to photograph Christmas lights: best camera settings to use (free cheat sheet). In our latest photography cheat sheet we've made a free tips card explaining how to photograph Christmas lights and ensure a good exposure every time!

Nailing Night Exposures: Here's a guide to the rough settings you're likely to need for popular low-light subjects.

*night lights - moonscapes, dusk skyline, traffic, fair, etc.* Nailing Night Exposures: Here's a guide to the rough settings you're likely to need for popular low-light subjects.

There's now a E-mount lens to suit pretty much any occasion

There's now a E-mount lens to suit pretty much any occasion

Board Game - Ask a Question (Medium)

With this board game, students will practice asking questions. On each square, a question word or the beginning of a question is given. Students now ask the correct.