Creating a stimulating & effective mind map: 1. Start with the central topic 2. Use an image as your central idea to help with imagination 3. Use color to stimulate the brain and creativity 4. Connect “Branches” to the central image to establish structure & relationships. 5. Use curves – this looks more interesting visually 6. Use one main topic or keyword per line 7. Use LOTS of images...”a picture paints a thousand words"
Adding your kids' names and pictures to your word wall is a great way to create interest. Make name cards for your classroom word wall with the free template. Directions are included in the article. These would be great for a preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, early childhood classroom. They can also be used for other name activities and labeling cubbies etc. throughout your classroom.
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English has a lot of commonly confused words. They either look alike, sound alike or, worst of all, look and sound alike but have completely different meanings. Other words look and sound different but are similar in meaning, and it’s hard to determine which is the correct one in a given context. Hopefully this list of commonly confused words will help you keep them straightened out. | Battle of the Commonly Misspelled or Misused Words from #YourDictionary
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