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$ Grammar Poster Set (Noun, Adjective, Pronoun, Past Tense & many more) This poster set includes posters for Noun, Adjective, Verb, Conjunction, Pronoun, Singular, Plural, Punctuation, Past Tense and the Verb 'To Have'.

For my future kids library wall - Grammar Poster Set (Noun, Adjective, Pronoun, Past Tense & many more)

Give every student one - great for when they are writing about characters..

For all the writers out there it can be difficult finding the perfect emotion for your character, whether your character is sad, angry, or surprised those words can seem to get a bit boring. so i introduce the Writer's Wheel of emotion. Enjoy - J.

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Pixar's 22 rules of Storytelling-- This is a cool list of story telling rules. You would think the wonderful writer's from Pixar would know a trick or two about how to write an entertaining story.

Describe your bad guy

What makes the bad guy a bad guy is as important as the bad guy himself. 100 Characteristics of the "Bad Guy" Antagonist

thescriptlab: Some good advice. - Daily Writing Tips

If your protagonist has no goal, makes no choices, has no struggle to overcome, you have not plot." Steven James in Story Trumps Structure.

600 Other Ways to Say Common Things: Improving Student Vocabulary

200 Ways to Say Went. My grade English teacher always said "There are two words you do not use very often in writing: said and went. There are many better substitutes.