Help students develop their vocabulary by displaying these Synonym Posters in your classroom. Instead of using basic words, students can integrate these synonyms into their writing. Words chosen on the Synonym Posters are ones used frequently by students and include: Big, Small, Smart, Fast, Happy, Stop, Like, Funny, Take, Think, True, Strange, Use, Have, Calm, Tasty, Amazing, Pretty, Interesting and Look. © Tales From Miss D

Help students develop their vocabulary by displaying these Synonym Posters in your classroom. Instead of using basic words, students can integrate these synonyms into their writing. Words chosen on the Synonym Posters are ones used frequently by students and include: Big, Small, Smart, Fast, Happy, Stop, Like, Funny, Take, Think, True, Strange, Use, Have, Calm, Tasty, Amazing, Pretty, Interesting and Look. © Tales From Miss D

Anchor Chart Challenge Day 1: Synonym/Antonym | MAYBE TODAY THEY'LL GET IT!

Anchor Chart Challenge Day 1: Synonym/Antonym | MAYBE TODAY THEY'LL GET IT!

Silence noun 1. deep silence and calm; stillnesss. synonyms: quietness, quiet, silence, stillness, hush, soundlessness Just be still and know that he is God. Stop worrying and doubting God. We are always looking at what we do not have, instead of looking at what we do have and being thankful. God just wants you to say thank you. He has your children under control do not sit up all night concern. Matthew 6:27- Can any one of you by worrying add a single hour to your life. Stop giving up every

Silence noun 1. deep silence and calm; stillnesss. synonyms: quietness, quiet, silence, stillness, hush, soundlessness Just be still and know that he is God. Stop worrying and doubting God. We are always looking at what we do not have, instead of looking at what we do have and being thankful. God just wants you to say thank you. He has your children under control do not sit up all night concern. Matthew 6:27- Can any one of you by worrying add a single hour to your life. Stop giving up every

stol·id  ˈstäləd/  adjective  adjective: stolid  (of a person) calm, dependable, and showing little emotion or animation.  synonyms:impassive, phlegmatic, unemotional,cool, calm, placid, unexcitable;  dependable;   unimaginative, dull  "her stolid facade is somewhat unnerving"  antonyms:emotional, lively, imaginative  Origin  late 16th century: from obsolete French stolide or Latin stolidus (perhaps related to stultus ‘foolish’).

stol·id ˈstäləd/ adjective adjective: stolid (of a person) calm, dependable, and showing little emotion or animation. synonyms:impassive, phlegmatic, unemotional,cool, calm, placid, unexcitable; dependable; unimaginative, dull "her stolid facade is somewhat unnerving" antonyms:emotional, lively, imaginative Origin late 16th century: from obsolete French stolide or Latin stolidus (perhaps related to stultus ‘foolish’).

Synonym Word Wall  Help students develop their vocabulary by displaying this word wall in your classroom. Instead of using basic words, students can integrate these synonyms into their writing.  Words chosen are ones used frequently by students. These include:  Big, Small, Smart, Fast, Happy, Stop, Like, Funny, Take, Think, True, Strange, Use, Have, Calm, Tasty, Amazing, Pretty, Interesting and Look.

Synonym Word Wall Help students develop their vocabulary by displaying this word wall in your classroom. Instead of using basic words, students can integrate these synonyms into their writing. Words chosen are ones used frequently by students. These include: Big, Small, Smart, Fast, Happy, Stop, Like, Funny, Take, Think, True, Strange, Use, Have, Calm, Tasty, Amazing, Pretty, Interesting and Look.

Trauma Seeking Feedback Loop 6 Synonyms: Resolution Block Feedback Loop. This is why therapy helps. We get to share our emotions in a safe contained space with someone we can get to trust and don't have to let them caged or bottled up. It gives us a safe outlet to talk about our pain, despair, stressors, etc. even when we are not ready to take action

Trauma Seeking Feedback Loop 6 Synonyms: Resolution Block Feedback Loop. This is why therapy helps. We get to share our emotions in a safe contained space with someone we can get to trust and don't have to let them caged or bottled up. It gives us a safe outlet to talk about our pain, despair, stressors, etc. even when we are not ready to take action

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