I think this is a fantastic tool to get students to expand their writing vocabulary. Having them make their own 'wheel of feelings' using a thesaurus would be even better.
((Yes, I've needed this for so long like you have I have waited))
Dictionary Dig activity - incorporates spelling words and research skills
Encourage descriptive writing with alternatives for "said"
Writing intense emotions can be difficult, especially when the character is so overwhelmed as to be "numb." Follow these 3 steps.
WordHippo.com is a website that will help you find the word you are looking for when you can only think of a phrase to describe it. ❖
33 Words to Use Instead of "Very"
Same here, Jacob. Same here... | I wish I was a wizard | Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them | Jacob Kowalski | JK Rowling
Thanks to @SusanFinnOnline for sharing this with me! Nine Unforgettable Tips for Writing Headlines that Work | Social Media Today
3 Ways to Expand a Child's Vocabulary (blog post). Tips apply to students of any age although blogger speaks of her experience with her 4 yr old son.