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List Of Positive Adjectives

Some people may feel that complimenting others isn't necessary and is over rated...but they're wrong! As rare as most of us receive it...for most people, it never gets old to receive an authentic compliment. You'd be surprised how far you can get, just by making others feel good and appreciated! ツ It's a great skill to learn to do well and a great thing to be remembered for!

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Teaching about character traits. Substitutes for generic terms like "mean" or "good" for when writers need to be more specific.

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from WriteAtHome® Posters

100 Ways to Say "Good" Poster

Good writing avoids bland adjectives like good. This poster helps young writers find more specific and vivid alternatives. An excellent tool for building vocabu

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Valentine's Day Class Compliments

Valentine's Day Class Compliments - a sweet little freebie to build classroom community and help students appreciate one another.

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We have enough pressures to deal with when it comes to cultivating self-love—the picture perfect images in the media, the advertisements urging us to change how we look, and the sometimes negative words from those around us—and the last thing we should be doing is adding to that by talking to ourselves negatively. One way to focus on the more positive aspects of you is to choose a (positive!) word of the day.

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Myers and Briggs Personality Types: INFP Profile

INFP // describing words {Every test I've taken over the years said I was INFJ. Took one that broke things down into percentages and it said I am more INFP, followed by INFJ (and then ENFJ and a few others). Hadn't read anything on INFP's before.}

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