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Like it. Yes. Will write more in a day or two.
My next blog post is the one I’m writing for you, BTW!
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Teaching adjectives is one of my favorite topics. You get a lot of ideas of teaching them and they are very communicative. It encourages my students to talk and at the same time they have fun. Your activities look exciting. I can’t wait to try them on to my students.
Thanks for the feedback, John. Let me know how it goes,
I have found your website very useful. Thnks for sharing.
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I like these activities. I was wondering how would you teach a 5 year old child who has an expressive language delay? What kind of games would you use to improve their adjective use? I’ve browsed the internet and I am not finding anything worth using,
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