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Boost positive self-talk with a chart that turns negative feelings into happy ones. Scholars write down their negative emotions then rewrite them with a positive flair to aid in changing their outlook.
Sometimes the worst bully in a teenager's life is his or himself. Model the ways that ruminating on negative comments about oneself can drag a person down with a lesson in which they literally drag insulting words across the classroom...
Get an in depth look into irregular adverbs with an informative video that highlights adverbs, flat adverbs, and adverbs of frequency. Then, take the instruction one step further with an interactive pop quiz and review to check for...
Learners choose the better of two options to complete 10 sentences; they must choose the singular or plural form of the verb to match the compound subject, whether the nouns are connected by and or by neither/nor. They identify the words...
Change positive words to negative words using the magic of prefixes. Learners focus on the prefixes un- and dis- on this word-meaning worksheet. They read a brief introduction and then complete five sentences adding each of these...
Double negatives are a no-no in the English language, yet you hear people using them all the time. "I ain't got no pencils," is a classic example. This presentation addresses double negatives, and teaches learners how to avoid this...
You don't never use double negatives in English, but the grammar is slightly different in Spanish. Help your class grasp this concepts and pick up how to compose sentences that are negative, rather than affirmative with the information...
What double negatives are, and how to avoid using them, is the focus of this language arts worksheet. After a review of what double negatives are, students address 15 problems that have to do with double negatives.
In this positive and negative words activity, students study the word list and write P next to the word if the meaning is positive. Students write N if the meaning is negative.
This activity incorporates both Halloween and 7 "negative" words (nobody, neither/nor, nothing). The activity provides students with 7 "positive" words (everybody, either/or, everything) and are prompted to fill in the blank with the...