When you write something–either for work or for fun–the purpose is to convey meaning and engage whoever reads it. Knowing how to use the figures of speech in your writing can take it to the next level, and this table can help show you how. Comments
This is such a clever idea! Karyn Tripp, the brainy-mom behind Periodic Table Battleship, states this game is great for kids of any age to learn about the Periodic Table. She told the Huffington Post, “I came up with the idea because we play Battleship a lot at our house…I was studying
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This time of year there’s no one more highly organized than a teacher. In addition to getting all those seating charts, lesson plans, and assignments in hand, an ultra-tidy classroom space makes all the rest of those tasks easier. So you can bet teachers keep their rooms and desks shipshape. Luckily, that means there’s lots of smart, crafty, even downright cheap ideas out there to crib from.