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Got a favorite color? Well, what does your favorite color say about you? Check this artistic infographic for answers and fascinating color facts. Important when choosing brand colors!

Got a favorite color? Well, what does your favorite color say about you? Check this artistic infographic for answers and fascinating color facts. Important when choosing brand colors! Have to agree with what it says about my favorite color.

Worksheets: Context Clues: Word Mystery. Context clues are one spot in reading where my students flail about like they're drowning. DLR?

Context clues worksheets help your child read between the lines. Try this context clues worksheet with your young reader to help him infer based on text.

Great way to present context clues.

Types of Context Clues Anchor Chart (FREEBIE included!) rearrange the list and you have the acronym IDEAS which might help kids remember the different types of context clues.

For GRILLING steak - I start the grill, heat up on high for 5+ minutes before putting the steak on.  I cook on MED. We like our steaks less pink & Medium to Medium Well, so we add 2 minutes per side.  (And 2 minutes or more per side if they are extra thick steaks).  Only flip ONCE.  Add a pat of butter & dash of salt, and no Steak Sauce needed.

Make the perfect steak! I wish Restaurants will get this right. I love my steak Medium Rare. I normally receive it medium well according to this picture.

Why do we add S to some words but ES to others? And when a word ends with Y, how do we know whether to change the Y to I before adding the plural suffix? And why on earth does knife become knives? You can unravel these mysteries with six simple rules.

The six simple rules when working with plurals. A more in depth poster with more examples of plural words and the rules when writing them. A great classroom aid for students to look at when stuck with spelling in the classroom.

Have you ever ... present perfect - B1

Have you ever . present perfect - Good for practising that we use the perfect aspect of the verb (fly, flew, flown; steal, stole, stolen) when askin questions