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September 5, 2012 / the speech monster

Colorful (Colourful) Semantics II

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This post is an extension of the previous one about Colourful Semantics, a program that color codes different parts of speech in a sentence. I have just done up some Colourful Semantics dice to go along with the program, and found them quite fun to generate silly sentences. And we all know how much the kids love their ludicrous, crazy sentences!

I have uploaded a .gif image of a dice that you can add words and photos, print, laminate, cut, and fold into a dice. I have also uploaded four dice of different sentence parts I put together as an example. Please note that the graphics on there are from LessonPix.com, an amazing clip art and sound finder library and resource maker.

cube outline for making die

Who_Orange Card

What_Green Card

Where_Red Card

What_Doing_Yellow Card

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  1. mehrnoosh / Oct 24 2013 8:51 am

    Thank you very much, It was quite helpful.

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