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My daughter Has to Draw a picture of some words showing what the mean?

My daughter Has to Draw a picture of some words showing what the mean? Topic: Essays on mothers and daughters
July 19, 2019 / By Adeno
Question: For example she has the word Cry she is going to draw a face with tears She has the words Sigh ,Gentle,tough Rough soft and soft she said she can draw Clouds cause there soft it just the other ones we can't think of She is in 4th grade Can you please help
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Stella Stella | 2 days ago
For "sigh", she could draw a picture of someone sitting at a desk and working on something that's very hard (such as a math problem, essay, etc). Make sure the person's facial expression looks frustrated or confused, etc. Then she could draw a speech bubble over the person like in they do in cartoon, and put the word "sigh" in the speech bubble. For "Tough", she could draw a man with big muscles. Hands on hips, showing them off! Another idea is to draw a table with lots of heavy objects on top of it, to demonstrate that the table is tough enough to handle the load. For "Gentle", try a mother holding a baby...or like someone else said, petting a cat would be another good idea. You might also want to try typing these words in Google's image search and see what comes up, that can give you some ideas as well.
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Stella Originally Answered: My daughter Has to Draw a picture of some words showing what the mean?
For "sigh", she could draw a picture of someone sitting at a desk and working on something that's very hard (such as a math problem, essay, etc). Make sure the person's facial expression looks frustrated or confused, etc. Then she could draw a speech bubble over the person like in they do in cartoon, and put the word "sigh" in the speech bubble. For "Tough", she could draw a man with big muscles. Hands on hips, showing them off! Another idea is to draw a table with lots of heavy objects on top of it, to demonstrate that the table is tough enough to handle the load. For "Gentle", try a mother holding a baby...or like someone else said, petting a cat would be another good idea. You might also want to try typing these words in Google's image search and see what comes up, that can give you some ideas as well.

Queen Queen
Those kinds of strategies for vocabulary development are best if the child comes up with pictures or symbols that make sense to them, not necessarily to anyone else. Remember, the goal here is to teach her the words, not communicate the meanings to others. Ask her what she sees when she hears each word and draw that.
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Meadow Meadow
Sigh is a hard one! Maybe someone looking at a dropped icecream cone with their shoulders down. Gentle: someone petting a cat or holding a baby. Rough: football players in a pile up. Hope this helps.
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Lavena Lavena
sigh - some one stressed out at work. gentle - a mother holding a baby. tough - a man on a motorcycle soft - animal like a kitten or bunny.
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Jocelin Jocelin
when doing sigh, try making the eyes seem like theyre rolling lol..might help the idea that theyre not please..xD Rough, could do a rock..rocks are rough kinda.. Tough, rope..I dont know..xD im not very helpful lol, haven't got my thinking cap on :p
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Jocelin Originally Answered: How would I draw a picture of this? (homework help)?
for militarism you could draw a picture of Europe but the major countries could be shaped like weapons like GB could be a grenade, Italy could be a machine gun, Germany a pickelhelm (german pointed helmet) France a tank (tanks introduced in WWI by British) Russia like a large artillery piece for stalemate you could have the kaiser pushing on a mirror image of Petain or tug of war with leaders or symbols (uncle sam) trench warfare you could draw a trench system that appeared like you would fall down far and into hell if you fell in

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