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"No Excuses List" ~ A list of things there is no excuse to submit work without. Could be adapted for any grade level. (Free idea ~ I'm going to introduce this Monday!

Personal narrative anchor chart for teaching writing to first, second, and third graders #anchorcharts #teachingwriting

Personal Narrative Writing

Personal narrative anchor chart for teaching writing to first, second, and third graders #anchorcharts #teachingwriting

Mall-ards Marvelous Menu: Letter Combinations and Blends Chart with chants

Anchor Chart: Letter Combinations and Blends Chart. This chart is a helpful tool for students to learn letter combinations as well as a visual and an example for them to see it.

Great Anchor Chart on Making Connections...includes student worksheet

Making Connections Anchor Chart: Can be shown in a different way for upper grades. Still a good basic chart to remind students as they read. Anchor charts are a main element of a literacy-rich classroom

Personal Narrative using "The Relatives Came to Town" - great for the week after Thanksgiving!

personal narratives - pinning as an idea for creating anchor charts for student projects in upper grades. I give my middle and high school students handout after handout, but having a chart like this might be helpful. by kendra

Noun anchor chart

Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing or speaking. Use collective nouns (e. Kids could make these to differentiate types of nouns ( common, proper, possessive)

Capital Letters Anchor Chart for Kindergarten and First Grade

9 Must Make Anchor Charts for Writing

This is a capitalization anchor chart. This could be use to help remind students what to capitalize, and why the word needs a capital letter. This could be used in the classroom as a reminder to the students to capitalize important words.

Anchor Chart for Close Reading in Second Grade

Anchor Chart for Close Reading in Second Grade

22 Awesome First Grade Anchor Charts That We Can't Wait to Use - WeAreTeachers

22 Awesome First Grade Anchor Charts That We Can't Wait to Use

22 Awesome First Grade Anchor Charts That We Can't Wait to Use - WeAreTeachers

Are you teaching students to identify the four types of sentences? Check out this blog post. It contains multiple activities that you can use in your upper elementary classroom! Check out the types of sentences anchor chart and download the FREE worksheet and interactive notebook foldable!

Types of Sentences- An Anchor Chart and FREE Resources!

"Who is Telling the Story?" (point of view anchor chart)

A Peek at My Week {9.7.14} Imagery, Dialogue & Point of View

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