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Common and Proper Nouns Chart

First Grade Fingerprints: Nouns with Proper Pete and common cat! Love this idea to teaching common and proper nouns! My kiddos already go nuts for Pete the Cat so this would be a good hook for them

Kids have a blast, boost fluency, practice 4 levels of comprehension, and are given tips and  clues by an animated character named "Lefty." Classroom created as a reading center to save planning time and practice nearly every skill daily.  Free trials for all to test it out and see if it's a fit!

With this literacy tool kids will have a blast and boost up their skills in fluency as they practice 4 levels of comprehension, and are given tips and clues by an animated character named "Lefty." This relates back to the standard

Print out this 2 sided chart (and laminate) for quick reference for: common, proper and plural nouns, adjectives, pronouns, verbs, adverbs, ...

Print out this 2 sided chart (and laminate) for quick reference for: common, proper and plural nouns, adjectives, pronouns

Clutter-Free Classroom: Visual Writing Rubric {INSPIRED}

Clutter-Free Classroom: Visual Writing Rubric {INSPIRED} the writing is too high level but I love the visual rubric idea .

Great way to teach nouns- each student gets a popsicle stick with a sentence on it and they have to identify the noun. Chart all of the nouns under the different categories & from there identify all of the proper nouns.

Write sentences on popsicle sticks (enough for each student). Have the students read the sentence to the class and chart the nouns. After the activity, students can create a foldable and write 5 nouns under each flap (person, place, thing).

Anchor Chart Eye Candy! - A Cupcake for the Teacher

noun anchor chart and many more! Kids could make these to differentiate types of nouns ( common, proper, possessive)

Printable *Grammar* Anchor Charts are HERE!

Sweet and Spicy Bacon Wrapped Chicken Tenders

I am uber-obsessed with anchor charts y'all! I love to have things hanging around my room that I use to teach with and that the kids are a.

CHART ORDER OF OPERATIONS GR 4-8

Chart order of operations gr 4-8

Advance students' growing math skills as you teach them the steps of solving complex math problems. Back of chart features reproducible sheets, activities, and helpful teaching tips. x classro

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