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Bossy R Activities For First Grade - Firstieland

Teach your students about r-controlled vowels with these fun Bossy R activities that include the story of the Bossy R Sisters, games, printables and more!

Verb Tenses Anchor Chart and Activities - Grab your bags we're going on a safari and we're going to learn about verb tenses! How sweet is this to learn more about a word! Teaching Grammar, Teaching Writing, Teaching English, Grammar Activities, English Grammar, Grammar Games, Math Writing, Listening Activities, Vocabulary Games

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Creative ESL Teaching Notes and Ideas – ESL Buzz

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Using CompOund Sentences is a HUGE Fourth Grade Writing Skill that we work on all year! - Fourth Grade Space Teaching Grammar, Teaching Language Arts, Teaching Writing, Writing Activities, Kindergarten Writing, Teaching Ideas, Teaching Posters, Teaching Outfits, Teaching Spanish

Using CompOund Sentences is a HUGE Fourth Grade Writing Skill that we work on all year!

Here is an anchor chart that can help you remember compound sentences.

30 anchor charts for reading elementary school inference anchor chart grade Reading Lessons, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Teaching Ideas, Reading Activities, Guided Reading, Library Lessons, Close Reading, Library Skills

21 Anchor Charts That Teach Reading Comprehension - WeAreTeachers

Borrow from the best! These teachers have created amazingly effective anchor charts for reading comprehension skills. You're going to love them all!

Story elements anchor chart - grade focus in reading. You can read a story and have students draw the story elements Plot Anchor Chart, Ela Anchor Charts, Kindergarten Anchor Charts, Kindergarten Reading, Teaching Reading, Character Anchor Charts, Learning, Guided Reading, Teaching

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Teaching Ideas For Elementary Teachers

30 Awesome Anchor Charts to Spice Up Your Classroom – Bored Teachers If you don't already use them in your classroom, you're going to love using these next school year. Anchor charts are awesome tools for teaching just about any Kindergarten Anchor Charts, Writing Anchor Charts, Kindergarten Literacy, Questioning Anchor Chart, Grammar Anchor Charts, Anchor Charts First Grade, Preschool Charts, Preschool Learning, 1st Grade Writing

30 Awesome Anchor Charts to Spice Up Your Classroom

If you don't already use them, you're going to love using these this school year. Anchor charts are awesome tools for teaching just about any subject!

Contractions Anchor Chart- need to make! Teaching Grammar, Teaching Language Arts, Classroom Language, Teaching Writing, Teaching Ideas, Creative Teaching, Teaching English, Grammar Skills, Grammar Activities

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While my hubby is out living it up, celebrating St. Patrick’s Day like the Irishman he isn’t… I’m here, procrastinating. I’m usually not at all, one to put things off, but I don’t know any teacher who enjoys doing what I have to do and in the words of Junie B. “It’s name is report ... Read more PRO-crastination

 These teachers have created amazingly effective anchor charts for reading comprehension skills. Reading Lessons, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Guided Reading, Teaching Ideas, Reading Logs, Reading Groups, Close Reading, Reading Activities

35 Anchor Charts That Nail Reading Comprehension

When you want students to understand what reading looks like.

Chart ROUND UP! Lots of different anchor chart ideas here for Kindergarten.Anchor Chart ROUND UP! Lots of different anchor chart ideas here for Kindergarten. Ela Anchor Charts, Kindergarten Anchor Charts, Reading Anchor Charts, Kindergarten Literacy, Anchor Charts First Grade, Adjective Anchor Chart, Teaching Phonics, Teaching Reading, Guided Reading

30 Awesome Anchor Charts to Spice Up Your Classroom

If you don't already use them in your classroom, you're going to love using these next school year. Anchor charts are awesome tools for teaching just about any

Teaching İdeas 300474606369284649 - Here is a simple foldable, that students can make, to demonstrate compound words. You can also use this same foldable to show contractions. All you need is paper, scissors, and pencils. Source by montoircartfb Teaching Aids, Teaching Activities, Teaching Reading, Kids Learning, Teaching Tools, Punctuation Activities, English Activities For Kids, Grammar Games, Teaching Grammar

Compound Words Foldable

Here is a simple foldable, that students can make, to demonstrate compound words. You can also use this same foldable to show contractions. All you need is A4 paper, scissors, and pencils.

Here is a simple foldable, that students can make, to demonstrate compound words. You can also use this same foldable to show contractions. All you need is paper, scissors, and pencils. Spelling Activities, Preschool Learning Activities, Teaching Ideas, Phonics Worksheets, Alphabet Templates, Sound Words, Teaching Grammar, Teaching Writing, Teaching English

Compound Words Foldable

Here is a simple foldable, that students can make, to demonstrate compound words. You can also use this same foldable to show contractions. All you need is A4 paper, scissors, and pencils.