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This is a great sample character map: the blue stickies describe her and the pink stickies give examples from the text, or evidence.

During our morning meeting, we color code the message. Everyday we look for capital letters and color them green, punctuation is red, and sight words are in orange.

Punctuation Chart for Kindergarten/First grade. Write one sentence, come up with ways to change it to use different punctuation.

First Grade Friendly Froggies: Favorite Pins Friday! Wow...from 1st grade my 8th graders don't remember to do this

First Grade Fairytales: Ten Pin Linky: Reading Ideas GIVEAWAY reminder!

like this anchor... {freebie packed} .....Follow for Free 'too-neat-not-to- keep' literacy tools fun teaching stuff :) ......

This is from the Inspired Apple. Love this anchor chart! :-)

Road Trip Activities for 2 Year Olds....Very well written with feedback about how the packs actually worked with her son.

advertisements, commercials, book covers to teach author's purpose.

What Does The Shape Say? |n pre-k have the kids dictate what each shape says.

Pronouns! - Step into 2nd Grade with Mrs. Lemons

Really good idea to use for any topic... after reading one book, write what they found out in one color. After reading another, another color.

Love the idea of having a visual of what their desk should look like inside.

I absolutely LOVE these anchor posters. I use them everyday in my classroom. The best part is they are FREE. :)

Teaching beginning, middle, and end.