The Nine Parts of Speech Three little words you often see, Are articles - a, an, and the. A noun's the name of anything As school, garden, hoop, or swing. An adjective tells the kind of noun - Great, small, pretty, white, or brown. Instead of nouns the pronouns stand - Her head, his face, your arm, my hand. Verbs tell of something to be done, To read, sing, jump, or run.
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In general this site had a lot of organization tips for the classroom, but the one I liked the most is the one pictured. Teachers use flip charts a lot to write out ideas about stories. Afterwards, teachers usually through out the charts. However, with this strategy, teachers can save the chart for a later use! -- Kelsey Burke
anchor chart pumpkins. I love this idea for a classroom, you can have the chart up for all of fall and refer to the words used to describe the outside and inside for writing activities. This Pumpkin investigation provides math and reading opportunities. The bottom portion gives the kids ownership over the chart and doing it as a class after reading a fun linked book would give the same feelings.