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Language Arts: Skills

Language Arts: Skills

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Grammar foldable that holds notes about the characteristics of the four sentence types. We add this to the Toolbox section of our notebooks.

The Curly Classroom: I {Heart} Notebooks

Idioms! Students focus on one idiom per week so that they have a complete collection of idioms learned by the end of the school year!

Figurative Language practice in Reader's Notebooks!

Idiom list for teaching Idioms. A great way to keep track of what has been taught and what still needs to be taught!

Wh Question posters! Free!

{FREE} Their, There and They're Posters

  • Mari Adkins
    Mari Adkins

    "over there, they're watching their cow." :)

FREE Adverb List

Give copies of this Figurative Language Chart to your students as a reference tool. It has definitions and examples of all the terms. Also included in my upgraded packet are ready to print student worksheets with answers. priced item

Sequencing anchor chart

Teaching prepositions (link doesn't work)

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Punctuation Song Posters

Skills Challenge of the Week is a weekly approach for reviewing different skills that include: root words, similes, metaphors, idioms, irregular ve...

The Story of Greek Roots is a simple picture book authored to introduce the concept of Greek and Latin roots.

Root Word Trees

root words

root words

Long and Short Vowel Study

Really fun idea for prefixes/suffixes/vocabulary!

anchor chart


Idiom of the Week: 60 different Idiom Posters to choose from with definitions and sentences!

homophones book

Spelling and Writing

Create●Teach●Share: Boggle Board w/ Printable!!!

Where is everyone? :)

Notice how the "ed" are old people because--it happened in the past and the "ing" are first graders because--it is happening now!!