7 Amazing Anchor Charts | Scholastic.com The Teacher: Teresa Potosky, first-grade teacher, Dumont, New Jersey, and blogger at A Cupcake for the Teacher The Inspiration: “We create our anchor charts as a class,” says Potosky, who worked with her students
FREE!!! This contains one match up game. It is dealing with 4 parts of speech; adverbs, verbs, adjectives, and nouns. They match the correct part of speech with the word. So a pencil goes with a paper.This also contains a recording sheet for answers, and sentences.
This board helps my students remember some of the word parts we have highlighted throughout the year. Greek and Latin word parts are the toughest (we put those in the root section), but once they master them, they can continuously add examples (leaves) throughout the year seeing their vocabulary and the tree get thicker and thicker!
$2.00 #phonics #alphabet Phonics: Lowercase/Capital Letter and Beginning Sound Match-Up Game Fishy, Fishy in the Brook Fishy, Fishy, in the Brook is a game that can be differentiated for different groups of children to meet their needs. The packet conta