Ever seen this anchor chart for prepositions and wished you had a copy to print off yourself? Now you can!!!

Ever seen this anchor chart for prepositions and wished you had a copy to print off yourself? Now you can!!!

Adverbs anchor chart: I tell my students that adverbs "add" information to verbs. This helps make it easier for them to remember the function of an ADverb!

Infographic: 37 grammar rules you ain't got http://www.b2binsights.com/top-10-grammar-tips-for-every-business

Infographic: 37 grammar rules you ain't got http://www.b2binsights.com/top-10-grammar-tips-for-every-business

the most basic, self-explanatory 'map' of the parts of speech.  Great map of the parts of speech.  Using different colors provides a multi-sensory approach to teaching these.

the most basic, self-explanatory 'map' of the parts of speech. Great map of the parts of speech. Using different colors provides a multi-sensory approach to teaching these.

FREE - SCATTERGORIES: Creative Thinking Game for Classroom Fun. 50+ pages and over 25 categories included for the game. This games is based on Scattergories by Hasbro. Packet Includes: Directions, Game Rules, Answer Sheet Examples, Scattergories (3 Levels – More Challenging, Challenging and Less Challenging), Ink Friendly Scattergories (3 Levels) and Blank Scattergories

Scattergories: Creative Word Work Game for Kids

FREE - SCATTERGORIES: Creative Thinking Game for Classroom Fun. 50+ pages and over 25 categories included for the game. This games is based on Scattergories by Hasbro. Packet Includes: Directions, Game Rules, Answer Sheet Examples, Scattergories (3 Levels – More Challenging, Challenging and Less Challenging), Ink Friendly Scattergories (3 Levels) and Blank Scattergories

Prefixes and Suffixes, The Basics By Joan Whetzel Words are categorized by the way they are used in grammar and as parts of speech. The word types are: verbs, nouns, pronouns, adverbs, adjectives, prepositions, interjections, and conjunctions. Words have roots, which give them their basic meaning. Yet, there are ways to tweak those words to give them new meanings - by adding prefixes and suffixs.

Prefixes and Suffixes, The Basics

Prefixes and Suffixes, The Basics By Joan Whetzel Words are categorized by the way they are used in grammar and as parts of speech. The word types are: verbs, nouns, pronouns, adverbs, adjectives, prepositions, interjections, and conjunctions. Words have roots, which give them their basic meaning. Yet, there are ways to tweak those words to give them new meanings - by adding prefixes and suffixs.

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