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    Sentence Surgery…laminated unedited sentence strips, bandaid strips for ending punctuation, small round bandages for commas and quotations, tongue depressors to mark capitalization, and ‘Emergency Kit’ paper bags w/ red cross on them (to keep surgery supplies).

    Inferring Anchor Chart

    Perfect for teaching vivid verbs

    I Like It!! ->Evidence Based Words: fifth grade anchor charts | Check out this anchor chart from Jennifer Hartley's 5th-Grade class: #guided #reading #teaching #elementary #literacy #anchor #charts

    Would You Rather? | Asking students to choose their own path and justify it- This site is awesome!

    Nouns anchor chart idea

    Cause and Effect anchor chart and SO many more!

    A Cupcake for the Teacher: Anchor Chart Eye Candy!

    adjectives anchor chart!

    This is a colorful and creative way to teach students about superlative and comparative adjectives. Display this poster in the classroom, and students interact by placing their sticky notes on the board, and saying why they placed them where they did.

    Teacher Laura: Systematic ELD Sentence Frames for Kindergarten

    Adverbs of frequency explained with percentages - perfect!


    Mrs. Dwyer's A+ Firsties: Five for Friday~Work on Writing

    Common core asked for more evidence from reading to support opinions.

    Evidence Based Terms for Constructed Response

    Fun way to practice adjectives... would be a great picture to display, too.

    "I am" boards - Great for finding Adjectives!

    The ESOL Odyssey: Equivalent Fractions, Hands-on Discovery, and Using Academic Language

    Sentence frames for Math Talk! Good example of supporting academic language

    have a math word wall in your classroom for academic language - great for ELL

    Make these into mangets for the white board. Then write the sequence of events for students to read/process individually. ADD a STOP so that students Stop for check-ins with teacher before proceeding.

    Prepositions Anchor Chart

    Follow directions to place bandaids on a toy and combine with prepositions (between puppy's eyes, behind puppy's ears).

    Basic vocabulary, like knowing prepositions, is necessary for beginning readers. Teach prepositions with this simple game.@LLJournalAust: