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parts of a paragraph

Parts of a Paragraph - Printable Alphabet, Grammar, Writing and Reading Teacher Resources :: Teach This Classroom poster


Free Classroom Poster: Parts of a Paragraph - Classroom Posters & Charts - Edgalaxy: Where Education and Technology Meet. by marcella

Grammar Rules: Where to Put a Comma - 13 Comma Rules - With Examples - StuckAtHomeMom.com

Great chart with comma rules because use is one of the hardest things to grasp. Depending on what level I'm teaching, some of these comma rules may be too advanced.

PIE:  Author's Purpose   (P= Persuade; I = Inform; E = Entertain)  (It bugs me that this picture doesn't show it in PIE order!).  I would have to add a different political figure;)

PIE: Author& Purpose (P= Persuade; I = Inform; E = Entertain) (It bugs me that this picture doesn& show it in PIE order! I would have to add a different political figure;

Contractions Poster  FREE. My kids always have a tough time with contractions, can't ever have enough resources for them!

Most kids have a tough time with contractions. Using multiple resources helps "layer" the instruction!


An English Skills poster which demonstrates figures of speech on one side and common grammar mistakes on the other side. Would be useful displayed in a classroom for students to refer to during writing activities.

Hamburger paragraph writing

Sandwich Graphic Organizer for writing good paragraphs. I have always liked the sandwich metaphor. If the bottom piece of bread is not there, the whole thing falls apart.

we did this last year It helped me remember so much @Ashley Sage @Mallory Gibson

A bulletin board twist to the common analogy ~ writing a paragraph is like making a great hamburger: you need a top and a bottom bun (opening and closing sentences), with lots in the middle (the details/body).

Trash can thesaurus. "Throw out" over used words and give alternative words to use

Writing Workshop Series: Post #1 Writers' Notebooks

Trash Can Thesaurus—Throw away over used words & replace with others! (Teaching Literacy, Literacy Tips)