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  • Kate Maloney

    writing anchor charts

  • McLaine Thomas

    This is a capitalization anchor chart. This could be use to help remind students what to capitalize, and why the word needs a capital letter. This could be used in the classroom as a reminder to the students to capitalize important words.

  • Megan Bledden

    love teaching ideas!

  • Claire Barsky

    Language arts- capitalization anchor chart

  • Kasey Page

    capitalization anchor chart. love this for 1st grade.

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