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Making Connections Anchor Chart...can't find this on the blog (sigh), but it would be pretty easy to make!

Generating Questions Lesson: Create anchor chart, discuss how asking questions while reading keeps us engaged in the story and betters our comprehension. Next, we take a quick picture walk through a big book story, give each child a large sticky note and tell them to write a question they had about the story based on the pictures. Encourage students to start with the phrase, “I wonder if…”

The best writing always focuses in on one small scene. Needless to say, "What I Did Over Summer Vacation" is too sweeping of a topic to generate interesting narrative! Use this chart to help kids choose a topic.

One Fab Teacher: If You Don't Know, You Oughta Know! Personal Narrative Anchor Chart

Ed and ing endings. Great idea for the "Fix this sentence" class activity. Better than the white board!

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Commas in a series

Paula's note-add "idea," people forget that important part! Examples: a goal, a plan, a hypothesis, etc. A way to remember it is that these are things you can't touch but can be the "subject" of a sentence. "My plan is to educate everyone about nouns." "My goal is to be a great teacher." You can't touch the "plan" or the "goal,” but they are still nouns.

Summary anchor chart

Summary Anchor Chart

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Anchors Away Monday {7.14.14} Subjects & Predicates Anchor Chart

Main Idea Anchor Chart

Main idea anchor chart I like the clues to help find the main idea.

Lesson Plan Diva giving away 5 language arts interactive notebooks

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pinterest types of sentences | Anchor Chart. Punctuation Power/ 4 Types of Sentences | anchor charts

Subject and predicate - have students write a subject on one sentence and a predicate on a different sentence. Mix up in a bucket and have students choose of of each to create silly sentences!

hook or summarizing activity

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Story Structure Chart - Characters, Setting, & Plot (B, M, E = Beginning, Middle, End). PHOTO CREDIT - Highland First Grade

Not for kindergarten, but so cute and brilliant!

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Narrative Writing anchor chart that looks easy to do.