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Might do...great idea. Linking Verbs

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@Sue Goldberg Goldberg Goldberg Goldberg Goldberg Kapovich capitalizing, not sure how you do capitalizing with your first graders but I saw this and had to share!

Compound Sentences with Grog & Sheep

Compound sentences ~Freebie

Pumpkins "Simple Research" Writing Mini Unit ~ w/ Literacy and Math printables!!! Great for 1st-2nd Grade!!!! 90 pages of leveled learning to fit the needs of your students!!!!

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Sweet Nouns! Color by the code: person, place or thing. Such a fun way to reinforce a simple grammar concept!

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Types of sentences anchor chart. Different sentence types.

Pronoun anchor chart.

possessive nouns

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