Learn how using anchor charts in your classroom can really help your students learn tricky concepts and become better readers.

20 Perfect Anchor Charts for Teaching Phonics and Blends

TEACH YOUR CHILD TO READ - Learn how using anchor charts in your classroom can really help your students learn tricky concepts and become better readers. Super Effective Program Teaches Children Of All Ages To Read.

Classroom Freebies: I Mustache You A Question Packet

I Mustache You A Question Packet

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Questioning Words Anchor Chart Credit: The Love of Coaching

Questioning Words Anchor Chart- I like the inclusion of question words. This needs to be the shape of a question mark!

"Wrote 20 sentences on Popsicle sticks that contained different types of nouns (person, place, thing, common, proper, and even pronouns). I had each student read their sentence aloud to the class, and we all searched for the nouns to chart!  Once we finished making our list, I went through and circled all of the proper nouns. Then, my kiddos had to figure out what all of the circled words had in common.  I had the kids make a noun foldable. I asked them to write/draw 5 nouns under each…

First Grade Idea: Great way to teach nouns- each student gets a popsicle stick with a sentence on it and they have to identify the noun. Chart all of the nouns under the different categories from there identify all of the proper nouns.

Teaching Questioning as a Comprehension Strategy

Teaching Questioning as a Comprehension Strategy

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