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  • wendy goodman

    Greek and Latin roots. Grades 4-5. Roots... big in 5th grade Word Study. Plus, this blog has lots of other great anchor charts and organization ideas.

  • Rebecca Francko

    Root Words Anchor Chart. Perfect for the middle school LA classroom.

  • Lynette Circle

    Language arts 2012-13

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FREE. Excellent vocabulary activates that compliment the study of Greek and Latin etymology.

I have to teach this next year since I'm switching to 7th grade. Anyone else have any fun/memorable ways to teach Greek and Latin roots?

Adventures of a 6th Grade Teacher: interactive student notebook

Greek and Latin Roots Anchor Chart Anchors Away Monday

ahhhh hang up the higher order questions then you won't forget to ask the right questions the one day you are scored :)