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  • Nicole Morgan

    Teaching: Crafting Power Sentences Anchor Chart

  • Sabrina Barr

    Power sentences anchor chart, and others for schema, visualizing - good ideas for making your charts portable, if you travel from room to room in your teaching day. From Teaching My Friends.

  • Candace Leatherman

    Teaching My Friends!: Anchor Charts. Lots of helpful ideas for explaining concepts. Sometimes I felt, as an adult who'd been out of school a long time, it was helpful to have clear, graphic explanations to help me then explain to child.

  • Kate Brown

    Crafting Power Sentences Writing sentences based on mood. We could use this in reading as well (explore several books to identify sentences that convey mood.)

  • Kayla Pierre

    Great teacher blog with lots of organizational and language arts ideas!

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