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  • Dolly Masri

    #LanguageArts #AnchorCharts This is a great anchor chart for "bossy e". If you click through to the linked blog post, you will find many more amazing anchor charts and ideas for teaching language arts.

  • Kelly Selvam

    Bossy e - long e Anchor Chart

  • Sandra Matusiak

    Silent e anchor chart. Integrated ELD

  • Chrissy Alcaraz

    Long vowel -fantastic anchor chart

  • Pam Beach

    Bossy e anchor chart. Teaching With Style!: Integrated ELD. However, I learned to call it Sneaky E which I like a lot better!

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Great site for anchor charts that can be used in elementary classrooms.

Bing : anchor charts for reading. Lol this actually was like duh for me, I don't remember learning these tricks like this

Would need to adjust to our 4-3-2-1 scale, but I like the idea behind this anchor chart

Bossy "E" --a great way to help students remember that when "E" shows up on the end of a word, it makes the vowel in the word say its name.

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First Grade Fresh - Has several vowel-sound anchor charts and other cute ideas

This download has all that you will need to set up a Successful Writing Center in your classroom. Includes posters, labels to make your own bigger anchor charts, writing sheets for students to write all different types of writing, plus other resources. Available in English or Spanish-Alma Almazan