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  • Jessica Farren

    Verb anchor chart - helping and linking verbs are coming up for my kiddos!

  • Patty Kucera

    verb anchor chart You can hang this up in your classroom so that students always them when they may have issues reusing certain words a lot. This chart may give them an idea of a different verb they could be using.

  • Jennifer Lawton-Godziuk

    Verb anchor posters | Step into 2nd Grade with Mrs. Lemons: Verb Activities!

  • Linda Gibelyou

    Verb Anchor Chart. Language arts. English.

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There are some great 2nd Grade anchor charts on this site -- by the Groovy Grandma!

I saw this posted in education, but makes me smile because I still remember all 23 helping verbs from my 6th grade English class. Mrs. Rosin told us we had to memorize them and that we would know them for life and well, she was right!

I like the idea of creating an in-progress chart during a literary unit, but I like the idea of putting a "We Learned..." note attached to posters/graphics around the room to reinforce what was learned in that activity.