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Antonyms, synonyms, & homonyms chart.

Antonyms, synonyms, & homonyms chart the students could complete on an index card. The teacher can then ask if their card goes under antonyms, synonyms, or homonyms

Anchor Charts - noun, verb, adjective, synonym, antonym, illustrator, author

Literacy anchor charts for parts of speech.perfect for my kids that always struggle to remember the differences between some of these!

Guest Blogger - Ideas for bulletin boards and anchor charts

I like the idea of an antonym chart. The first like can read: are opposites; then they can make up the antonyms for each letter. (See synonym chart)

Let's Get Poppin' with Adjectives {First Grade Adjective Activity} - The Inspired Apple

Let's Get Poppin' with Adjectives {First Grade Adjective Activity

Hooked on Teaching: Capitals Anchor Chart and FREE Valentine Making Words Activity

September- Hooked on Teaching: Capitals Anchor Chart and FREE Valentine Making Words Activity

Noun and Verb Sorting Activity

Parts of Speech: The Noun/Verb Sort

Noun / Verb Sort- modify whole group sort can add or illustrate with pictures- go a step further and add an adjective to describe the nouns

Teaching irregular plurals

simple and cheap way to practice plural nouns. Fold down flap to make plural word. Good idea for a grab bag of irregular plurals.

First Grade Wow: Fiction and Non Fiction

Fiction NonFiction Have this sign at the center and have kids sort books according to their attributes. (Cover spine labels at first and then reveal them to help connect fiction/nonfiction with Dewey!

Reading journal time line...way cooler than a reading log.

Reader Notebook

The Reader's Notebook timeline. A great way to display all the books your students and kids read in a year with a little synopsis.

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