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  • Lisa Johnson

    Lots of great charts to help with writing and language arts

  • Nicole Sawyer

    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.

  • Rachel E. J.

    Roots... Word Study. Plus, this blog has lots of other great anchor charts and organization ideas.

  • Jenna Blair

    Roots... big in 4th grade Word Study and pretty sure it's now under 2nd grade common core. Plus, this blog has lots of other great anchor charts and organization ideas.

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Word Study: Latin and Greek Root/Affix Reference Table

This classroom tested game has the students actively engaged in learning Greek and Latin Roots. They talk the roots out while trying to find match...

Foldable idea for root words On top of the flap they wrote the word they chose. Under the flap they had to write the definition and a sentence, some chose to draw a picture too.

Greek and Latin Roots Anchor Chart Anchors Away Monday

Why do we read nonfiction (for those kids who need that little extra push). My cousin teaches jr high and had the kids read part of the Zombie Survival Manual for her nonfiction section. They LOVED it.

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

FREE activities that are perfect for Greek and Latin root word study.

Got to Teach!: Teaching Greek and Latin Roots

Expository Text: This is a great chart to use when starting to introduce expository text. This is great helping students learn how to start adding information to their writing. This is a easy map that you can creat with your students or post to the wall after expository text has been introduced to the class.

Greek and Latin Roots: Interactive Notebook! Combines the instructional value of Greek and Latin roots with the active engagement of Interactive Notebooks. $