Anchor charts Capital Letters. You would think 4th graders wouldn't need this, but they do!

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What gets a capital letter?- This anchor chart tells all the different things that get a capital letter. Using anchor charts are a DAP.

Teaching fractions with play-doh! This help students visualize fraction games that will help them understand fractions conceptually.

Teaching fractions with play-doh! This help students visualize fraction games that will help them understand fractions conceptually. Hands-on fractions.make your own play-doh.

Fun game for verbs! This is a great idea for a 5 or 10 min. time filler!

Parts of speech- verbs. Fun game for learning action verbs. This would be even better if the kids got to do some of the actions!

FREE Printable Figurative Language Anchor Chart Illustrated Posters

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Cupcake Contraction Sort. Students can use this activity as an opportunity to learn what exactly contractions are. Art is used through choosing colors (warm/cool) to make their cupcake and designing it as they choose. Along with art students learn language arts and reading to learn what exactly each contraction is and using art to learn them. Grades 3rd to 5th can use this fun art activity.

Students can use this activity as an opportunity to learn what exactly contractions are. Art is used through choosing colors (warm/cool) to make their cupcake and designing it as they choose. Along with art students learn la

This is a good poster idea to use for an English/Language Arts classroom to show students how they should be writing their paragraphs/papers. KR

This is a good poster idea to use for an English/Language Arts classroom to show students how they should be writing their paragraphs/papers. Fourth Grade: Visual Representation, Viewing, and Writing

FREE kid friendly syllable rules poster

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Figurative Language Anchor Chart Activity {free materials to make one for your classroom!} by Crafting Connections!

After this activity the students will be able to define different literary devices and create sentences using them. Figurative Language Anchor Chart Activity {free materials to make one for your classroom!} by Crafting Connections!

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