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FREE Printable Figurative Language Anchor Chart Illustrated Posters - Homeschool Giveaways
Facebook Twitter Pinterest Each poster/card has a definition and an illustrated example. The figurative language covered in these printables are alliteration, hyperbole, idioms, metaphors personification, onomatopoeia, and similes. They look good printed in color or black and white. They print out at a size of 11″ wide by 4.25″ tall (after cutting). GET THEM HERERead More
Writing Hooks Anchor Chart Free Writing Poster
This writing workshop poster set can be used to create your own anchor chart and includes an individual size page for students to reference when they begin a new story. This poster is a sample of my Writing Workshop Anchor Charts--The COMPLETE Bundle set. IMPORTANT: This anchor chart is NOT EDITABL...
Saturday fun with Mr. Sketch
I had an enchanted date with Mr. Sketch this afternoon. While both of my girls were sleeping (never happens, EVER!!!) I thought I would pu...
Lots and lots of anchor charts... and rain!
I am on an anchor chart kick lately... last year I did some, especially toward the end of the year with reading... but now I'm branching out...
Cause and Effect
This week, our comprehension skill is: Cause and Effect. We created this anchor chart to help us with the skill. We also read the biography Helen Keller to identify cause and effect within a text. Students requested that I make a paper-sized copy of the poster for them to bring home, so I did that…
Monday Made It - January - The Classroom Key
It’s the second Monday of the month which means it’s time for Monday Made It! Over winter break I redecorated my master bath! I’ll spare you the before pictures but the walls were all dark brown, it had a plain builder-grade mirror, and a dilapidated Roman shade that didn’t work. Here’s what I did: …
Non-Fiction Text Features Posters
Science Test Taking Skills Foldable
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Three Before Me
Help your students to help themselves (and fewer interruptions while you conduct small group lessons). Remind them when they have forgotten what to do (or didn't hear in the first place) that they can look around, ask a neighbor, or use their brain to remember and get back on track.
10 Must Make Anchor Charts for Reading - Mrs. Richardson's Class
I talked a little last week about how much I loved using anchor charts in the classroom. We would use them time and time again to “anchor our learning”. From introducing topics, to exploring more about topics, recording our learning, and being referenced later—they were always a part of our classroom environment. Today I want to highlightMore