Anchor Charts

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100 Ways to Say Said. Not bad to know but the thing is: We should use tags as rarely as possible and still have clarity. Refer to my The Frugal Editor, pullll-eeeze! Writing Words, Writing A Book, Writing Resources, Writing Help, Writing Tips, Writing Skills, Creative Writing, English Writing, Teaching English

Dialogue Tags: 100 Ways to Say “Said”

Dialogue Tags: 100 Ways to Say “Said” -- because who dares utter "said"? It brings down your writing/dialogue SO much!

7 Amazing Anchor Charts | Scholastic.com  The Teacher: Teresa Potosky, first-grade teacher, Dumont, New Jersey, and blogger at A Cupcake for the Teacher The Inspiration: “We create our anchor charts 
as a class,” says Potosky, who worked with her students to produce these charts while studying
a unit that covered nouns and adjectives. “My students give me words or pictures to include. Often, they will give me ideas that never even crossed my mind. Third Grade, Grade 2, 3rd Grade Writing, Nouns First Grade, First Grade Reading, 3rd Grade Spelling, 2nd Grade Grammar, 4th Grade Ela, First Grade Art

6 Amazing Anchor Charts | Scholastic

Anchors Away Monday {10.6.14} Contractions (not just for early elementary!)  Two FREE games! by Crafting Connections! Teaching Grammar, Teaching English, Teaching Writing, Teaching Tools, Teaching Language Arts, Writing Lessons, Essay Writing, English Lessons, Learn English

Contractions (not just for early elementary!) Two FREE games!

Awesome Anchor Charts to Spice Up Your Classroom is part of subjects Anchor Chart - If you don't already use them in your classroom, you're going to love using these next school year Anchor charts are great tools for teaching any subject!

Growth Mindset - Talk It Out. Anchor chart to help students create a positive mindset. After School Care, Teacher, Bullet Journal, Office Supplies, Notebook, Coaching, High School, Communication, Ms

Growth Mindset - Talk It Out. Anchor chart to help students create a positive mindset.

First Grade Wow: Fiction and Non Fiction Library Lessons, Reading Lessons, Reading Skills, Reading Strategies, Reading Genres, Reading Comprehension, Library Ideas, Writing Lessons, Anchor Charts First Grade

fiction, nonfiction anchor chart- helps the kids see the differences; helpful to use when teaching them to write fiction and nonfiction pieces

Reading Partners:  In a homeschool family Mum may be the partner - help your kids talk about what they are reading (A Literate Life - Anchor Charts) Partner Talk, Partner Reading, Daily 5 Reading, Reading Groups, Reading Lessons, Reading Skills, Reading Workshop, Teaching Reading, Reading Centers

perfect for Daily 5 Read to Someone oh dear . me and jared just started our own little 'book club' . guess we can start with these hahaahah

Character BME NB Entry for The Dot (Brandi Victorian’s 1st grade) Reading Workshop, Bullet, Readers Workshop, Bullets

Character BME NB Entry for The Dot (Brandi Victorian’s 1st grade)

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