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punctuation chart

This is a great chart for different grammar students may come upon when writing or editing/revising. (Makes a great anchor chart as well). I picked this chart because it is clear cut, easy to read, and would catch students' eyes if I were to color it up.

MRS. MCFADDEN'S CLASSROOM BLOG: Halloween Writer's Workshop: Common Core Aligned

Halloween printables for and grade. Tons of ideas for math and language arts. Activities for writing, figurative language, and a variety of math skills. Betcha I could turn this into roll a workout.

Fun Simile & Metaphor Activities. Translate in Spanish to show the difference.

Fun Simile & Metaphor Activities

so many people could use this...myself included

I do not support poor grammar.

Punctuation cheat-sheet: yes, this would be great for the classroom, but I also wish that everyone in the English-speaking world would read and reference.

Teacher Resources — MRS. LONDON

As an English teacher, it will be essential to write and present persuasive arguments. This useful graphic organizer will help students build an argument for either a speech or an essay.

You simply post this up on the board and students must create a story using one phrase from each color. This is fun and challenging!

You simply post this up on the board and students must create a story using one phrase from each color. This is fun and challenging! Maybe use when teaching commas after intro sent?

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MINTS Acronym for capitalisation A cute idea to go with this would be to get letter stickers on the wrappers of mints and say a word and have them spell it whether it should be capitalised or not!

Roll a Story and other dice ideas in language arts

Roll-a-Dice Literacy Fun

Roll-A-Story Freebie! Check out this clever literacy dice game from Kristin Jordan at Reading Writing Thinking Sharing. I think the kids would love to do this for shared writing!

a beautiful anchor chart with examples of similies and metaphors, great for teaching poetry

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