Pronoun anchor chart
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Apr 22, 2017 - Pronoun anchor chart- singular and plural
RB Rebultan saved to Charts
A full moon always calls for a crazy day... My Friday/end of the week sanity was saved by a professional development day. Let's play catch up on some of the "wintery" things we did this week! I ventured out to introduce pronouns this week. I generated a list of pronouns (inside the bubble) that could essentially take the place of my list of nouns. I had my kiddos tell me which pronoun would work best and we recorded it on the chart. After discussing how interchangeable the two were, we…
Lindsay Griffith saved to Reading
Reflexive Pronouns Anchor Chart: Teaching 2nd graders "Reflexive Pronouns"-say what??? Well, this is how I saw it- reflexive/reflection...It seemed to help:)
Lisa Hickman saved to Anchor charts
If you have ever struggled knowing the best way to teach grammar to your students, you are not only one! Whether you infuse your grammar instruction into your reading and writing units or whether you teach from a more traditional curriculum, I think it is safe to say that none of our students have mastered […]
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I and we denote the person or persons speaking, are said to be personal pronouns of the First Person.
Pronouns can be so tricky to teach and learn! I shared a photo of an anchor chart I made on Instagram for helping students to understand the concept of a pronoun. With help from TeacherspayTeachers - it received a little bit of l-o-v-e! I received some requests for a printable poster, and I am pleased to say you can download it from TpT HERE for FREE! I hope your students like it. I have started a little packet of printables that would be useful to accompany this and hope to have it finished…
Connie Todd saved to Literacy
Just the title makes me wish I was on a boat, drawing up the anchor, sailing away into the sunset without 6 and 7 year old crazies....ahh...20 more days well, until school is out *cancel* the boating dream. Speaking of anchors and my complete love-fest with making anchor charts to fancy up learning and my room (courtesy of Cara Carroll and Abby Mullins), I have created 2 new charts the past few weeks to introduce a few grammar concepts to my firsties. ~Pronouns~ ~Prepositions~ ---------Here…
Yashminkhan saved to Quick Saves