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Reading Anchor Charts

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Bonus Letter/Floss Rule Anchor Chart

"Would you like to decorate your classroom with fun, hand-drawn anchor charts/posters? Do you simply not have the time to get them done? Well, you have come to the perfect place! I love making these engaging and appealing anchor charts. I also can draw/create any other topic you would like, just contact me directly and ask! My students absolutely love these posters and references them every day. Many of them are visual learners, so the colorful images really help them connect and remember what they have learned. This particular anchor chart is for readers/writers practicing the \"bonus letter\" or \"floss rule\". My students absolutely loved using the floss rule to help them build words and read these in passages. They loved using the anchor chart as a visual reference and had fun with the pictures/colors. Please let me know if you would like me to adjust it in anyway to meet your classroom's needs. I also wouldn't mind collaborating with you as well if you would like me to add anything else! I have been teaching now for over 7 years in all diverse school districts and with all different ages, so I understand the importance of being as flexible and understanding as possible! **These will be copies unless asked otherwise. Hope you love it :)"

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Character Traits: A Lesson for Upper Elementary Students

Teach upper elementary students about character traits by having them analyze their characters' feelings, actions, thoughts, and dialogue within the story. This blog post contains everything you need for a complete character traits lesson... for free! The reading passages on the anchor chart, the sentence strip activity, and the interactive notebook foldable are all free!

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We Speak For the Trees

I introduced my smart kiddos to digraphs last week. We've learned "ch" and "sh" so far. Every digraph is an "H Brother" and the kids can't get enough of them! With the help of these silly brothers, my kiddos have been able to read and write more and more words! This week we've been learning all about our Earth to gear up for Earth Day next Monday. We've been reading "The Lorax" and made these adorable crafts to go with it. We made an anchor chart about different way we can love our Earth and then chose one to write about. In Language Arts, we've been learning about characters, setting, main idea, problem and solution. When you read a story with your child, take the opportunity to ask them about all of these things and see how smart they are!

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Reading

This next unit in reading we will be working with informational or non-fiction text. We will be working on the skills of how images contribute (help) and clarify (make clearer) the text, authors...

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