This is a FREE mini anchor chart to help you teach your students the most simple guidelines for what makes a sentence.  This is made for young students, so it just covers the basics for a complete sentence.  It is also the perfect compliment to my 6-Pack!

Need some simple activities to help your young students develop reading fluency? Here are a few things I am doing with my class (in addit.

Life in First Grade: My Week in Review  Sentences Anchor Chart

Life in First Grade: Sentences Anchor Chart. Could copy on paper and put in sheet protector to refer back to.

Must Make Kindergarten Anchor Charts... Laminate and add Velcro to make it a reusable sorting center.

Must Make Kindergarten Anchor Charts

This one page cheat sheet is used for students who forget what end mark they…

Punctuation Anchor Chart

This one page cheat sheet is used for students who forget what end mark they… - Tap the pin if you love super heroes too! you will LOVE these super hero fitness shirts

Complete sentences - good visual to have in room. A lot of my high schoolers come to me at elementary reading and writing levels, so this will be helpful!

Speak in complete sentences when appropriate. Complete sentences - good visual to have in room. A lot of my high schoolers come to me at elementary reading and writing levels, so this will be helpful!

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Showing vs. Telling Writing Anchor Chart!

Show, Don't Tell: A FREE Writing Lesson

One of my all-time favorite writing topics focuses on writing showing sentences instead of telling sentences. The anchor chart below highlights the difference between a showing sentence and a telling

Compound and complex sentence anchor chart, ELA, grammar #grammar Hashtags: #Majestic #Grammar

Compound and Complex Sentences; Dependent and Independent Clauses

Sentences Anchor Chart! Great reminder. From Life in First Grade: My Week in Review

Standard Demonstrate understanding of the organization and basic features of print. First grade: Students demonstrate understanding of the organization and basic features of print (Recognize the distinguishing features of a sentence).

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