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Five for Friday!

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…

 Posted in the classroom it would be a good reminder … Text features anchor chart. Posted in the classroom it would be a good reminder to ask prompting print concept questions. Reading Workshop, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Reading Strategies, Reading Resources, Guided Reading, Teaching Ideas, Learning, Cafe Strategies

Lyndsey Kuster — Recharge & Reignite Your Passion For Teaching

I was recently reading an article on phonics and fluency by Dr. Timothy Rasinski, a professor of literacy education at Kent State University, and he made an analogy that really resonated with me. He said,… >

Since we are studying about weather, students need to be aware of who a meteorologist is and what they do. A meteorologist anchor chart would be great to create so the students can see what meteorologists do. Teaching Weather, Preschool Weather, Weather Science, Weather Unit, Weather Activities, Weather And Climate, Science Activities, Science Ideas, Weather Crafts

An Anchor, a Tip... Five for Friday!

Hi! I'm Teri! I am a first grade teacher and blogger at A Cupcake for the Teacher. On my blog I share classroom ideas, tips and tricks, and K-2 teaching resources. I enjoy writing and crafting, so I love to create activities that tie both together.

Grade Parade Write Anchor Charts - This is so cute! I wish I could draw like this for classroom displays.First Grade Parade Write Anchor Charts - This is so cute! I wish I could draw like this for classroom displays. Kindergarten Writing, Teaching Writing, Writing Activities, Writing Resources, Writing Ideas, Anchor Activities, Teaching Ideas, Writing Services, Kindergarten Anchor Charts

The Half Full Chronicles

I can't quite determine where the inspiration for Thoughtful Thursday came from.... Perhaps it's the month of November and I'm feeling more grateful than before. Maybe it's the amount of negative information I browse anytime I hop online. It's possible I just wanted to help others feel good because Kid President says its the way to a happy life! Whatever the reason, I can tell you that Thoughtful Thursday is a huge hit in our classroom and my kids were so excited to participate again. I…

Homophone Games 4 Versions - Since I’ve started my student teaching I’ve had to make a lot of anchor charts. This Homophone one was a lot of fun and my third grade class loved it. Applying Chart and Topographical Charts Teaching Grammar, Student Teaching, Teaching Reading, Teaching English, English Grammar, English Vocabulary, Learn English, English Language, Teaching Ideas

Homophone Games with 4 Levels of Difficulty

This game reviews 38 homophone pairs using the most misused and misspelled homophones in English. The games come with four levels of game variation to differentiate practice for students. There are 4 versions of the game board:Version 1: Make up a sentence for the homophoneVersion 2: Spell the word ...

Joyful Learning In KC: Animal Research Writing.will keep this for our zoo unit!-----great for ESL students 1st Grade Science, Kindergarten Science, Science Classroom, Teaching Science, Kindergarten Classroom, Informative Writing Kindergarten, Easy Science, Preschool Learning, Science Lessons

Animal Research Writing

At writing workshop time, we have been working on animal research books. We have been reading lots of nonfiction books to help us gather information. The chart below helps us remember what to include in our books. Adding To The Anchor Chart {Dogs} Here are some of the things kids are writing about. The template I used for the class click here for the template