Sunday, February 3, 2013

This Week's Anchor Charts


I love hearing my girls (and sometimes a few boys) outside chanting rhymes. One of their favorites goes, "If it's a girl, I'll give her a curl. If it's a boy, I'll give it a toy. If it's twins, I'll wrap em up in toilet paper, send them down the elevator..." Anyway, we're doing r-controlled vowels ir, ur, er this week, so I made this chart to go with that rhyme. I think they will like it. I made a decoding practice page also and uploaded it to my tpt store. It's free. Hope you can use it in your classroom.

 

Verbs that add -s.

I also made an anchor chart for verbs that add s. My little people have a really hard time with this, so maybe this will help.


 
This is an anchor chart for compound words that I forgot to post earlier.
A little noun/verb sort activity I found on tpt. I made the Mcdonald's carton. It took a lot longer than I thought it would, but it was worth it. Most of my kids can sort nouns and verbs now. They really paid attention. What kid doesn't love Mickey D's?


 

2 comments:

R addington said...

My sweet husband helped me color it. He gave the baby stripes. :)

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