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

Useful - though of course the "why?" isn't always necessary: E.g. Stanley died.

Simple and easy Complete Sentences Anchor Chart


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


Subject and Predicate. Nice and simple....can't find it on the blog, but the picture is all you need!


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!


another superhero swag but i love the SWAG letters! great for a superhero theme


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!

from Teachers Pay Teachers

Punctuation Anchor Charts

Fun punctuation anchor chart. Good for the classroom wall or to get students to paste in their English books.

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Must-Make Kindergarten Anchor Charts (Kindergarten Chaos)

Must-Make Kindergarten Anchor Charts