Monday, September 21, 2015

Anchor Charts - Parts of Speech

Anchor Charts for Parts of Speech including nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, pronouns and conjunctions #anchorchart #ela #reading #partsofspeech

Anchor charts help "anchor" students' thinking to specific strategies and ideas.  They direct learning and provide students with reminders on how to tackle topics they are developing.  

In the coming weeks, I will be featuring a collection of anchor charts from around the web.

This week's topic:  
Parts of Speech


From Hippity Hop to It

From A Cupcake for the Teacher

Also from A Cupcake for the Teacher

From Forever in 5th Grade

From Crafting Connections


From Lucky Little Learners

From Adventures of First Grade

From Crafting Connections

From Thoughts of a Third Grade Teacher


From Confessions of a Teaching Junkie

From For the Love of First

From Crafting Connections


From Saddle up for Second Grade


From 2nd Grade Smarty-Arties

From For the Love of First Grade

Do you have a favorite anchor chart related to a parts of speech?  Share a link to it below in the comments section!

Looking to make or recreate awesome anchor charts?

Here are some of my favorite resources!

Start with some good markers:

My favorite hearken back to my elementary days: Mr. Sketch!

Best Anchor Chart Resources #anchorcharts #markers #chartpaper

I also like these fat, bullet-tipped Sharpies!

Best Anchor Chart Resources #anchorcharts #markers #chartpaper

Depending on the type of chart you want to make, check out these different styles:

Style 1: Lined White School Smart

Best Anchor Chart Resources #anchorcharts #markers #chartpaper

Style 2: Plain White Post-It

Best Anchor Chart Resources #anchorcharts #markers #chartpaper

Style 3: Graph Paper Post-It

Best Anchor Chart Resources #anchorcharts #markers #chartpaper

Do you have other favorites?  Let me know in the comments section! 

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