Capitals 911 Lessons, Anchor Chart, Center, and More

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These are the lessons we use in our third grade classroom to make working with capitals fun and engaging. Our students love grammar and yours will too once you use our grammar sets!!! This set includes...

Capitals 911 lessons, anchor chart, centers, and more covering the objectives;

1.) writing proper nouns, including names of people, places, and things

2.) writing the pronoun I

3.) writing city/states in addresses

This set Includes:

1.) Three days of detailed written lesson plans that include links to presentation ideas that engage students . Includes detailed explanations of how to use all of the files that come with this set.

2.) Four practice worksheets and a Quiz.

3.) Capital medical charts/ center - Print and laminate the four charts for years of use. Includes a recording sheet to print for each student.

4.) Library Title Search Activity Sheet.

5.) Printable pieces to create an anchor chart for capitals. Picture of anchor chart included.

6.) Notebook page for students to store in language arts notebook. Students fill in notebook page to match anchor chart. The notebook page can be done independently using the anchor chart you created as a class as a guide.

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Teaching Duration
3 days
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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Capitalize appropriate words in titles.
Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing or speaking.
Capitalize holidays, product names, and geographic names.
Capitalize dates and names of people.


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