Language Arts Anchor Charts

Language Arts Anchor Charts
Language Arts Anchor Charts
Language Arts Anchor Charts
Language Arts Anchor Charts
Language Arts Anchor Charts
Language Arts Anchor Charts
Language Arts Anchor Charts
Language Arts Anchor Charts
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The following is a set of 69 anchor charts that I have created to hang in my classroom to help provide support for students as they learn about different language arts concepts and skills.

These anchor charts are designed to photocopy onto 11 x 17 sized manila tag. After I have taught a concept, I hang the matching anchor chart from wires that span my classroom to make it easy for students to refer to the charts when they need help.

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The following packet includes anchor charts for the following concepts:
- 2 ’b’ and ‘d’ letter reversal reminder anchor charts to choose from
- consonants
- vowels
- Some letters are small, some letters are tall, and some letters fall
- What Gets a Capital? - people and pets, holidays and special days, ‘I’, names of places
- What Gets a Capital? Days of week and abbrev., months of tear and abbrev., beginning of sentences
- synonym
- antonym
- homonym
- compound word
- contraction
- noun
- proper noun
- plural noun
- pronoun
- possessive noun
- verb
- preposition
- What is a sentence?
- 4 types of sentences
- stretching sentences
- compound sentence
- syllable
- lower case cursive alphabet
- uppercase cursive alphabet
- prefix
- suffix
- adjective definition
- adjective examples
- adverb
- quotation marks
- comma rules – 3 charts
- non-fiction and fiction – What’s the difference?
- fiction (examples of the different genres of fiction texts)
- non-fiction (examples of the different genres of non- fiction texts)
- poetry (examples of the different styles of poetry
- different words to use instead of happy
- different words to use instead of sad
- different words to use instead of mad
- different words to use instead of big
- different words to use instead of small
- different words to use instead of said
- different words to use instead of good
- different words to use instead of bad
- different words to use instead of beautiful
- different words to use instead of look
- different words to use instead of walk
- different words to use instead of hold
- ‘I’ am important ‘I’ need a capital (It drives me crazy when a student uses a lower case ‘I’ when referring to him/herself in his/her writing, so I came up with this reminder.)
- Character Personality traits
- Choosing a book? Independent reading reminder – A + B = C poster
- How to pick ‘just right books
- Independent reading reminder– What are ‘too easy’, ‘just right’ and ‘challenging’ books
- Independent reading reminder – How to choose a book that’s ‘just right’
- Read to self
- Active listening
- THINK before speaking
- What do writers write?
- question words
- summarize
- predict
- infer
- author’s purpose
- main idea
- cause and effect
- prove it!
- story elements
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