Do your students or children need a better of understanding of grammar? These mini anchor charts should help!
There are large 20 anchor charts or postrers. Each card deals with a common grammar, spelling error or misunderstanding.
Then there are 20 smaller copies of the posters, with tasks for students to use what they've learned.
The correct usage is explained and examples shown.
Once printed and laminated, I’ve used these cards as an individual, small group or whole class activity. The card is the discussion and reference point. A great way for students to understand the ideas is to talk, discuss, find examples in their reading, a fellow student's writing, list knowledge on a retrieval chart etc.
I laminate the smaller cards, and connect them to the related tasks, for center activities.
They are great to remedy mistakes of individual children's writing, send one home as a meaningful, homework task.
Copied, they make great lesson notes to paste on the right-hand side of student's books and get them to write sentences to show what they've learned on the opposite page.
Concepts or Usage covered:
*could've /would've /should've (instead of "could of" etc)
*broke/broken (unlike some of my students, I do know there brang and brung aren't words!)
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