Good readers and writers need lots of support to understand and learn new concepts. Many times new information is lost before students have practiced it. Anchor charts provide visual support, understanding, and references to concepts that have been studied. Together teachers and students can use anchor charts to build confidence in student thinking and learning.
The first two mini anchor charts contain 8 guidelines or situations on when to use capital letters, plus an explanation of capitalization. They are the perfect size for small group or individual instruction and can be used at writing centers as a reference for your students.
All the anchor charts are provided on blackline masters and color copies. Copy them on heavy paper and laminate them for sturdiness.
The next charts take those same guidelines and enlarge them on pages that have either one, two, or three guidelines on each chart. These charts can be taped or glued together to make a large poster size chart. A title page is provided for the top of the poster. You can laminate the poster and use it for whole class instruction. It can also be hung up in your classroom and used as a reference.
These anchor charts work wonderfully for teaching students when to use a capital letter.
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