Anchors Away Linky Party

Ahoy, matey! I'm linking up with the fabulous  Miss Klohn over at Adventures of a 6th Grade Teacher to share our anchor charts. 



Here's one I made with my first graders.  We have been doing Class News, an idea I got from Cara at The First Grade Parade.  We made this to help us remember those tricky "Wh" words. My favorite part about making anchor charts is letting the students give me suggestions for words and images.  Reading, writing, listening, speaking, all in one little activity.



My 3rd and 4th graders are hard at work on verbs- all sorts of verbs.  In some of their languages, subject-verb agreement does not exist.  It sounds crazy, but it's for real.  So getting them to put a singular noun with a plural verb is sometimes a Herculean task.  Maybe I'm exaggerating, but I feel like I've been stuck on SVA (yes, we're on a nickname basis) since forever. 


In more verb news, we moved on for a few weeks to helping verbs and linking verbs.  Don't worry.  We are going back to SVA this week.  Next week we're starting pronouns.  I can see the future, and I can tell SVA is going to be a constant fixture.  *Mental note...must laminate chart.


I'd love to see what your anchor charts look like! Link up with Adventures of a 6th Grade Teacher to share your work.

-Maria

1 comment:

  1. Thanks so much for linking up! Don't you just love using anchor charts?

    Miss Klohn
    Adventures of a 6th Grade Teacher

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