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FREE.  Common Core Writing Transitional Words Anchor Charts. Another great free product from Tracee Orman!

FREE Common Core Writing Transitional Words Anchor Charts for WritingDisplay these transition words anchor charts in your classroom so students can reference them while they write. Using transitional words and phrases aid in the flow of a writing piece.

The evil UN People have unzipped Monica Maxwell's zipper bag and released all the annoying rhinos she had zipped into it. Can the heroic RE People save the day?  What do YOU think?

The evil UN People have unzipped Monica Maxwell& zipper bag and released all the annoying rhinos she had zipped into it. Can the heroic RE People save the day?

punctuation chart

This is a great chart for different grammar students may come upon when writing or editing/revising. (Makes a great anchor chart as well). I picked this chart because it is clear cut, easy to read, and would catch students' eyes if I were to color it up.

comparatives and superlatives

Tons of Language Activities for Specific Language Needs

This is a book report format that I created for use with my third graders. Some concepts included in the report are fiction/nonfiction, realism/fan...

FaceBook Profile Book Report

book report format created for use with third graders. Some concepts included in the report are fiction/nonfiction, realism/fan.

ReadWorks.org - great site for reading & common core standards (has 5th and 6th grade novel units)

Readworks - this site breaks down all the common core elements into grade specific lesson plans, plus worksheets, plus online reading passages and questions. Great resource, covers ELA standards K - grade.

Degrees of Adjective Fans - Positive, Comparative and Superlative plus worksheets #ela $ #adjectives #grammar

Adjectives - Positive, Comparative and Superlative

Nyla's Crafty Teaching: Adjective Activities - Tiered for Positive, Comparative and Superlative Adjectives

Synonyms-exactly what second graders need this time of the year to expand writing vocabulary!

Instructional Chart: This chart can be placed in the classroom writing center to give students synonyms to replace simple words. It can be used both as a tool for their writing or as a dictionary to decipher word meanings during reading.

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