Uma Anand

Uma Anand

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21 anchor charts ELA

Teach Your Child to Read - Teach Your Child to Read - 21 anchor charts ELA More - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future. - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future.

Biographies anchor chart

Biographies anchor chart

Last week, we spent a lot of time on Main Idea. My class needed some practice with sorting and classifying before I could begin to introduce the main idea. So I began by placing several objects in a b

Smarty Pants : Main Idea This is a great, to-the-point anchor chart Can redo for nonfiction. Look at the title and photographs and headings. Use text instead of story. There& not really a main idea in a story.

Practicing persuasive writing helps kids become accustomed to stating their appeals and offering evidence for their arguments. This exercise also helps students understand how other people attempt to persuade them—whether it is a friend, classmate, or through advertising and the media.

Practicing persuasive writing helps kids become accustomed to stating their appeals and offering evidence for their arguments. This exercise also helps students understand how other people attempt to persuade them—whether it is a friend, classmate, or through advertising and the media.

This is a list of "No Excuse Words" to be used by upper elementary students when writing.  My students are always spelling basic sight words wrong in 5th grade!  This can be placed in a writing folder or made into a poster as a resource for the room.

This is a list of "No Excuse Words" to be used by upper elementary students when writing. My students are always spelling basic sight words wrong in grade! This can be placed in a writing folder or made into a poster as a resource for the room.

Today, we will learn how to make our English sound better. We will learn words that can be used in place of simpler words. For example: "very good" can be replaced with "awesome" or "superb" to make your English sound more evolved. 1. Very angry = Furious I was furious at him for copying my answer! 2. Very bad = Atrocious He attempted an atrocious imitation of my English accent 3. Very tired = Exhausted I was exhausted after the marathon. 4. Very tasty = Delicious Your mom cooks delici

Today, we will learn how to make our English sound better. We will learn words that can be used in place of simpler words. For example: "very good" can be replaced with "awesome" or "superb" to make your English sound more evolved. 1. Very angry = Furious I was furious at him for copying my answer! 2. Very bad = Atrocious He attempted an atrocious imitation of my English accent 3. Very tired = Exhausted I was exhausted after the marathon. 4. Very tasty = Delicious Your mom cooks delici

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Chocolate Ripple Cheesecake

Chocolate Ripple Cheesecake