Grammar Wall Bulletin Board Set -Editable {Melonheadz Edition}

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How to Implement a Grammar Wall in Your Classroom

How to Implement a Grammar Wall in Your Classroom

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1. Color coded parts of speech help students to understand parts of speech and sentence structure.

10 Reasons Why Every Primary Classroom Should Have a Grammar Wall

Looking for an easy and fun teaching idea for your students to practice their vocabulary words? My students loved it and never realized they were learning! This strategy can work for any grade, from kindergarten to high school!

Fun and simple strategy for practicing vocabulary

Looking for an easy and fun teaching idea for your students to practice their vocabulary words? My students loved it and never realized they were learning! This strategy can work for any grade, from kindergarten to high school!

I could definitely see each of my students having one of these in their desks next year.  Color code it to match our grammar wall and add to it all year long.

I could definitely see each of my students having one of these in their desks next year. Color code it to match our grammar wall and add to it all year long.

Spelling Activities: Free Graffiti Wall Spelling Printable for use with any weekly spelling list. Great for homework or in class revision.

Spelling Activities: Graffiti Wall Spelling Printable

Spelling Activities: Free Graffiti Wall Spelling Printable for use with any weekly spelling list. Great for homework or in class revision.

Free! Figurative language anchor word wall cards. Hyperbole, personification, alliteration, metaphor, simile, idioms, & more. For a quick, spontaneous ELA writing activity, I like to attach a few of these to the white board, give the students post-its, an instruct them to write an example of each and stick it on the board near the corresponding poster. If time permits, after every student has at least one on the board, they go get a random one and evaluate it.

Literacy Centers for 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th Grade (November)

Free! Figurative language anchor word wall cards. Hyperbole, personification, alliteration, metaphor, simile, idioms, & more. For a quick, spontaneous ELA writing activity, I like to attach a few of these to the white board, give the students post-its, an instruct them to write an example of each and stick it on the board near the corresponding poster. If time permits, after every student has at least one on the board, they go get a random one and evaluate it.

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