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perfect fit for what I was hoping to do in writing.  Here is a picture of my VOICES b

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Word wall - ocean fun

Personal WORD WALL - AWESOME way for students to write words and keep them at their desks

Mrs. Terhune's First Grade Site!: Anchor Charts

Oreo Phases of the Moon -- thank you for pinning this Julie!! One of my boys has a school project demonstrating the different phases of the moon this week! I was trying to figure out what we were going to do when this popped up. THANKS!

Twitter bulletin board -- Ticket out the door is to "Tweet" or comment about topic.

poetry...I need to do this for this week!

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Word Wall for Rule Breaker Words

Word Wall: This addition to your word wall is a Word Jail to place near your word wall to place hard-to-spell words on. Do your students struggle to read and spell those tricky word wall words that I call rule breakers? If so, then the Word Jail is just what you need to add to your Word Wall.These products compliment the Word Jail: My Companion Pack is a great way to practice the Word Jail words and provide students more independent.

The First Grade Parade: Sight Words!!! (Assessment, Activities, Ideas, & FREEBIES!), great ideas for word work

Personal WORD WALLS are a wonderful tool for developing writers. Encourage conventional spelling while saving your sanity! Available is 8 different themes!