Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Capitalization Anchor Chart

Yes, I know it is late in the year, but my little ones are still struggling to know what and when to capitalize something. I found this example of a capitalization anchor chart at First Grade Fresh and decided to make one on the computer (since I am NOT an artist of even the basic kind--that is my little sister's job).


Here is what I came up with:
Click here to get your copy. Enjoy!



5 comments:

Rebecca said...

Thanks so much for sharing your anchor chart! We are learning about proper nouns this week and this is a great addition! Thanks so much.
Hugs,
Rebecca
teachingfirst-abc.blogspot.com

Becca said...

I'm so glad you could use it. By the way I love your name! :)

Delighted said...

Anchor Charts are so awesome! Thank you for sharing yours!
First Grade Delight
imgoingfirst@gmail.com

Becca said...

Anytime. I have become a little anchor chart crazy this year, but the kids really do use them. I'm sold.

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