Punctuation Song Posters

These song posters would be a great way to teach punctuation to your class! It will keep the kids entertained and is a good way to help with their memory. They also include some rhyming, which could work two things in one :) -Cassie Smith

Mrs. Lirette's Learning Detectives: Fab 5 for Writing! Anchor Charts and Student Rubric

Kid-friendly rubric/checklist for student writing- perfect for writing station or creative writing assignments! Classroom ideas,Teaching,Teaching ideas,Things for the classroom,

5 Star Writing in Kindergarten

Put this up in the classroom as a large poster. Refer the students to the 5 star writing poster whenever they are writing their own sentences.

Children "read" this poster to practice how to change their voice when seeing punctuation in stories.

Reading activities: Children "read" this poster to practice how to change their voice when seeing punctuation in stories. LOVE this super-simple, but effective idea.

Stretch a Sentence- perfect for adding details! I really like this idea!

Stretch a Sentence

Stretch a Sentence- perfect for adding details! I really like this idea! This is a great way to assist students with goals for saying complex sentences.

Beginning Writers Checklist FREEBIE

Beginning Writers Checklist

A simple chart (classroom and student copies) to help students remember some basic mechanics when they are writing.

Types of Sentences

Lessons with Laughter: Types of Sentences. This anchor chart on sentences would be good for a lesson in primary grades, but I like this set up and it could be applied to multiple topics and contents.

At large group time a favorite activity has been SECRET SENTENCE time!  Working together we read the words and figure out where they belong.  We have been learning that a sentences begins with a capital letter and ends with a punctuation mark.

At large group time a favorite activity has been SECRET SENTENCE time! Working together we read the words and figure out where they belong. We have been learning that a sentence begins with a capital letter and ends with a punctuation mark.

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