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Grammar Rules: The Basic Rule of Subject and Verb Agreement

This is my latest set of posters for kindergarten to grade one classes. Use these subject and verb agreement posters to help your kids learn the basic rule for subject-verb agreement. This is a great poster idea to post in the classroom as a visual reminder of this basic rule. Also included are mini versions which can be handy for your student grammar or ELA notebooks.

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Grammar Rules: How to Sort Singular and Plural Nouns

Your students will sort and practice the rules for Singular and Plural Nouns with these cute kid-friendly sorting cards and mats. Included in this set are 264 words for sorting, a recording sheet and a drawing sheet as extension activities. This is available at A Teacher's Idea links below:

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You might also be interested in the Singular and Plural Nouns Rules Posters.






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Quantifiers - Some or Any, Much or Many, Few or Little - Posters

These posters are just right for your classroom display as visual reminders for your ELA lessons. The kid-friendly graphics and simple explanations points your young learners to the correct use of the quantifiers some, any, much, many few and little. They are available in color only at the following stores.

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Countable and Uncountable Nouns

I created these colorful posters to help get students to identify the differences between countable and uncountable nouns. These are simple yet detailed enough for young learners to get the gist of this so difficult concept. These posters make great visuals for display in your classroom or you can use them as anchor charts for learning. These are available at both stores. Follow the links below:

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February Favorites

Here are a few of my favorite books to read to my kindergarten class for Valentine's Day. These books are suited for children ages 5 to 8 years old! Happy reading!
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