All About Adverbs


This resource pack covers the definition of adverbs, the main types of adverbs, how to identify them and how to distinguish between adverbs and adjectives. This pack is ideally for first grade but can also be used as a starter or quick re-cap for any class. The Adverbs Poster makes for a large, colorful and pointed class display and copies of it can be laminated and given to students to refer to during their writing.



Here is a free sample page from this resource.



This resource includes:-
Word Wall Posters 
Adverb Header Cards
Adverb Word Cards
Printable Worksheets
Adverb Cheat Sheets for notebooks. (Two per print)

Adverb concepts covered:
Adverbs of Time -- When?
Adverbs of Place -- Where?
Adverbs of Manner -- How?
Adverbs of Frequency -- How often?
Adverbs of Degree - To what degree?


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Phonics Sounds Posters





Phonics Sounds Posters

I created these posters to supplement my current class phonics units. These are the 42 primary phonemes in English represented by a letter or sequence of letters and organized into the following 7 groups, to make it easier to teach and learn the letter sounds.

SOUND SETS #1 = s, a, t, i, p, n
SOUND SETS #2 = c, k, e, h, r, m, d
SOUND SETS #3 = g, o, u, l, f, b
SOUND SETS #4 = ai, j, oa, ie, ee, or
SOUND SETS #5 = z, w, ng, v, oo (short) , oo (long)
SOUND SETS #6 = y, x, ch, sh, th (voiced), th unvoiced)
SOUND SETS #7 = qu, ou, oi, ue, er, ar

The sets begin with the easiest single letter-sound grapheme/phoneme) correspondences and end with the more difficult letter combinations. I also included a black and white version for coloring activities or for printing on colored sheets for inserting in student work folders.


This resource comes in both color and black and white.







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Pronouns for Beginners



Pronouns for Beginners Posters are brightly colored and beautifully illustrated pronouns for classroom display in your literacy centers or bulletin board areas. The charts support visual learning and are a great way to brighten up any classroom. You can use these for whole class instruction, reference for writing, review of the concept or for test prep. The categories are:

--Subject Pronouns
--Object Pronouns
--Possessive Pronouns (these replace nouns. These are not to be confused with Possessive Adjectives which describe nouns)
--Possessive Adjectives (BONUS CHART)
--Reflexive Pronouns
--Indefinite Pronouns

The picture cards are great for little hands. They are great for target expressive skills and for encouraging focused writing.



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