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Magical Capitals: a language arts game about capitalization.

Magical Capitals: a language arts game about capitalization.

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Word Sort Activities I read the words for our new sort to the class. They had to decide if it had a short o sound or an or sound and then write the word under the correct column. When we were finished sorting we folded the paper so there were eight rectangles. Anchor Charts Here are some other Pinterest ideas that I have made into small anchor charts. I don't know about you, but my classroom is limited on space to display all the charts that I would like to. I made this alphabet because I'm tired of the one in my classroom that takes up so much space. I hope this will be a better fit and give me room to display my sound cards as well. I got this idea from Pinterest a couple weeks ago.

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This free website for Phonemic Awareness has several fun, interactive games that teach verbs, nouns, adjectives, commas and capital letters. It is easy to navigate with great images. by ccasas5 Jul 18

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