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Easy to understand punctuation Anchor Chart for kindergarten or first grade

Easy to understand punctuation Anchor Chart for kindergarten or first grade

Easy to understand punctuation Anchor Chart for kindergarten or first grade

Easy to understand punctuation Anchor Chart for kindergarten or first grade

Easy to understand punctuation Anchor Chart for kindergarten or first grade

Easy to understand punctuation Anchor Chart for kindergarten or first grade

Easy to understand punctuation Anchor Chart for kindergarten or first grade

Easy to understand punctuation Anchor Chart for kindergarten or first grade

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Who is who. ESL / EFL / ESOL game for practicing descriptions, comparatives and superlatives.

Students pay attention to the picture and then they fill in the gaps in the sentences below with the names of the people. Finally students write more questions about they are watching in order to complete the description of the picture.

This emergent reader little book will help young students practice early reading skills, while learning about the farm animals!! Throughout the book, students learn about farm animals and their babies. The pattern of the text in the book is "Look at the mother (animal). She has (number) little (baby animals). Many farm vocabulary words are included, such as cow, calf, horse, foal, goat, kid, sheep, lambs, duck, ducklings, cat, kittens, pig, piglets, dog, puppies, goose, gosling, hen, and…

This emergent reader little book will help young students practice early reading skills, while learning about the farm animals! Throughout the book, students learn about farm animals and their babies.