Monday Made It - Capitalization poster freebie!
Just a quick post today to link up for Monday Made It! When I taught primary I felt like I must have gone over the rules for capitalization a bajillion times. Then when I got to 5th grade and realized all my efforts were in vain for about half those kids, I nearly lost it. So, now that I'm in 3rd/4th I figure I may as well make a last ditch effort to get as many kids on board with correct capitalization as possible so that at least half have it before they get to 5th! ;) It's great to just…
Capitalize Titles with the MINTS Acronym
If you don't have time to use our super simple title capitalization tool there is another simple way to capitalize titles quickly. The "MINTS" acronym will give you some set rules to capitalize titles correctly: M - Months, days, holidays I - The pronoun I
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Grammar Land – Parts of Speech – Part 2
We have been continuing on our Grammar Land studies! We read about Dr. Verb’s Nominative (subjective) Case. I did not bother doing any writing about the Nominative Case, but we did find the s…
Gallery - 4th Grade
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Man and Animal – Block 1
We began this block with a talk about how the human body is formed. In short, we have three major parts: head, trunk, and limbs. The basis for this discussion, and our first week of Man and Animal …