Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Text Features

I found this anchor chart from Second Grade Style on Pinterest this week.
I love the real examples of text features that were used to make it. Also, notice the borders.
This could easily be adapted for any grade level based on the text features you want to call attention to.

7 comments:

Mrs. Miner said...

Hello, Mrs. Larremore! Just wanted to let you know that I just awarded you the Blog on Fire Award because, well, I adore your blog!
Come see!
Krissy
Mrs.Miner’s Monkey Business

Pam said...

Love your postings April.... I learn so much from you! Thank you.

Julie said...

Hi April! Thanks so much for featuring my anchor chart! I'm having fun reading your blog!

Mrs. Larremore said...

Mrs. Miner,
Thank you so much!! I greatly appreciate it!!

Michelle said...

So in love with this idea! My kids are just now learning their vocabulary words on these features, and this would make a fantastic visual for them to have posted in the classroom. Thanks for sharing!

Anonymous said...

This helped alot for my school project

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