So Much Going On!

It's never too early to teach a grammar rule that is broken ALL OF THE TIME by adults (including my husband- love ya babe).  I noticed as we were learning these words in our sight word books that they were difficult to explain.  So, I made some posters, a sentence sort, and a practice sheet!

And... we are participating in Facebook Hop!  We have a freebie on our Facebook on page JUST FOR YOU! Plusssss.... there are tons of other fabulous blogs participating. Just head over to our Facebook page and click "Hopping into April". Enjoy your freebie!
Check out these amazing ladies who are also participating!  Check out their blogs first and find your freebie on their Facebook page.

HEY! DON'T LEAVE YET! Natalie and I  are having a sale for  
20% off on Saturday and Sunday! YAY!!!!


Traci - Dragonflies in First said...

Thanks for the posters - they are PERFECT!

lorena said...

Thank you for sharing! :)

Lisa Robb said...

Perfect :)
L x

diditeach said...

Thanks so much ! Wonderful posters :)

Courtney said...

CUTE! Where is the lunch bag from?

theroommom said...

This is always so tricky (and I teach 4th!). I tell students to test the word "their" by replacing with him or her. If the new sentence reads correctly, you probably need ownership their. (The students put on their shoes.-- The students put on his shoes.)

Fluttering Through First Grade said...

Amen sista! Alot also kills us-notice it gets underlined when you type it because it's spelled wrong people! Your/you're are doozies too! We're cursed!

Love these posters and 'are' kiddos will too! heehee!
~Christy & Tammy

Unknown said...

I love this freebie! Thank you so much! I have been looking for something like this for a while. Any chance you will be making a similar set for your and you're???

Becky said...

These posters are so cute and useful! Thanks so much!

Compassionate Teacher

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