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    By melanie

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    I also use pocket charts daily. This week I have students match months of the year with their abbreviations. Last week the students matched two words with their contraction. I also have students match words with the different sounds that the ending "ed" makes. Across the top of the pocket chart I have a letter T, a letter D and the chuck ED. Then I have a pile of words with the past tense (ed) ending. For instance, the word STOPPED goes under the T. The word WAITED goes under the ED. The word RAINED goes under the D. The possibilies for pocket charts are endless and you can save your supplies and have them for many years to come if you laminate them. It only takes a few minutes to make the pocket chart center and you will have it to use again and again.

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