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Confusing Grammar Anchor Posters (freebie)

I'll admit it....sometimes I read Facebook posts of my friends and family and just cringe.  Other teachers feel this way, too.......right?

In others' defense, some words are just dang tricky.  Honestly, I always screw up when to use affect and effect.  I wanted to give my kiddos a visual to help them with some of these tricky words such as:

to, two, too
where, wear
we're, were
it's, its
you're, your
they're, there, their

I know my kiddos can't be the only ones struggling with when to use these words, so I made these Confusing Grammar Posters a freebie!  Just click on the picture to download them.  And I would so appreciate it if you left some feedback!  Us sellers love to hear your feedback on items.

Do you have any tricks up your sleeve for helping students remember which word to use?


  1. Thank you for these! I just downloaded them and left you some feedback. This is just what I needed for my word wall. I don't have any tricks for teaching these confusing words, but I'm sure your posters will help! (I'll add two more words my students confuse all the time: our and are. To me those words aren't even close but my student pronounce them the same way and are constantly getting them confused in writing!)

  2. Thanks for the freebie! I'm already printing them and thinking about where I can squeeze them in! I second Shauna's comment about are and our. I have no idea why they mix them up, but they do!
    Chalk & Apples

  3. Thanks so much for the freebie! You are welcome to add your cute ideas to my linky!
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