Bring teaching generalizations into the 4th of July or Veteran’s Day. Here is an anchor chart to teach generalizations using a General as the teaching hook. Create your own generalization anchor chart with bold colors and a cute clipart soldier included in a free printable along with a generalizations worksheet.
Create Your Own Generalization Anchor Chart
What is a generalization? This chart give a good definintion: A generalization is a broad statement based on information, observations or experiences. It is illogical, but unproven. Create an anchor chart with the bottom section covered up for the lesson. Create some examples related to the Fourth of July or to veterans. Discuss the words used that make the statements faulty. Materials to create the chart included in a free download.
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