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Charting the Past: A Table of Contents

There is nothing inherently wrong with a stick figure, but more well rounded figures (pun intended) are more expressive, easier to manipulate, and more like what children do naturally and thus able to do independently.

Great anchor chart for management and problem solving...  Lots of other great charts and things to think about on the blog too!

Life Imitates Chart

Glitch, Bummer, Disaster Chart - a way to help kids understand how to deal with issues themselves or when they need help from an adult.

Anchor Charts Galore! {Also a few other ideas here that I love, like the little swirlies and borders on some of the charts!}

Caring For Our Books Anchor Chart- Do a mini lesson with your students on how to care for books in your classroom library. Great for a library introduction.- Young Teacher Love by Kristine Nannini

I use the letter combination chart in my classroom. It's a great resource for students to use while they are writing.

Anchor Chart: Letter Combinations and Blends Chart. This chart is a helpful tool for students to learn letter combinations as well as a visual and an example for them to see it.

Let's Talk (conversation) anchor chart.  (The more time I spend with the CCSS, the more I am convinced that it is VERY NECESSARY for our students to have this skill).

Let’s Talk About How to Draw!

Here's a nice anchor chart on partner talk.

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partner reading- "how do partners talk about books" (DIG DEEP!) Great ideas if I decide to do partner reading and Daily 5 this year!

Hi again! We are back with a bonus mid-week post to give some more tips on drawing for your charts that will help every child in your classroom achieve independence in learning. We have also notice...

Let’s Talk Some More About Drawing

We are back with a bonus mid-week post to give some more tips on drawing for your charts that will help every child in your classroom achieve independence in learning. We have also notice.

Reading and Writing Charts Side by Side

Table Tents to keep charts close to students & prevent classroom clutter, Reading and Writing Charts Side by Side, @ chartchums

FREE!  PHONICS CHARTS FOR GUIDED READING AND WRITING - TeachersPayTeachers.com

Alphabet and Phonics Charts

This would work better if my students knew all the vocabulary associated with the chart, though.

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Let’s Talk Some More About Drawing

We are back with a bonus mid-week post to give some more tips on drawing for your charts that will help every child in your classroom achieve independence in learning. We have also notice…

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