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Reading Anchor Charts

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Independent Reading

My first love as a student was reading. When my teacher would say to take out a book and read for 10 minutes after recess, I was in hea...

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Anchoring the Standards: Teaching & Documenting the Common Core Standards with Anchor Charts Part 1 | The Pinspired Teacher

I {puffy heart} anchor charts! That is what this blog post is all about….anchor charts and my love for them. When I first started teaching, I went to the teacher stores that sell workbooks, bulletin board paper and sets, and posters. Posters that I remember from when I was a child, like this one: Who ... Read More about Anchoring the Standards: Teaching & Documenting the Common Core Standards with Anchor Charts Part 1

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Theme Anchor Chart - Theme Poster

Use this anchor chart to introduce Theme to your students. Give students an explanation and several examples in one location.

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30 Awesome Anchor Charts to Spice Up Your Classroom

If you don't already use them, you're going to love using these this school year. Anchor charts are awesome tools for teaching just about any subject!

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14 Essential Tips for Teaching Theme in Language Arts

Including mini-lessons on theme and ways to assess students' understanding.

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somebody/wanted/but/so/finally

I like this sticky not method because I can see myself using this in a daily five literacy work station format because I can laminate the anchor chart to reuse with sticky notes as an accountability piece for read to self or read with a buddy.

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Anchor Charts: Powerful Learning Tools -

I’m often asked how I create anchor charts and what materials are my favorite. So let’s talk anchor charts! Below, I’ve organized my thoughts and beliefs on using anchor charts in the classroom. This is my personal philosophy. It’s not the “right way” or the “better way.” It’s just my way. The first thing to … Continue reading Anchor Charts: Powerful Learning Tools

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Mentor Text Magic

$ Money $ 7 Great Titles for Teaching Money 1. Alexander, Who Used to be Rich Last Sunday By: Judith Viorst 2. "Smart" (poem) from Where The Sidewalk Ends By: Shel Silverstein 3. The Go Around Dollar By: Barbara Adams 4. How the Second Grade Got $8205.50 to Visit the Statue of Liberty By: Nathan Zimelman 5. If You Made a Million By: David Schwartz 6. Money Madness By: David Adler 7. The Case of the Shrunken Allowance By: Joanne Rocklin

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