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Make your grading policies visible and understandable to kids.

Teacher Trap: classroom

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Hang up anchor charts using a hook and ring system so you can keep several in one place at the same time students can remove and use as needed

The First Grade Parade: The Week I Had No Internet

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Second grade anchor chart for the 5 w's Great to use with post-it's multiple times.

fifth grade anchor charts | Check out this anchor chart from Jennifer Hartley's 5th-Grade class:

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The First Grade Parade: A Sale, A Freebie, & An Anchor Chart

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Questions we should ask when we are reading (questions aimed for lower elementary)

The Inspired Apple: 38 more days…but who’s counting?!

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Lastly, we are busing learning addition and subtraction within 40 right now, somewhat complicated by our new standards and the fact that Math in Focus goes a little more in depth than necessary according to the CCSS. One of our fab second grade teachers had this super cute poem up in her room, and I just had to snag it. I haven’t displayed it in my classroom yet because we’re really not supposed to be teaching algorithms at this point. Regardless, it’s sooooo cute! {The author is unknown.}

The Inspired Apple: Camera Dump & Anchor Charts, Oh My!

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Eberopolis: Teaching Reading and Writing with Technology

Eberopolis: Teaching Reading and Writing with Technology

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