non fiction poster
Second Grade Style: Teaching Text Features
The First Grade Parade: Pumpkins EVERYWHERE! And Making Connections
Watermelon, watermelon slice, seed anchor chart to describe "small moment" writing
cause and effect anchor chart
Fabulous Fourth Grade: Anchor Charts
It's important to note your understandings about a story before you read it, during your reading and after you read the story. You'll learn something new each time.
Synonyms & Antonyms Anchor Chart plus many more charts…click on each chart for even more ideas!
Language Arts Anchor Charts
Get your folders ready for next year! Perfect addition for every First Grade Classroom! Writing Notebook Resources for the YEAR!
Ms. Smarty Pants : Main Idea This is a great, to-the-point anchor chart Can redo for nonfiction. Look at the title and photographs and headings. Use text instead of story. There's not really a main idea in a story. Anchors, Teaching Reading, Languag Art, Teaching Main Idea, Readers Workshop, Ray Ban Sunglasses, Main Ideas, Main Idea Chart, Main Idea Anchor Charts
Ms. Smarty Pants : Main Idea
Teaching My Friends!: Anchor Charts
Pronouns! - Step into 2nd Grade with Mrs. Lemons
Such a bright anchor chart! I like that is shows both 2D and 3D shapes on the same chart so kiddos can compare them.
My favorite types of writing are personal narratives. The best personal narrative I wrote was my senior year and it was about how my grandparents had a huge impact on my life and how they practicality raised me and turned me into the person I am today. Writing Anchor Charts, Personal Narrative, Narrative Anchor Chart, Watermelon
Hippity Hop To It: Anchor Chart
Questioning Anchor Chart
Lacy's Letters: Reader's Workshop
Anchor Chart: How do readers get ready to read nonfiction? Blog post from Creating Readers and Writers: Spring Cleaning
Math Intervention Problem Solving Strategy: Drawing Dragonfly by Astute Hoot
Prefixes, Suffixes, & Roots - Mrs. Warner's 4th Grade Classroom