Tape a magnet to the back of posters to easily display them on your chalkboard or whiteboard
Teaching With Style!: April's Bright Idea!
Anchor Charts, Thinking within, beyond, and about the text.
showing emotions in writing...good to help with descriptive writing
Mrs. Sims & Ms. Mathis' 4th Grade Math Website
When creating anchor charts it is a good idea to keep the purpose in mind. The point of an anchor chart is to help with instruction. Anchor charts provide a visual reminder of the crucial teaching points. If you never reference an anchor chart in a minilesson, conference, or share session, it is a good indication that you don’t need the chart. Get rid of it!
good idea - catch them doing it right :-)
Characterization-- inside & outside traits and a lesson on how characters change within a text!
Info... expectations and grade cutoffs
Teaching With a Mountain View: Anchor Charts
Third Grade Thinkers: Using Dictionaries in Third Grade