This poster can be put up in the classroom for the students to refer back to when reading a story and considering different themes they come upon while reading. 2.RL.2 Recount stories, including fables and folktales from diverse cultures, and determine their central message, lesson or moral.
This would be a fun bulletin board for the library in your room. Each phone could have a theme in bold at the top and then list books within the library under its theme. The students can go up to the board and look for a theme that they want to read about that day and pick out a book under that theme.
Teaching Theme: Anchor Chart- I love the idea of using anchor charts! This one in particular seems to be really helpful. Students always have a hard time trying to figure out the theme of what they are reading, especially when you are first introducing how to do that! I think that this activity would make it a little bit easier for them to do on their own.
Theme Anchor Chart by The Pinspired Teacher-Click here to see how The Pinspired Teacher documents the #CommonCore State Standards through anchor charts and how you can get this anchor chart in your classroom! http://thepinspiredteacher.blogspot.com/