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    Many cute ideas. This is an anchor chart for Writing workshop using Lucy Calkins' ideas.

    Buggy for Second Grade: Valentine Gift and a Helper!

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    Teaching with Toys in the Writing Workshop (Blog Post from Creating Readers and Writers) #writing #elaboration #details

    Creating Readers and Writers: Teaching with Toys

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    FREEBIE! Writing Workshop {I Can Label a Setting} Workpage. Perfect for Kindergarten and First Grade.

    Writing Workshop {I Can Label a Setting} Workpage

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    Using a small moment to guide your students through writing their own narratives!

    Personal Narrative Writing Unit {Small Moments}

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    Mrs. Brown's Kindergarten Blog: Week in Review--Zoo!

    Mrs. Brown's Kindergarten Blog: Week in Review--Zoo!

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    Mrs. Brown's Kindergarten Blog: Week in Review--Zoo!

    Mrs. Brown's Kindergarten Blog: Week in Review--Zoo!

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    Mrs. Brown's Kindergarten Blog: Week in Review--Zoo!

    Mrs. Brown's Kindergarten Blog: Week in Review--Zoo!

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    like this anchor... {freebie packed} .....Follow for Free 'too-neat-not-to- keep' literacy tools fun teaching stuff :) ......

    Little Minds at Work: All About Writing! {freebie packed}

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    Writing Personal Narratives Using Small Moments!!

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    First Grade Wow: If I Can Think It...

    First Grade Wow: If I Can Think It...

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    When To Launch The Next Daily 5 {with a focus on work on writing}

    When To Launch The Next Daily 5 {with a focus on work on writing}

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    When To Launch The Next Daily 5 {with a focus on work on writing}

    When To Launch The Next Daily 5 {with a focus on work on writing}

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    Brain storming ideas for a k growth mindset chart. @chartchums

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    chartchums | Creative Classroom Charts

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    Creating Readers and Writers: Spring Cleaning Blog Post... Anchor Chart Gallery

    Creating Readers and Writers: Spring Cleaning

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    Reading Buddy anchor charts

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      Francis Aneke [ ANEKARTS ]

      what is anchor charts please

    Joyful Learning In KC: Writing Workshop Anchor Charts

    Joyful Learning In KC: Writing Workshop Anchor Charts

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    Informational Books anchor Chart from Mrs. Jones's Kindergarten

    Mrs. Jones's Kindergarten: Moms Day Tea + Our last writing Unit!

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    Chalk Talk: A Kindergarten Blog: Daily Five: Work on Writing. This post tells how the teacher works on writing in the Daily Five. :)

    Chalk Talk: A Kindergarten Blog: Daily Five: Work on Writing

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    2nd Grade with Mrs. Wade: Anchor Charts Writing and Science ideas

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    Writing Workshop: Five Finger planning

    KC Kindergarten Times

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    Strong writing partners...

    Writing Workshop

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    What good writers do. :) kindergarten

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    Creating Readers and Writers: Spring Cleaning Blog Post... Anchor Chart Gallery

    Creating Readers and Writers: Spring Cleaning

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    An easy way to keep track of student conferences! Just tape index cards to a file folder - boys on one side, girls on the other. You can easily flip through and write anecdotal notes and the date you met with your students. It is a great reference for report cards and parent meetings.

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