Anchor Charts

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Multiplication Properties poster for  Commutative, Associative , Distributive, Identity, and Zero Properties. Image only. What a GREAT anchor chart!

Multiplication Properties poster for Commutative, Associative , Distributive, Identity, and Zero Properties. Image only. What a GREAT anchor chart!

suffix chart

Gotta love a prefix and suffix!!

I've been completely enjoying my time in 3rd grade. The kids are a scream! I've been making anchor charts for them because I'm a visual learner. I like to see in print what I am learning. So, I just assume these kids can also benefit - hence the love of anchor charts. I'm literally obsessed with pinning them on my Pinterest account. Anyhow, here's my recent anchor chart for our prefix and suffix lessons coming up: As you can see, I sorta ran out of room with all those suffixes, but it's…

Third Grade Thinkers: Tell me a story... Accountable Talk anchor chart

Tell me a story...

Our fabulous new teacher, Mrs. Wheeler, is acclimating herself to the 3rd grade team beautifully! She is part of the 2-teacher team of Jackson & Wheeler. Mrs. Jackson is in charge of all things science and math, while Mrs. Wheeler covers all things literacy and integrated social studies. Here's Mrs.Wheeler with her hubby. For the past few weeks, 3rd grade has been studying the difference in the genres of fairy tales, fables, and trickster tales. (as per the Common Core standards and units we…

Third Grade Thinkers: Tell me a story... Accountable Talk anchor chart

Tell me a story...

Our fabulous new teacher, Mrs. Wheeler, is acclimating herself to the 3rd grade team beautifully! She is part of the 2-teacher team of Jackson & Wheeler. Mrs. Jackson is in charge of all things science and math, while Mrs. Wheeler covers all things literacy and integrated social studies. Here's Mrs.Wheeler with her hubby. For the past few weeks, 3rd grade has been studying the difference in the genres of fairy tales, fables, and trickster tales. (as per the Common Core standards and units we…

prefix anchor chart

Mrs. Gillespie's thoughts

Happy 4th of July! I just love our country and all of the celebrations associated with the love of the good ole' USA- Souza music, sparklers, picnics, family, baseball, parades, and fireworks (as long as they are done when I hit the bed....!). My aren't we blessed! I am redirecting traffic to my new blog: Giggles and Chalk Why? Well, it's a long story...... I am still "Mrs. Gillespie", but my marriage is about to be over and done. Kaput. Never in a million years thought that would happen…

Anchor chart that gives students sentences that provokes feelings about their books. What they liked, didn't like, what they weren't sure about and how they felt after reading.

Reading - Mrs. Whalen's Classroom

Anchor chart that gives students sentences that provokes feelings about their books. What they liked, didn't like, what they weren't sure about and how they felt after reading.

Make your Anchor charts more engaging and teacher friendly by making them interactive! Make them once and reuse over and over again.

Interactive Anchor Charts Print and Digital: Reading 1 Edition

Make your Anchor charts more engaging and teacher friendly by making them interactive! Make them once and reuse over and over again.

Questioning chart - good website for other reader's workshop strategies

Lacy's Letters

A place to share recipes, life experiences and of course teaching ideas!

Find out how this veteran teacher uses anchor charts, books, a FREE download, and other strategies to help deal with tattling in her elementary classroom. You'll see some great wording to use for the chronic tattlers, awesome book ideas, freebies, advice, tips, and more. {preK, Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade approved - also works great for bully prevention, kindness, character education, & more!}

Tackling Tattling in the Classroom

"Jackson cut in line!" "Olivia said a bad word!" "Kiara pushed me!" It seems like every day there is an endless stream of students reporting behaviors or incidents that happen in the classroom. On one hand, we want to help our students feel heard and validated so they know we are a safe person for them to talk to. On t

Math Coach's Corner: Anchor Charts for Addition and Subtraction Strategies

Anchor Charts for Addition and Subtraction Strategies - Math Coach's Corner

Sssssssh! Keisha doesn’t know that I sneaked into her room and took pictures of a bunch of her anchor charts while she was at lunch yesterday. But she owed me, […]