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My new 'adding ing' anchor chart! 😊 I've always wished that I could draw well and have better handwriting, so I never dared to make anchor charts or anything else that wasn't digital for my classroom. But this year I've decided to get over my silly insecurities and just do it! Now making anchor charts is one of my favourite things to do and my students are always really excited when I bring a new one in to school. So I hope you all enjoy my little cartoon as much as I enjoyed drawing it! And wa
Teach young children how to ask relevant questions that will lead to richer conversations and deeper comprehension. This set includes fun, kid-friendly strategies for teachers in grades K-2. ($) #Comprehension #AskingQuestions #AskAndAnswer
A roundup of amazing phonics bulletin board ideas! A great resource for teachers as we go back to school this fall!
Teacher of Scholars: Anchor Chart Preview and Math Strategies This would be a great idea for a music/chorus participation rubric!
Synthesizing Reading Anchor Chart inspired by Tandy Gregory's Comprehension Connections. TeacherKarma.com
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Our "Close Reading" Annotation Symbols. In our class, we call it "Reading with a pencil". For this unit of study we focused on "?", "!", and "✭".