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Have-Need-Give Anchor Chart

I really like this teacher's idea of having plant week to focus on plants as living things. This website has lesson plan ideas, plant experiments, poems, and books that can be used.

Plants we eat anchor chart or pocket chart! This would be a great visual for our preschool kiddos but I would use realistic visuals for each one.

Plants we eat anchor chart or pocket chart! This would be a great visual for our preschool kiddos but I would use realistic visuals for each one. Read tops and bottoms

kids, crafts, & cameras: Parts of a Plant

This is an another anchor chart about parts of a plant. It would help to learn new vocabularies and how they function. I would use this anchor chart to help my students' understanding. Perfect for living science.

anchor chart :}

This anchor chart would be a great way to integrate science into reading. This chart would be an easy way for students to look at insects and see what they are, can, and have. They could then use these things to write about an insect.

Plants and Animals NEEDS anchor chart | Kindergarten Science and Soci…

GLE Recognize that living things require water, food, and air. This anchor chart can be used to differentiate between plants and animals. This anchor chart will introduce the lesson.

Seasons science unit :)

Students create an anchor chart displaying the similarities and differences between the four seasons. Student could pick a specific object such as a tree to represent what the tree looks like in each season. Also a great way to integrate weather concepts.

Water and landform anchor chart for science and social studies. Love it!

9 Must Make Anchor Charts for Social Studies

Water and land-form anchor chart for science and social studies. This chart helps students who are visual, understand what the land-forms look like.

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