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Another good prior knowledge idea using 'i think', 'i know' and 'i wonder'. I will have to use this!

GLAD Water Cycle charts for English Language Development with Dual-Language First Graders

This is a great anchor chart for inquiry. Students write what they see, think, and wonder about the question. They can put sticky notes up so that the anchor chart can be used again.

This is a good inquiry questions anchor chart. This can be left hanging in the room so students can answer these questions while doing inquiry science experiments.

lots of pictures of anchor charts and foldables Learning Focused Classrooms by Old Shoe Woman, via Flickr

Science- I like the chart paper organization. Adapt for design process/ scientific inquiry for older students