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e anchor chart: notice how "e" is absent

This Magic E chart is a good visual for students learning about how an "e" at the end of a word makes the first vowel sound like itself (long vowel sounds).

I like the idea of an anchor chart using already made posters.  First Grade Glitter and Giggles

First Grade Glitter and Giggles: Owl Punctuation--Great idea to use classroom theme (owls) in conjunction with anchor charts and modeled examples! I see myself changing owls to FIREFLIES!

Schema anchor charts using a File folder-newer idea, borrowed from collegue Use multiple folders for pre-thinking, new learning and a folder to move misconceptions.

Schema Anchor Chart: Schema, our mental filing cabinet, is a key element of my theory! Schema can help readers use semantic cues.

Make the anchor chart and laminate it. With each story read, use post it notes to answer.

Story Map Anchor Chart - Make the chart and laminate it. With each story read, use post it notes to answer.

Could come up with a classroom character to use consistently on posters such as this.

The poster above is on display by our classroom reading nook. The kids helped me brainstorm all the things they think good readers do!

Story wands. The kids love to get a chance to explain each story element. Super cheap and easy to make...compliments of Michael's

Pinner: Story wands: the kids love to get a chance to explain each story element. Good idea for story elements lessons.

asking questions

You Wish Your Bar Mitzvah Was This Fabulous

Asking Questions Chart! I love this brightly colored anchor chart. Great idea to have a board already made. You could put it in the library center with sticky notes and have students do the activity on their own after you have done it as a class.

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