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Finally a way to make anchor charts that not only look amazing, they are engaging for the students too!

Interactive Anchor Charts: Making the Most of Your Anchor Charts

Finally a way to make anchor charts that not only look amazing, they are engaging for the students too! Love the idea of interactive anchor charts. These are great for reading strategies like main idea and theme.

Check out this blog post for tons of excellent anchor charts!

Anchor Charts Galore

I LOVE a great anchor chart. Plus, leaving a lot of wall space to place the anchor charts throughout the year makes setting up the classroom super simple.

Make your own beautiful (BUT TOTALLY FUNCTIONAL) Interactive Anchor Charts. Just cut, place, color, and laminate. Use sticky notes or dry erase markers. No more making a new anchor chart every week. Thank you for saving me time!

Interactive Anchor Charts- Reading Edition

Make your own beautiful (BUT TOTALLY FUNCTIONAL) Interactive Anchor Charts. Just cut, place, color, and laminate. Use sticky notes or dry erase markers. No more making a new anchor chart every week. Thank you for saving me time!

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A collection of 40+ anchor charts from Teaching With a Mountain View for Grades 3 and up! Enjoy!

Anchor Charts

A collection of 40 anchor charts from Teaching With a Mountain View for Grades 3 and up! Dozens of literacy and math anchor charts featured.

Shared Reading: An anchor chart that can used to remind students what they are supposed to do when they are asked to share with a partner their answer to a question.

Speaking/Listening Grade: Shared Reading: An anchor chart that can used to remind students what they are supposed to do when they are asked to share with a partner their answer to a question.

Good Readers solve tricky words by...Anchor Chart

"Good readers solve tricky words by." 6 strategies from A Literate Life - Anchor Charts Change it to just "readers solve tricky words by." instead of "good readers" and you've got yourself a deal

Photograph your anchor charts and keep them in a binder for student to refer to later on in the school year.

What do you do with all those anchor charts when you need to rotate new ones in? Take a pic of the old ones and put them in the anchor chart binder. This allows the kids to refer back to the charts when they need a reminder.

Love this anchor chart that encourages the class to build their reading stamina.

Love this anchor chart that encourages the class to build their reading stamina. Could use for writing stamina

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