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  • Heather Housel Trotter

    What good readers look like anchor chart with pictures. The photos make this a GREAT idea. I could use this as a bulletin board!!

  • Alicia Wenz

    Reading anchor chart - Love love the pictures of students! Beginning of school for reading workshop rules!

  • Leslie Greenland

    Chalk Talk: A Kindergarten Blog: What good readers look like anchor charts

  • Deborah Taylor

    reading anchor charts: good readers look like

  • Deanna Doherty

    anchor charts for launching readers workshop - Google Search

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